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Dutch Aps day

Together with the dutch lupus organisation NVLE there will be a meeting on November 24

Location: congres centre Hoog Brabant, Radboudkwartier 23 (in the middle of shopingmall

Hoog Catharijne) te Utrecht

From Utrecht Centraal Station Utrecht its a 3 minute walk


13.30 uur Welcome with coffe & tea

14.00 uur Opening by ApS researcher Tess Meuleman

14.00 uur Lecture APS eand possible concerns & problems with the heart by Marc Bijl, internist, klinisch- immunoloog en reumatoloog

15.00 uur break

15.30 uur Lecture APS and pregnancy By dr. Kitty Bloemenkamp, gynaecoloog

16.00 uur oportunity for questions answered by Dr. Bijl and Dr Bloemenkamp

and lots of oportunity to meet and speak other patiens

Max 17.00 uur closure of the meeting

There will be no cost, but due to reservation matters we kindly ask to sign up before november 10th

e-mail : - name,adress and how many people

After sign up you will get tickets and confirmation

Hope to see you

9 Replies

sorry for the bad English


Sander your English s very good, much better than my Dutch would be. I hope the meeting is very successful for you.


Hi Sander, I wish you luck with your meeting.....English is fine :)

Keep us updated on how it goes :)


I have signed up. If I have no further health problems untill then, I'll be there. I hope I will meet you there Sander! I sent you an e-mail a while ago, on which you sent me a nice e-mail back. I didn't got a chance to answer you, because my computer crashed. Shortly after that I got a tia again and my lupus started to trouble.

Groetjes Annette


Dit is geweldig nieuws, we zijn blij om te horen over dit gebeuren in Nederland, ik hoop dat het een zeer goed evenement, en ik ben benieuwd naar meer. Uw Engels is geweldig, zoals je kunt zien wat ik kan doen is bedriegen met 'google translate'

This is great news, we are all pleased to hear about this happening in Holland, I hope it is a very good event, and I look forward to hearing more. Your english is great, as you can see all I can do is cheat with 'google translate'

Mary F x


Hahaha, I was in shock when I read how good your Dutch is. I'm always a little ashamed about my english. I never heard of google translate before and maybe it can be a help for me next time I don't know how to say something.

Thanks for the tip,



Hallo, Google Translate is ok voor basiszinnen, maar het kan doen wat slechte vertaling, dus het is niet 100 procent betrouwbaar. Maar soms hebben we discussies in ons publieke forum van over de hele wereld had, dus het kan helpen om mensen omvatten, maar natuurlijk heb ik altijd voor zorgen dat de Engels is er ook, en ik vertaal alle antwoorden terug. Het werkt met sommige talen beter dan anderen!

Hello, google translate is ok for basic sentences but it can do some bad translation, so is not 100 percent reliable. However at times, we have had discussions in our public forum from all over the world, so it can help to include people, however of course I always make sure the english is there also, and I translate any answers back. It works with some languages better than others!

Mary F x




Great news to hear this Sander :) I hope the meeting goes well and is the start of the Dutch APS Association! It would be wonderful to have APS organisations in each country one day. Due to the excellent APS research which takes place in the Netherlands, particularly the Leiden University Medical Centre, you are well placed to make a start. The programme looks interesting with heart and pregnancy presentations being given - and the Q&A at the end are always popular.

PS. Your English is very good!