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Ibrutinib in previously treated Waldenström´s macroglobulinemia.

Treon SP1, Tripsas CK, Meid K, Warren D, Varma G, Green R, Argyropoulos KV, Yang G, Cao Y, Xu L, Patterson CJ, Rodig S, Zehnder JL, Aster JC, Harris NL,Kanan S, Ghobrial I, Castillo JJ, Laubach JP, Hunter ZR, Salman Z, Li J, Cheng M, Clow F, Graef T, Palomba ML, Advani RH.
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Treatment recommendations for patients with Waldenström macroglobulinemia (WM) and related disorders: IWWM-7 consensus.

Dimopoulos MA1, Kastritis E1, Owen RG2, Kyle RA3, Landgren O4, Morra E5, Leleu X6, García-Sanz R7, Munshi N8, Anderson KC8, Terpos E1, Ghobrial IM8,Morel P9, Maloney D10, Rummel M11, Leblond V12, Advani RH13, Gertz MA3, Kyriakou C14, Thomas SK15, Barlogie B16, Gregory SA17, Kimby E18, Merlini G19,Treon SP8.
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Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia

 

Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia (WM) is very distinct from other indolent lymphoma subtypes: by definition it is accompanied by a monoclonal IgM gammopathy, it presents always with bone marrow infiltration and often with clinical symptoms such as neuropathy or hyperviscosity. These disease characteristics and the frequently advanced age of the WM patient pose a major challenge to the treating clinician even today. Recently, there has been not only substantial progress in our understanding of the biology of WM, but we have also significantly improved our tools to prognostify and to treat patients with this disease.

 

The European Consortium for Waldenström's Macroglobulinemia  (ECWM) joins forces in Europe in a consortium, which has the vision to combine the expertise of clinicians, pathologists and researchers across Europe to develop novel strategies to diagnose, prognostify and treat patients with WM.

 
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