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University of Aberdeen: Haematology (Leukemia)

8th Feb 2024
8:00 - 9:00pm (GMT)
8th Feb 2024
8:00 - 9:00pm (GMT)
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Explore the complexities of leukemia at the University of Aberdeen's course on Haematology. This intensive session dives into the biology, diagnosis, treatment, and advancements in leukemia research, equipping medical professionals with the knowledge to enhance their understanding and broaden their expertise. Experts in the field will provide comprehensive lectures, nurturing an environment of learning and discovery. Don't miss this opportunity to further your medical career in haematology.
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Learning objectives

1. To understand the underlying pathophysiology of leukemia, including the role of genetic and environmental factors in development and progression of the disease. 2. To develop the skills necessary to diagnose leukemia based on symptoms, patient history and laboratory tests such as complete blood count, bone marrow aspiration and cytogenetic analysis. 3. To comprehend the various subtypes of leukemia, their unique characteristics, and differences in epidemiology, prognosis, and treatment approach. 4. To become familiar with the current standard of care in the treatment of leukemia, including chemotherapy, radiotherapy, targeted therapy, stem cell transplantation and immunotherapy. 5. To be able to discuss the potential complications of leukemia and its treatment, as well as current challenges and future directions in leukemia research and clinical practice.
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