Overcoming BTK Inhibitor Resistance and Combination Strategies

Download these slides from our ASH 2019 live satellite symposium on overcoming resistance to BTK inhibitors to review the most current clinical data on treating patients with CLL.
Jan A. Burger, MD, PhD
Format: Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt)
File Size: 2.63 MB
Released: December 6, 2019

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