|IWWM8 - Eighth International Workshop on WM||August 14-17, 2014||London, UK|
The IWMF will participate in this workshop.
This will be followed by the 5th International IWMF Doctor-Patient Forum on Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia which will be held on Sunday, August 17.
|IWWM7 - Seventh International Workshop on WM||August 23-26, 2012||Newport, RI, USA||This was essentially the culmination of all the previous IWWM Workshops and included a record number of investigators reporting on the genetic basis, pathogenesis, and treatment of WM.|
|11th International Conference on Malignant Lymphoma||June 15-18, 2011||Lugano, Switzerland||The IWMF provided funds to help support this conference, and also participated in it.|
|IWWM6 - Sixth International Workshop on WM||October, 2010||Venice, Italy||At the conclusion of this Workshop for medical professionals, the Second International Patient Forum was held for European WM patients.|
|IWWM5 - Fifth International Workshop on WM||October, 2008||Stockholm, Sweden||During the workshop tribute was paid to the late Dr. Jan Waldenström who discovered the disease. Discussions were held concerning consensus recommendations for treatment regimens made at previous International Workshops. At the conclusion of this Workshop, a seminar featuring doctors who treat WM was held for European WM patients.|
|IWWM4 - Fourth International Workshop on WM||June, 2007||Kos, Greece||This site was significant in that it was the birthplace of Hippocrates, the “father of medicine.”|
|10th International Myeloma Workshop||April 10-14, 2005||Sydney, Australia||A number of papers on WM were presented at this workshop. |
|IWWM3 - Third International Workshop on WM||October, 2004||Paris, France|| This workshop continued the momentum begun by the previous two workshops in expanding our understanding of this rare disease. Fifty-seven investigators representing 13 countries took part in this workshop. Importantly, this meeting included presentations from eleven Young Investigator Award recipients, made possible through the generosity of the IWMF, reflecting continued recruitment of new investigators to both the basic scientific and clinical discovery of Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia.|
|IWWM2 - Second International Workshop on WM||September, 2002||Athens, Greece||This workshop saw a significant increase in the number of researchers in attendance, expanded the international exposure, and focused on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and the search for a cure.|
|IWWM1 - First International Workshop on WM||September 7-8, 2000||Bethesda, MD, USA||This workshop was initiated with the cooperation of the National Cancer Institute, and invited 21 prominent researchers from around the world for a two-day intensive exploration of the treatments for WM.|