ASH 2015 Manic Monday

The #ASH15 wall of people marching to the poster hall just after 5pm

Orlando – it’s Monday at the annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) annual meeting, a day I call “Manic Monday” because there are so many simultaneous sessions, you end up running around frazzled, in/out of sessions, in the hope of catching all the presentations of interest.

It’s particularly challenging if you are in a full session — you won’t be able to get back in if you leave — which results in having to make difficult choices on what to see and where to run to.  Some of the myeloma thought leaders were urging colleagues to tweet sessions they couldn’t be in, so “Manic Monday” may be a good time to contribute to the collective ASH Twittersphere.

We’re starting today’s rolling post with my notes from the lymphoma New Drugs session yesterday, then we’ll be updating the blog as the day goes by, as the opportunity permits.

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