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Patient-friendly summary of ELN Treatment Recommendations for CML now available in Czech and Romanian

ELN2013summary-coverIncluding the two new translations, the  summary of the treatment recommendations for people living with CML is now accessible in 22 languages: English, Arabic, Albanian, Azerbaijani, Bulgarian, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, Georgian, German, Hebrew, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish and Turkish. Please visit the summary at http://www.cmladvocates.net/cmlsummary

We would like to thank Leny Caban  from the Romanian organization „Asociatia Pacientilor cu Neoplazii Mieloproliferative - MIELOPRO” and Jana Pelouchova from the Czech organization „Diagnóza leukemie” for making our patient-friendly summary available to even more readers. Thank you very much, Leny and Jana, for dedicating your time and efforts to co-ordinating and performing the translation and review of the documents.

If your organization would like to arrange translation of the summary into your local language, please contact Jan, Giora, Nicole or Marion for advice at .


 
   
 

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