The United Kingdom Cutaneous Lymphoma Group was formed in 1999 with the aim of bringing together those interested in diagnosing and treating skin lymphomas in the UK.
The UKCLG is primarily focused on providing clinical education, support and networking for clinicians of all kinds working with this patient group. We also support clinical trials and working with other groups to care for people affected by these rare tumours.
We are a committee of clinicians running the organisation in our own time, and are always open to new members, suggestions and questions from colleagues.
Our major educational event is the Annual Conference, which is hosted in a different city each year and is organised by a team of local clinicians and the UKCLG committee.
About the UKCLG Conference
The UK Cutaneous Lymphoma Group Annual Conference runs in May each year, with the aim of providing a platform for all to meet, network, learn from expert speakers, and keep up to date with developments. This year the conference will take place in Nottingham.
The conference is suitable for dermatologists, oncologists, haematologists, nurse specialists, histopathologists, clinician scientists, psychologists and allied members across the multi-disciplinary teams needed to effectively diagnose, treat and support patients with skin lymphomas.