The annual UKLRG meeting is the main UK forum for all disciplines involved in radiotherapy for lymphoma and haematological malignancies. The annual one-day meeting aims to inform the lymphoma radiotherapy community of the latest updates on current UK clinical trials and those under development, as well as review recent advances in radiotherapy techniques and other aspects of clinical practice.
After stopping live meetings for 2 years due to COVID-19 lockdown, we are delighted to resume our live meeting again this year. The 2022 programme is currently being discussed by the UKLRG steering committee, and will be shared as soon as it is confirmed.
This meeting is aimed at UK haematology clinical oncologists and trainees, but is also appropriate for other disciplines with an interest in lymphoma radiotherapy: clinical scientists, dosimetrists, radiographers, haematologists and medical oncologists. The meeting is highly interactive with opportunity to ask questions and debate issues of interest in clinical practice.