GSK at EHA 2023

GSK will be at the European Hematology Association (EHA)​ annual meeting 2023.

Date: 8-11 June

Location: Frankfurt, Germany

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This June, at the European Hematology Association (EHA) annual meeting, we will share 17 data presentations describing new findings and progress in our oncology portfolio and pipeline. The presentations will underscore our commitment to maximising patient survival and improving outcomes by developing transformative medicines for people with blood cancers.

Our research into new therapeutic approaches that target key pathways and maximise anti-tumour activity drives our strong oncology pipeline and clinical trial programme, now with 12 assets in development.

Our therapies utilise tumour cell targeting to expand options for patients in an effort to improve outcomes and quality of life for people with cancer. We are exploring new treatment approaches for our currently marketed medicines, both used alone and in combination, that have the potential to address some of the biggest challenges in oncology.

If you are a healthcare professional, you can learn more about our marketed products by selecting your market and the specific GSKPro website on our worldwide directory.

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