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Paris 2004 Videos

We are featuring some video clips that were recorded at the IWWM-3 Workshop. To play a video, click the link in the description to the right of the image.

Opening Ceremonies
Conference organizers, Drs. Veronique LeBlond, Pierre Morel, Jean-Paul Fermand, and Steven Treon provide the introduction to the 3rd International Workshop for Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia.
Running Time: 3:51

 

 

Tour de WM (part 1)
Dr. Steven Treon presents a historical perspective on the research and treatment of Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia. Using the Tour de France as a metaphor, he begins with the first description of the disease by Dr. Jan Waldenstrom in 1944, and recognizes the major contributions and milestones along the way.  Paris 2004 is our current stop along the way to the "finish line".
Running Time: 4:51

 

Tour de WM (part 2)
Dr. Steven Treon presents a historical perspective on the research and treatment of Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia. Using the Tour de France as a metaphor, he begins with the first description of the disease by Dr. Jan Waldenstrom in 1944, and recognizes the major contributions and milestones along the way.  Paris 2004 is our current stop along the way to the "finish line".
Running Time: 5:05

 

Anders Waldenstrom - Recollections of My Father (Closing Ceremonies) part-1
Dr. Anders Waldenstrom presents a brief family history and a moving tribute to his father, Dr. Jan Waldenstrom, whose life and times were rich with the traditions of medical research.
Running Time: 5:49

 

 

Anders Waldenstrom - Recollections of My Father (Closing Ceremonies) part-2
Dr. Anders Waldenstrom presents a brief family history and a moving tribute to his father, Dr. Jan Waldenstrom, whose life and times were rich with the traditions of medical research.
Running Time: 4:48

 

 

Anders Waldenstrom - Recollections of My Father (Closing Ceremonies) part-3
Dr. Anders Waldenstrom presents a brief family history and a moving tribute to his father, Dr. Jan Waldenstrom, whose life and times were rich with the traditions of medical research.
Running Time: 4:48