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CD30 detection in haematological malignancies: diagnosis and therapeutics
Satellite Symposium held at the Congress of the International Academy of Pathology in Bangkok, Thailand.
This pathologist-oriented satellite symposium, led by Professor Stefano Pileri, serves as a platform for understanding the importance of CD30 detection in diagnosis and treatment, for the exchange of information on the best practice in the detection of CD30 in malignant tissues, and provides an overview of recent data from clinical trials using CD30-targeting therapeutics.
Professor Pileri discusses CD30 detection in haematological malignancies, with a particular focus on diagnosis and therapeutics.
Professor Kwong presents a haematologist’s perspective on the need for CD30 detection.
Professor Tan presented a case study of composite primary mediastinal DLBCL and nodular sclerosing cHL.
Professor Ohshima presented an interesting case of ALK+ALCL.
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