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Key 2018/2019 Developments in Lymphoma and Thrombosis/Anticoagulation — Medical and Surgical Oncology Lecture

February 27, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Best of ASH 2018: Lymphoma and Non-Malignant Hematology

UNC Cancer Network's Medical and Surgical Oncology lecture logo with Free CME, CNE, ACPE, and ASRT continuing education credits mark


Stephan Moll, MD

Stephan Moll, MD

Professor of Medicine
Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
UNC School of Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Anne W. Beaven, MD

Anne W. Beaven, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, Lymphoma Program
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
UNC School of Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Key 2018/2019 Developments in Lymphoma and Thrombosis/Anticoagulation


Lecture Description

Each year, the American Society of Hematology (ASH) hosts a conference highlighting some of the latest hematologic oncology research. Join us as our speakers highlight some of the top presentations on Non-Malignant Hematology and Lymphoma from this year’s ASH conference.

Lecture Objectives:
  • Discuss the risk/benefit of prophylactic dose apixaban or rivaroxaban in ambulatory cancer patients starting chemotherapy, who have never had a DVT or PE.
  • Decide which anticoagulant is best to use in the severely obese patient and the patient who has had bariatric surgery who has an indication for full dose anticoagulation.
  • Describe the use of brentuximab vedotin as front line treatment of patients with CD30+ Peripheral T Cell Lymphoma.
  • Recognize that a short course of RCHOP chemotherapy alone may be effective in treatment of young patients with low risk DLBCL.


To Receive FREE Continuing Education Credit for this Live Lecture:
  • Attend the live lecture, either by going to a designated site or by using Zoom (registration link above). Find out more about hosting a designated site.
  • Be present in the lecture for a minimum of 50 minutes.
  • After attending the live lecture, complete an evaluation and download your certificate.
  • The instructions and password for the evaluation will be provided after the lecture is over.
    • If you attend at a designated site, the site coordinator will provide you with the Live Activity Evaluation Instructions.
    • If you attend via Zoom Webinar, you will receive an email 24 hours after the lecture with a link to the Live Activity Evaluation Instructions.
  • Attendance at the live lecture is required to receive the Live Activity Evaluation Instructions.
  • You have 7 days from the date of this lecture to complete your electronic evaluation and claim a certificate of credit.
Lecture Resources:


UNCCN Site Coordinators:
  • All documents and information for UNCCN Site Coordinators (including connection information, presentation handout, and links to obtain certificates) can be accessed on the UNC Cancer Network Learning Portal.


Self-Paced, Online Courses with FREE Continuing Education Credit:
  • This lecture will be available as a FREE Self-Paced, Online Course in April 2019. Please visit learn.unccn.org to peruse our many Self-Paced, Online Courses.


*Lecture topic subject to change.
Photos courtesy of Brian Strickland.


February 27, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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