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“The UK Myeloma Forum have worked with Derry and her team for over a decade to produce bi-annual education meetings for our members. Collaborative Conferences are experienced and professional. Put simply, they are a safe pair of hands and we enjoy working with them.”
Wendy Notowicz, UKMF Administrative Secretary
“I am extremely impressed with the service provided by Collaborative Conferences. The team are always very efficient and have helped us to organise many successful events over the last few years.”
Dr Fiona Dignan, Clinical Lead for Haematology, Manchester Royal Infirmary and BSBMTCT Secretary
“The service provided by Collaborative Conferences is first class in all aspects of organisation and delivery. Thank you for your help with our conferences.”
Dr Dominic Culligen, Dr Sally Killick & Dr Jonathan Kell, UK MDS Forum
“The London Lymphoma Forum meetings are supported by the excellent work of Collaborative Conferences, who manage the meetings on behalf of the Organising Committee.”
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