Dedicated to the treatment, research and caring of patients with CUTANEOUS LYMPHOMAS

The International Society of Cutaneous Lymphomas (ISCL) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1992 at the World Congress of Dermatology in New York. It is a global organization & comprised of physicians, scientists, and allied healthcare professionals involved in cutaneous lymphomas. The ISCL hosts the World Congress for Cutaneous Lymphomas which takes place every 3-4 years, as well as annual scientific meetings usually in conjunction with larger national specialty society meetings. The ISCL established Cutaneous Lymphoma International Consortium (CLIC) in 2013, which is a multinational, interdisciplinary, project-based research alliance of cutaneous lymphoma expert centers worldwide to generate large-scale clinical and translational data for greater impact.

The aims of the Society are to:

  • Increase awareness of lymphoproliferative and related disorders of the skin.
  • Foster collaborations among clinicians, scientists, and regional or national groups by being sponsor of an international registry of cutaneous lymphomas.
  • Promote dissemination of information by organizing scientific meetings.
  • Favor consensus about diagnosis, management, and treatment of cutaneous lymphomas.

Membership is open to professionals involved with research or care of patients with lymphoproliferative or related disorders of the skin.

Publications by the ISCL, cutaneous lymphoma clinical trials and articles of particular importance for ISCL members.

Information about the ISCL, including rosters of Executive Committee members and Officers, Bylaws and active projects.

An exclusive area for ISCL members. Features include ISCL roster, bulletin boards, meeting minutes and renewal dues payment.

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ISCL meetings and other events of interest to physicians, scientists, and allied healthcare professionals involved in cutaneous lymphomas.

An update written by ISCL members on lymphoproliferative and related disorders of the skin, plus answers to questions patients frequently ask.