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Partnerships Update-September 2022

September 28, 2022

World ALL Day 2022 

On September 20, 2022, the patient and caregiver community united to mark the first World ALL Day. Focusing on “My ALL, my story,” the inaugural awareness day aimed to highlight three important goals for those living with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL): 

  1. Explain to the patient and caregiver community why knowledge of ALL subtypes is important for treatment planning​ 
  2. Increase knowledge of different ALL subtypes and how they are classified among the community 
  3. Encourage patients to share their subtype and their experience of ALL with others 

The day was a huge success, and we look forward to seeing it grow year on year. If you would be interested in supporting World ALL Day 2023, please contact our Partnerships team. 

Blood Cancer Awareness Month 2022 

September also saw the return of Blood Cancer Awareness Month, supported by the SES patient initiatives, Know ALL and Know AML. Know AML ran an education and awareness campaign called Keep MOVING, keep LEARNING, which aimed to​ empower patients by enabling them to have control of their disease journey​ and help improve the patient experience by providing resources for them to turn to, whatever stage they are at in their AML journey​. 

There was a large effort to help direct patients to sources of information and support in areas such as nutrition, movement and exercise, complementary therapies, management of side effects, wellbeing and psychological support, and financial and employment assistance.​ 

64th American Society of Hematology 2022 Annual Meeting and Exposition 

The 64th American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting and Exposition is arguably the most significant date in the hematology calendar. Our platforms have a fantastic congress coverage facility, and this drives significant traffic to the websites during the period of ASH. HCP engagement with the websites and our social media channels during this critical time is of great value to all industry stakeholders. 

Our experienced team of medical writers will report on the key data presented at ASH, so we urge our industry stakeholders to engage with our hubs throughout the congress. There are a number of exciting abstracts due to be delivered in New Orleans, and we recommend utilization of the unmet need submission benefit to maximize coverage for our hub communities.  

Organizations can help raise awareness of key clinical trials—while gaining global recognition among our 300,000 annual visitors—by supporting our platforms, which provide critical, open access education for HCPs across more than 190 countries. If you are interested in finding out more about our plans for ASH, or how you can support our hubs, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Partnerships Team.

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