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Clinical Care Options:  Treatment Update on T-Cell Lymphoma

Clinical Care Options: Treatment Update on T-Cell Lymphoma including Recent Clinical Advances and Research Developments in T-Cell Lymphomas with Owen A. O'Connor, MD, PhD; Current and Emerging Treatment Options for Patients with Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma with Steven M. Horwitz, MD; and Current and Emerging Treatment Options in Cutaneous Lymphoma with John A. Zic, MD. 

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Clinical Care Options Case Challenge:  Treatment of Recurrent Folliculotropic Mycosis Fungoides in a 37 Year-Old Black Female Patient

Clinical Care Options: Treatment of Recurrent Folliculotropic Mycosis Fungoides in a 37 Year-Old Black Female Patient with Madeleine Duvic, MD and Payal Patel, DO.  Discuss the characteristics that distinguish folliculotropic mycosis fungoides from other forms of cutaneous lymphoma; review second-line treatment options for patients with folliculotropic mycosis fungoides; and review management options for specific adverse effects of treatment in multiply relapsed advanced mycosis fungoides.

Test your ability to make optimal treatment decisions using patient histories and diagnostic information and see the case unfold according to your choices.  Compare your answers with your peers and our expert faculty's recommendations, and then review the supporting data.   

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Clinical Care Options Case Challenge:  Treatment of a 54 Year-Old Male with Tumor-Stage Mycosis Fungoides

Clinical Care Options: Treatment of a 54 Year-Old Male with Tumor-Stage Mycosis Fungoides with Francine Foss, MD, PhD, FACP. Identify the quality-of-life issues involved in first-line treatment of a highlly functional patient with tumor-stage mycosis fungoides and pre-existing medical conditions; describe the use of immunosuppressive vs. nonimmunosuppressive approaches as second-line treatment for patients with tumor-stage mycosis fungoides; and discuss the use of targeted approaches to treatment in cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.

Test your ability to make optimal treatment decisions using patient histories and diagnostic information and see the case unfold according to your choices.  Compare your answers with your peers and our expert faculty's recommendations, and then review the supporting data.   

Click here to access the Clinical Care Options website to participate in this case challenge program.