In the beginning of September, Dr Treon was invited to participate as a Guest Lecturer on Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia for participating Polish physicians and medical specialists. It was a overwhelming turnout and WM left a large impression in Eastern Europe. The lecture was recorded by the Polish Physician’s Committee and can now be seen on the link below and will be added to our main website for future review.
The presentation is about 36 + minutes long (in English) and begins with an introductory of WM, then Treatment Discussions on NCCN Guidelines, Treatment Evolution in WM (Chlorambucil, Cyclophosphamide, Nucleoside Analogues, IMIDS, Rituximab, CHOP-R, CVP-R, CPR, CDR, BDR, VR, Benda-R, and Everolimus (RAD-001)), and New Directions in WM including Ibrutinib and Carfilzomib. It’s a very good lecture with the most current activity being produced at the Bing Center for WM.