Tumors, tomorrow National Forum on the value of Car-T

by time news

What is the current picture of Car-T therapies in Italy? What are the future opportunities, also in light of a scenario of extension of the areas of application? How to overcome the criticalities in the operational and organizational management of the therapeutic-assistance path? The importance of sharing knowledge and experiences. How to overcome the inhomogeneities existing on the territory? On which areas of improvement is national coordination necessary? Towards a shared Car-T strategy. These are some of the issues that will be discussed together with the representatives of the institutions, clinicians and patient associations on the occasion of the National Forum scheduled for tomorrow in Rome, at the Ara Pacis, from 11.

During the event, the summary document will be presented which contains the reflections that emerged and the priorities for action towards a shared Car-T strategy. Among the speakers: Massimo Aglietta, coordinator responsible for strategic guidelines, Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta Oncology Network; Massimo Annicchiarico, general manager of health and social and health integration, Lazio Region; Francesca Bonifazi, director of the departmental program of advanced cell therapies at Irccs Aou Bologna – Institute of hematology L. and A. Seragnoli Bologna; Ruggero De Maria, full professor of general pathology, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Rome, and president of the Alliance against cancer; Marco Elefanti, general manager, Agostino Gemelli Irccs University Hospital Foundation; Beatrice Lorenzin, president of the parliamentary intergroup on clinical trials and member of the Budget Commission of the Chamber; Francesco Macchia, coordinator of the Advanced Therapies Observatory; Maurizio Martelli, director of the UOC of Hematology, Policlinico Umberto I Rome; Mauro Moreno, medical director, Niguarda Large Metropolitan Hospital in Milan; Davide Petruzzelli, national coordinator Favo Hematological neoplasms; Mariella Rizzotti, member of the Senate Hygiene and Health Commission; Gianpietro Semenzato, technical-scientific coordinator of the Venetian hematological network and emeritus professor of Hematology at the University of Padua; Pierpaolo Sileri, Undersecretary of Health.

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