Clinical knowledge about B-cell lymphomas (BCL) is expanding and evolving at a rapid pace. The diverse spectrum of B-cell lymphomas, together with the recent introduction of targeted therapies and immune-cell engineering, has resulted in an unprecedented choice of tolerable and effective therapeutic options for BCL. Given the rapidity of discovery, many clinicians who treat patients with BCL have yet to develop the body of knowledge and clinical judgment to best incorporate these agents into their own practice. Thus, it is imperative that clinicians learn how to select, sequence and combine new therapeutic approaches based on a complex set of patient, tumor and treatment-history factors so as to optimize clinical outcomes and patient health.


John Allan, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology
Weill Cornell Medicine
New York, New York
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