The Diamond Blackfan Anemia International Consensus Conference, sponsored by The Daniella Maria Arturi Foundation is the only meeting held that brings together physicians, scientists, and other parties interested in all aspects of Diamond Blackfan Anemia. Over the past 12 years this meeting has produced a consensus clinical care document for patient care, helped coordinate clinical trials, stimulated collaborations promoting translational research and fostered an environment which has led to tremendous advances in understanding the underlying molecular basis for Diamond Blackfan Anemia. As Diamond Blackfan Anemia is the first human disease caused by a failure of ribosome synthesis, an interdisciplinary conference such as this is absolutely essential for bringing together physicians and scientists of diverse disciplines for productive interactions relevant to DBA and broadening applications to other disease states.
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- Read the ICC 2012 Meeting Summary
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- View the ICC 2009 Agenda
- View the ICC 2008 Agenda