ASH 2020 in a COVID-19 World, A Virtual Experience

John DeFlice |

“We weren’t sure what this coronavirus would do because we’ve never witnessed a pandemic of a coronavirus before. Now we know it’s kind of a super forest fire. It just keeps burning and burning and burning wherever there is human wood.” — Michael T. Osterholm, Phd, MPH Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, ASH 2020 […]

WOW – What an ASH!

Linda Huguelet |

The American Society of Hematology 62nd Annual Conference (ASH) was like none other in many ways. It was the first virtual meeting which certainly had its positives and negatives. It was much easier to take notes and I loved the ability to “rewind” the presentations to hear something for a second time. On the negative […]

More Treatment Options Than Ever

Tiffany Williams |

It amazes me how we, the country, the world, has accommodated and transitioned to a virtual life with such ease over the last 9 months. That’s not say it has been easy or without resistance, trials, and tribulations. However, we’ve engaged technology in way that has allowed us to move forward with a fair degree […]

So Much To Learn and To Be Hopeful For!

Robin Tuohy |

Today is Tuesday, December 8. I’m just finding some time to gather my thoughts from Monday’s abstracts and meetings, and I’m impressed in reading all of the other #IMFASH20 leaders’ blogs. Each perspective is unique and relevant. It’s the patient’s experience and mindset. I really hope you are reading all the leaders’ blogs to get a broad […]

Sneak Peak

Teresa Miceli |

The 62nd annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) does not officially start until 12.4.2020. However, the multiple myeloma experts are always ahead of the curve, having the International Myeloma Working Group (IMWG) “breakfast” meeting 12.2.2020. This year, the meeting was again led by Dr. Brian Durie and Dr. Vincent Rajkumar. The International […]

Exciting and Hopeful Studies at ASH 2020

Linda Huguelet |

Thanks to my dexamethasone today, I’m writing this in the wee hours of Saturday morning, and the All-Virtual 62nd American Society of Hematology (ASH) Meeting and Exposition kicks off in and few hours. It will include many abstracts (research presentations) about the future of multiple myeloma treatments. But even before ASH begins, the International Myeloma […]

Symposium Day Blog: But there’s more…

Jack Aiello |

The Friday before the official start of ASH is always considered Symposium day. However, even before Friday, there are typically more meetings of different groups. And even though this year’s 62nd American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting is virtual, there’s no exception to pre-Symposium day meetings and I’ve attended three already. The first was a […]