, Volume 5, Issue 4, p 289
Date: 17 Nov 2012

What we talk about when we talk about T-cell lymphomas

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My expectations were high for meeting of the European Association for Haematopathology (EAHP)/Society for Hematopathology last October in Lisbon and I was certainly not disappointed. My experiences with the biannual meeting have always been positive. Interesting key note lectures on aspects of hematopathology from a different angle broadening my views; excellent overviews from experts on the state of the art on specific lymphoma entities, new data from research, and finally many interesting cases in the workshop. And as a bonus, there is a very nice appetizer: the bone marrow day preceding the congress with a similar approach, always excellent. Also this year I was not disappointed.

T-cell lymphoma is obviously an interesting topic, since we know so much less about them compared to B-cell lymphomas. It is a broad topic too! Imagine B-cell lymphoma as a topic, one would immediately think that that is way too broad, yet T-cell lymphomas are even more complex. Nevertheless, the very though