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Satellite Symposium

Join us at our satellite symposium to be

held during the 39th Annual Meeting of

the European Group for Blood and

Marrow Transplantation (EBMT)

Lunch will

be provided

Understanding and managing

veno-occlusive disease

Satellite Symposium

Monday 8 April 2013

12.30−14.00

ICC Capital Hall

ExCel London

London, UK

Gentium GmbH

Tel. +41 41 229 4010

gentium@gentium.ch | www.gentium.it


Understanding and managing veno-occlusive disease

Co-chairs: Professor Selim Corbacioglu

Professor of Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital Regensburg, Germany

Programme

Professor Tony Pagliuca

Divisional and Transplant Director, Professor of Haemopoietic Stem

Cell Transplantation, Department of Haematological Medicine,

King’s College Hospital, London, UK

12.30 Welcome and introduction

Professor Selim Corbacioglu, Professor Tony Pagliuca

12.35 Understanding the pathophysiology of VOD and the

importance of the endothelium

Enric Carreras MD PhD, Senior Consultant, Hospital Clinic Barcelona,

Spain; Director, Spanish Bone Marrow Donor Program

12.55 Protecting the endothelium and restoring the

thrombotic-fibrinolytic balance in VOD to improve

patient outcomes

Dr Paul Richardson, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School,

Clinical Director, Jerome Lipper Multiple Myeloma Program,

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, USA

13.15 Active management of VOD can be cost-effective

and affordable

Professor Tony Pagliuca

13.35 The challenges of managing VOD – case studies

Dr Victor Noriega, Department of Haematological Medicine,

King’s College Hospital, UK

Professor Selim Corbacioglu

13.55 Close

Professor Selim Corbacioglu, Professor Tony Pagliuca

The views expressed in this satellite symposium are

those of the speakers and not necessarily those of the

EBMT or Gentium.

This meeting has been organised and fully funded

by Gentium GmbH

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