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More than 12,000 hematology professionals from around the world met together in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for the 24th European Hematology Association (EHA) Congress. It is the largest EHA Congress ever recorded with a growth of more than a thousand participants from last year.
EHA President Pieter Sonneveld formally opened the congress and welcomed the attendees to Amsterdam.
The 4-day program combined a broad range of topics from the rapidly evolving field of hematology. Updates on the diagnosis and management of patients with hematological disorders, as well as presentations on the cutting edge of basic, translational and clinical research formed part of the comprehensive yet easy-to-navigate congress program.
The extensive congress program included over 400 sessions of invited presentations, abstract presentations and sponsored sessions from EHA’s industry partners. This report summarizes EHA’s annual congress with the topics divided into the sections of the European Hematology Curriculum. Every section provides an introduction, video and links to webcasts and interviews with presenting authors and top experts.
Browse through some fun statistics about the attendees and the program below, have a look at the general photo impression or view the plenary sessions with the award presentations and lectures.
New items will be added regularly so visit this page every now and then to read on innovations, latest findings, new ideas and patient stories as featured in the 24th EHA Congress.