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Participants achieve a better understanding of critical steps/factors that regulate hematopoiesis, their impact in leukemogenesis, and potential relevance in clinical settings.
Although there are other workshops and meetings dedicated to understanding the regulation of hematopoiesis or clinical advances in leukemia, this workshop uniquely brings together both clinicians and scientists in a relaxed forum.
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Basic researchers and clinician investigators from both sides of the Atlantic, Australia and Japan come together biennially to discuss their latest findings in a close and informal setting.
The workshop brings together scientists with expertise in normal and abnormal hematopoiesis and clinicians who treat leukemia/MDS/MPD patients and also have active research programs in these diseases.