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Stanford’s Multidisciplinary Cutaneous and T-Cell Lymphoma Program (MCTLP)

As a model of interdisciplinary scientific collaboration and community partnership, Stanford’s Multidisciplinary Cutaneous and T-Cell Lymphoma Program (MCTLP) is improving the lives of patients with rare cancers. In one diagnostic and treatment area after another, Stanford has led the world with its vision of precision medicine for patients who suffer the devastating impacts of cutaneous lymphoma, a unique subset of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Join us for a window into the unparalleled growth and development of a global scientific community, featuring patient stories and a track record of breakthroughs leading to a novel effort to develop a first-in-class personalized immunotherapy vaccine.

Join us for a look into the unparalleled growth and development of a global scientific community laser focused on tackling this orphan disease. Hear from patients, clinicians, and researchers about how novel discoveries and breakthroughs are leading to the development of personalized immunotherapy vaccines that for the first time may offer lasting relief.

FEATURED PRESENTERS

Dealing with a Rare Cancer Diagnosis: Two Patient Perspectives
Learn about the remarkable story of Eric Shaw’s recovery with the help of his brother Stanford Football Coach David Shaw, and the ongoing journey of Jen Varela’s diagnosis, treatment, and commitment to medical research.
 
Uncovering Genetic Variants of Disease 
Paul Khavari, MD, PhD
Carl J. Herzog Professor and Chair of the Department of Dermatology
Chief of the Dermatology Service, Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System
Co-Director of the Stanford Program in Epithelial Biology
 
The Role of Philanthropy in Creating a Multidisciplinary Center of Excellence 
Rich Hoppe, MD
Henry S. Kaplan-Harry Lebeson Professor of Cancer Biology 
Co-Founder of Stanford’s Multidisciplinary Cutaneous and T-Cell Lymphoma Program
 
Catalyzing a Collaborative Research & Discovery Platform to Transform Patient Care 
Youn Kim, MD
Joanne and Peter Haas, Jr., Professor for Cutaneous Lymphoma Research
Director and Co-Founder of Stanford’s Multidisciplinary Cutaneous and T-Cell Lymphoma Program
 
Investigating Novel Cancer Immunotherapy 
Michael Khodadoust, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine (Oncology) and of Dermatology

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Thank you for watching, please complete our post-event survey to share your feedback and sign-up for an intimate Zoom salon conversation to dive deeper into the current research. For more information or a personal conversation about how philanthropy can make a difference, please contact Katharyn Israel at 541.961.7826 or katharynisrael@stanford.edu.