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Conference Report

Highlights from the 58th meeting of the American Society of Haematology, 1–6 December 2016, San Diego, USA

The recent 58th Annual American Society of Haematology (ASH) meeting held in San Diego shed light on the usual mixture of groundbreaking basic and translational science and the recent practice-changing clinical trials. Recurrent themes this year were the use of recent next-generation sequencing (NGS) techniques to perfect prognostic stratification and disease monitoring. Newer prospects on the role of metabolism in normal and malignant haemopoiesis and mature data on long-awaited trials on immunotherapy and CAR-T cells in lymphoid neoplasms were also discussed.

Keywords: leukaemia, lymphoma, minimal residual disease, sequencing, clinical trial, CAR T cell

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Haematology oncology

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