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Cologne, October 2018
Dear colleagues and friends,
The 11th International Symposium on Hodgkin Lymphoma, ISHL11, will take place in Cologne, Germany, between October 27 and 29, 2018.

ISHL11 – the Key Aspects

Survivorship and patient advocacy are key aspects of contemporary Hodgkin Lymphoma treatment and research. At ISHL11, workshops and scientific sessions as well as the meetings’ keynote lecture will address these topics.
The survivorship workshop will highlight the role of genetics in the development of different late effects including breast cancer and anthracycline-induced cardiac toxicity. In the scientific session addressing survivorship issues, data on the childbearing potential of individuals who underwent Hodgkin Lymphoma treatment and the employment situation of Hodgkin Lymphoma survivors will be presented.
In addition, the potential role of cognitive behavioral therapy as intervention in survivors with persistent fatigue will be discussed. Lastly, patient advocacy and patient involvement in research will be subject of the ISHL11 keynote lecture.

ISHL11 Web App

The ISHL11 web app offers a mobile overview of this congress. You will have an instant access to all sessions, presentations, posters, abstracts, speakers, exhibitors and maps. It will be available from October 22, 2018.

Only Ten Days from Now

For further details, please visit our homepage. We are looking forward to seeing you at ISHL11.
Andreas Engert, MD, Symposium and GHSG Chairman
Sven Borchmann, MD, Symposium Secretary
Paul Bröckelmann, MD, Symposium Secretary
Dennis Eichenauer, MD, Symposium Secretary

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11ᵗʰ International Symposium on Hodgkin Lymphoma
Prof. Dr. med. Andreas Engert
Professor for Internal Medicine, Hematology & Oncology
German Hodgkin Study Group (GHSG) | Gleueler Str. 269-273 | 50937 Cologne

Tel. +49 (0)221-478 5933
Fax +49 (0)221-478 3778

E-Mail: info@hodgkinsymposium.org

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