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6th Clinical Oncology Update - Onkologia 2014

Not eligible for ESCO credits

10.05.2014

Krakow, Poland

COURSES AND SEMINARS

Medical / clinical oncology

Description


Scientific Co-ordinator: W. Wysocki, PL


The Conference offers plenary lectures delivered by the leading experts in the field, focusing on the state-of-the-art therapies and concluding with
take-home messages. Lectures will cover the current standards of modern oncology, with special attention paid to practical aspects of effective
cancer treatment.

On 10 May the leading European experts, invited jointly by ESO and Medycyna Praktyczna – Onkologia, will deliver lectures on practical clinical issues,
such as management on patients with neuroendocrine tumors, therapy-induced mucositis, malignant bowel obstruction and nutrition, prostate cancer, kindey cancer, etc. Fertility issues in cancer patients will be discussed, too. There will also be session on electrochemotherapy. All lectures will be interactive. An electronic system will allow participants to answer the questions, solve the quizzes and join the speakers in clinical
case discussions.

The Conference will be entirely in English (or in other languages, but simultaneously translated into English).



LEARNING OBJECTIVES
• Update on the most important advances in the field of gastrointestinal malignancies, breast cancer, prostate cancer etc.
• Improve the skills and knowledge on practical clinical issues, such as management of patients with side-effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy, with special focus on targeted therapies, new strategies in advanced GI cancer patients and in breast cancer treatment
• Understand current options for palliation of malignant bowel obstruction and multiple skin malignant tumors.


MAIN TOPICS

• Colorectal cancer
• Breast cancer
• Gastric cancer
• Urinary bladder cancer
• Palliation of malignant obstruction of airways and alimentary tract
• Side-effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy







FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONFERENCE CLICK HERE




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General information

ORGANISING SECRETARIAT
Michał Bando
Medycyna Praktyczna - Conferences
41 Krakowska Str., 31-066 Krakow, Poland
Phone +48 12 29 34 279+48 12 29 34 279
Fax +48 12 29 34 010
Mobile +48 663 430 279+48 663 430 279
e-mail: onkologia2014@mp.pl



VENUE
Hotel Galaxy
Gęsia 22a
Krakow
Poland


FRYDERYK TEODOR OEHME TRAVEL GRANT
Physicians from the following countries may apply for the Fryderyk Teodor Ohme Travel Grant:
Amenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazachstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Rumania, Slovak Republic, Ukraine.

The 2014 Oehme Travel Grant will consist of: free registration to the conference, Two nights accomodation in Kraków (9th - 11th May), invitation to the faculty dinner on 9th May, 100 Euro as a partial reimboursment of travel expenses.

The deadline for applying is 28th February 2014.

About the Grant

Fryderyk Teodor Ohme was a Polish surgeon of German origin, who in 1773 performed the very first documented mastectomy in the territory of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in a beautiful palace in the town of Nieswiez, located in todays Belarus. He personalizes unique combination of history of breast cancer surgery and history of Central and Eastern Europe.

Fryderyk Teodor Oehme Travel Grant program has been started in 2010 and since than it has been awarded to 22 young oncologist from five countries.

TO APPLY FOR THE OEHME TRAVEL GRANT CLICK HERE


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Faculty list


FACULTY
A. Chaladashvili, GE
H. Everaus, EE
S. Kłęk, PL
A.L. Komorowski, PL
F. Peccatori, IT
F. Roviello, IT
I. Samoylenko, RU
M. Schimidinger, AT
W. M. Wysocki, PL


Programme


10 May

  
 08:00  

Liver transplantation in malignancies - a panaceum? 
A.L. Komorowski, PL

 08:30Current treatment options for neuroendocrine GI tumors 
A. Chaladashvili, GE
Session I Neuroendocrine tumors and GI tumors
 09:00How to avoid mistakes – appropriate diagnostic algorithm in neuroendocrine tumors
 09:30Current pharmacology option for neuroendocrine tumors

 10:00Neoadiuvant and adiuvant therapy for advanced gastric cancer
F. Roviello, IT
 10:30Coffee break
Session II Problems in oncology practice
 11:00Mucositis in cancer patients – prevention and treatment in clinical practice
Hele Everaus, EE
 11:30Management of common targeted anticancer drugs-related complications
I. Samoylenko, RU
 12:00Malignant bowel obstruction – is there anything to do?
W. M. Wysocki, PL
 12:30Nutritional support in cancer patients
S. Kłęk, PL
 13:00Lunch
Session III Urologic malignancies
 14:00Treatment selection algorithm for prostate cancer

 14:30How to maximize benefit for metastatic renal cancer patient?
M. Schimidinger, AT
 15:00Coffee break

Session IV Breast cancer
 15:30Extended hormonal adiuvant therapy
 16:00Fertility, pregnancy and breastfeeding after adjuvant treatment of breast cancer 
F. Peccatori, IT
 16:30Electrochemotherapy - new treatment option for selected patients
 17:00Closing remarks
  
  
  
  
  

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