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FRONTIERS promotional meetings are fully funded and organised by AbbVie for UK healthcare professionals.

On demand: Access content from previous meetings

15th December 2022

Frontiers webinar was a one hour CPD accredited live webinar focusing on AML management with venetoclax. Please access the recorded footage below.

Dr Chun Yew Fong 

AML management with venetoclax: current practice & patient experience

9th – 10th September 2022

FRONTIERS was a two-day, CPD accredited, in-person meeting in London. The meeting brought together a UK and international faculty of AML and CLL thought leaders to review emerging data, explore practical management and learn about new approaches to service design.

We invite you to view key presentations from the FRONTIERS meeting. 

Dr Caroline Alvarez

Practical management of AML patients with venetoclax

Dr Paul Cahalin

Setting up an ambulatory chemotherapy service – the Lancashire experience

Thomas LeBlanc 

AML management: reflections on current practice, patient experience and treatment decision-making              

18th March 2022

Frontiers: Treating AML in 2022 was a one-day, CPD-accredited meeting for UK HCPs involved in the management of patients with AML. Live presentations and an expert faculty of speakers explored the role of VENCLYXO in AML. We invite you to view key presentations from FRONTIERS 2022.

Professor Andrew Wei

The AML treatment landscape

Discussion on the AML treatment landscape and the arrival of Ven + AZA.

Dr Dominic Culligan, Dr Priyanka Mehta and Dr Richard Dillon

Navigating the therapeutic pathway in patients with newly diagnosed AML

Insights on patient diagnosis and identifying the appropriate treatment for each patient.

Dr Vidhya Murthy, Sumi Gabriel and Katie Higgins

Optimising the treatment journey with Ven + AZA in patients with newly diagnosed AML

A multi-disciplinary panel discuss the key role of the MDT in achieving the best possible outcomes for patients with AML.

Dr Caroline Alvares, Dr Paul Cahalin and Dr Harpreet Kaur

The way forward: models of care

Presenters share models of care and best practice

Venclyxto in combination with a hypomethylating agent is indicated for the treatment of adult patients with newly diagnosed acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) who are ineligible for intensive chemotherapy1


  1. VENCLYXTO Summary of Product Characteristics.


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UK-VNCAML-220254. Date of preparation: February 2023.