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Jose F. Leis, MD, PhD, and Sagar Lonial, MD, on CLL: Ibrutinib Insights

2016 ASH Annual Meeting & Exposition

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Jose F. Leis, MD, PhD, of the Mayo Clinic, and Sagar Lonial, MD, of Emory University, discuss a session on CLL treatment (excluding transplantation): ibrutinib resistance, transformation, and cellular therapy.



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