Tadeusz Robak, MD
Conference and Program Chair
Department of Hematology
Medical University of Lodz
Dear Friends and Colleagues:
We will always remember the very successful XVIII iwCLL meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, the most informative CLL conference of 2019. The XIX iwCLL meeting will take place in Kraków, Poland – for the first time in Central Europe, a region in the heart of the continent. Kraków, the former capital of Poland, is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in the region. It is one of the most prominent academic and research centers in Poland; Kraków is rich in cultural attractions, fine arts and music, and it is also famous for its friendly atmosphere.
The iwCLL biennial international conference is committed to advancing the field of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) and related lymphoproliferative disorders through thought-provoking discussions led by international experts. The XIX iwCLL meeting will focus on the progress in biology, genetic characteristics, diagnostic approaches, and development of new therapies for CLL. Attendees will learn about cutting-edge research in CLL and practical management of patients with CLL will be debated, all while attendees are networking to advance the field of CLL.
As in past years, the XIX iwCLL will be evidence based, well balanced, and provide useful insights utilizing an effective format that is relevant to the changing landscape of CLL. If you are looking to connect, network, and hear the expert hematologists and leaders in the field of CLL share the latest developments, please join us in Kraków.
On behalf of the 2021 iwCLL organizing committee, we look forward to welcoming you to Kraków!
Please check the website often for more information about how to participate and help advance the field of CLL as an attendee, presenter, sponsor, or exhibitor.
Professor Tadeusz Robak on behalf of the 2021 iwCLL organizing committee