Webinar Wed 25th Nov, 13:00, Getting new drugs into the clinic: different perspectives

Hi, here is the latest webinar from the CLL Association. I will be attending as I find this topic particularly intersting.

Join us for our next webinar!

Wednesday 25 November at 1.00 pm

“Getting new drugs into the clinic: different perspectives”

This will be a full programme examining the problems of access to new treatment opportunities and we will have a distinguished panel of four speakers:

Prof. Adrian Bloor, MA PhD FRCP FRCPath
Consultant Haematologist.
MAHSC Honorary Clinical Chair, University of
Director of Stem Cell Transplantation.
Clinical Director of Haematology, Teenage and
Young Adult Cancer and Endocrinology

Clinician perspective:
Our keynote speaker will be Prof. Bloor, who be giving a clinician’s overview of the problems and successes of getting new treatments into the clinic.

We will also hear from:
Patient perspective: Robin Edwards
Pharma Company perspective: Dominic Pivonka, (Head of Health Technology Assessments and Pricing, AbbVie Ltd)
NHS and NICE perspective: Rob Coster, (National Programme of Care Manager - Blood and Infection, Specialised commissioning, NHS England)

We will start promptly at 13:00, and you can join from 12:45. The Webinar will close by 14:30, allowing time for questions with the panellists
Please register by emailing: webinar@cllsupport.org.uk

Questions in advance of the day can be submitted when you register.

The access code and password will be emailed to you after you register, usually within 24-48 hours. If you do not see the link please check your junk/spam mail box, if the link is not there please emailcoordinator@cllsupport.org.uk

This will be a full and interesting programme, and demand for places for previous webinars has been very high, so to help us to plan, please register your interest as soon as possible.

We will also be streaming the webinar live on Facebook

We look forward to welcoming you!

CLL Support Trustees

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@DavidAmbassador thank you for sharing this David!
Hope all is well with you?


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Thanks @David, this looks like a really great webinar. Thanks so much and we await your thoughts on the seminar.

Thanks @DavidAmbassador. Look forward to hearing all about it :blush:

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