4th Cutaneous Lymphoma Patient Educational Forum Saturday April 14, 2012 Cummings Auditorium Women's College Hospital Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation Phototherapy Education and Research Centre (PERC) Women's College Hospital WHO-EORTC Classification of Cutaneous T-cell Lymphomas: Cutaneous T-cell Lymphomas: Mycosis fungoides Folliculoptropic MF Pagetoid reticulosis Granulomatous slack skin Anaplastic large cell lymphoma Lymphomatoid papulosis Subcutaneous panniculitis-like T-cell lymphoma CD4+ pleomorphic lymphoma Sezary Syndrome NK/T-cell lymphoma CD8+ T-cell lymphoma Gamma/delta T-cell lymphoma Peripheral T-cell lymphoma NOS Willemze et al. 2005. Blood. 105: 3768-85. Southern Ontario Lymphoma Network: Multi-disciplinary effort to integrate health care specialists focussing in cutaneous Tcell lymphomas to provide the highest level of care. Nurses, physicians, wound care specialists. Dermatology, hematology, radiation oncology, pediatrics. Southern Ontario Lymphoma Network: Dermatology: Dr. Raed Alhusayen Dr. Perla Lansang Dr. Neil Shear Dr. Scott Walsh Dr. Elena Pope Gabi Judi Corrie Cathy Sandra Elmira Angie Michelle Southern Ontario Lymphoma Network: Hematology: Dr. Kevin Imrie Dr. Matthew Cheung Dr. Eugenia Piliotis Dr. David Barth Dr. Sheila Weitzman Melba June Giancarlo Southern Ontario Lymphoma Network: Radiation Oncology: Dr. Jonathan Sussman Dr. Raymond Wong Dr. Bob MacKenzie Debra Challenges: Interferon Psoralens (Valeant Pharma) Ultraviolet light accessibility Bexarotene Newer agents (vorinostat) Dermatology: Cutaneous Aspects of CTLC – Dr. Raed Alhusayen Staff Dermatologist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. Dermatology residency training at University of Ottawa. Fellowship training at University of Ottawa and University of Toronto. Masters and research in clinical epidemiology. Specializes in cutaneous lymphomas, autoimmune skin diseases and general medical dermatology. Hematology: Why do you seen the Oncologist? – Dr. Kevin Imrie Physician-in-Chief Department of Medicine at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto and Clinical Hematologist at the Odette Centre. Vice-Chair of Education in the Department of Medicine and Vice-President of Education for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Department of Medicine Teacher of the Year. Driving force behind guidelines for CTCL and our Southern Ontario Lymphoma Network. Radiation Oncology: The Role of Radiation in CTCL: Then & Now – Dr. Jonathan Sussman Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology at the Juravinski Cancer Centre in Hamilton. Training as a family physician at U of T with susequent residency and fellowship in radiation oncology at McMaster University. Specialization in hematological and breast malignancies. Director of Supportive Cancer Care Research Unit and Program Lead for Ministry of Health transitions in care program. Patient Panel Facilitated by Susan Thornton, Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation.