Chair: D. Berthold, CH and B. Tombal, BE
On behalf of ESO and of the Scientific Committee, we have the pleasure of inviting you to attend the Educational Cancer Convention Lugano.
The 2011 edition will be devoted to genito-urinary oncology with a programme developed with special attention the multidisciplinary care of patients with prostate, bladder, renal and testicular cancer. The program should be equally interesting for urologists, radiation and medical oncologists as well as clinicians in training in those specialities. The programme includes state of the art lectures, controversies and gives ample time for discussion of abstracts and clinical cases provided by the participants.
We look forward to welcome you to ECCLU 2011 and to your active participation.
Dominik Berthold and Bertrand Tombal
ECCLU is part of the Sharing Progress in Cancer Care programme whose sustaining members are:
Platinum members: Amgen and Eisai
Gold members: Eli Lilly, GlaxoSmithKline Oncology and Merck Serono
Silver member: Genomic Health, Novartis Oncology and Sanofi-Aventis
European School of Oncology
ESO Bellinzona Office
6500 Bellinzona, Switzerland
Tel: +41 91 811 8050
Fax: +41 91 811 8051
Programme and organisation
Chatrina Melcher - ESO Bellinzona (email@example.com)
Abstracts and programme
Dolores Knupfer - ESO Bellinzona (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Laura Richetti (email@example.com)
By 15 February 2011 Abstract submission By 21 February 2011 Early registration By 6 May 2011 Late registration
Palazzo dei Congressi, Lugano, Switzerland
Lugano is reachable by plane via Zurich (45-minute flight or 2,5-hour train) or from Milano Malpensa airport (2-hour drive, shuttle service).
How to reach Lugano:
|Airplane||Lugano-Agno Airport (LUG) is located at 6 km from the town and it is the ideal point of arrival. A shuttle service to/from the centre and hotels is available. Please visit http://www.shuttle-bus.com/ for further information.|
|Train||Fast and easy connections by train are available to Zurich (3 hours) or to Milan Central Station (not airport!).|
|The transfer from the Milano Malpensa airport to Lugano takes approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Please note that booking is required. More information on schedule, duration, cost and booking form for the transfer are available at http://www.malpensaexpress.ch or www.starstation.ch.|
The organisers bear no responsibility for untoward events in relation with the participation in the Convention. Participants are advised to take out their own personal and travel insurance coverage.
CME ACCREDITATION AND CERTIFICATES
All participants will be issued a certificate of attendance at the close of the Convention.
ECCLU has been appraised and approved by the Accreditation Council of Oncology in Europe (ACOE) acknowledging the quality of the scientific programme and its educational value.
ACOE is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide the CME activity for medical specialists. The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS). The “Educational Cancer Convention Lugano – ECCLU: What’s New and What’s True in Genito-urinary Oncology” is designated for a maximum of 14 hours of European external CME credits. Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. EACCME credits are recognised by the American Medical Association towards the Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA). To convert EACCME credit to AMA PRA category 1 credit, the participant should contact the AMA.
The programme is furthermore accredited with 18 ESMO-MORA category 1 points.
ESO is grateful to the City of Lugano for their interest and continuous support in the organisation of ECCLU and to the European Society for Medical Oncology for their co-operation and support of travel grants.
A limited number of travel grants are assigned on a competitive basis from among participants from middle-low income countries who have had an abstract accepted for oral or for poster presentation.
The curriculum vitae should be submitted at the same time as the abstract (deadline: 15 February) indicating the amount requested to cover economy fare. Successful applicants will be granted registration, accommodation for 2 nights and refund of actual travel costs (flight only) on site at the end of the Convention.
The official language of the Convention will be English. No translation will be provided.
The abstract book will be published as a supplement to the Critical Reviews in Oncology/Hematology and will contain abstracts of the invited lectures and those submitted by the participants that have been accepted for oral or poster presentation.
J.J. Battermann, University Medical Centre Utrecht, Dept. of Radiotherapy, Utrecht, NL
J. Bellmunt, Hospital del Mar, Medical Oncology Service, Barcelona, ES
D. Berthold, University Hospital Canton Vaud, Pluridisciplinary Centre for Oncology, Lausanne, CH
A. Bex, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Hos, Department of Urology, Amsterdam, NL
M. Bolla, University Hospital of Grenoble - La Tronche, Department of Radiotherapy, Grenoble FR
C. Bosetti, Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research, Department of Epidemiology, Milan, IT
N. Clarke, Christie Hospital and Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trusts, Department of Urological Oncology, Manchester, UK
A. Costa, European School of Oncology, Scientific Director, Bellinzona CH and Milan, IT
Z. Culig, Innsbruck Medical University, Department of Urology, Innsbruck, AT
M. De Santis, Kaiser Franz Josef Hospital - SMZ Süd, Center for Oncology and Hematology, Vienna, AT
V. Ficarra, University of Padua, Urologic Clinic, Department of Oncologic and Surgical Sciences, Padova, IT
K. Fizazi, Institut Gustave Roussy, Department of Cancer Medicine, Villejuif, FR
V. Griesser, Europa Uomo Switzerland, Châtel-St-Denis, CH
A. Horwich, The Royal Marsden Hospital, Department of Radiotherapy, Sutton, UK
N. James, University of Birmingham, CRUK Institute for Cancer Studies, Birmingham, UK
F.J. Murat, Val d'Ouest Hospital, Department of Urology, Ecully, FR
Ch. Parker, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, Academic Urology Unit, Sutton, UK
B.I. Rini, Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute, Department of Solid Tumor Oncology, Cleveland, US
Ch. Rothermundt, Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen, Department of Oncology, St. Gallen, CH
S. Supiot, Centre René-Gauducheau, Department of Radiotherapy, Nantes-St-Herblain, FR
I. Tannock, Princess Margaret Hospital - University of Toronto, Department of Oncology and Hematology, Toronto, CA
G. Thalmann, University of Berne, Inselspital, Department of Urology, Berne, CH
B. Tombal, Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc, Department of Urology, Brussels, BE
H. Van Poppel, U.Z. Gasthuisberg, Department of Urology, Leuven, BE
A. Widmark, Umea University Hospital, Department of Radiation Sciences - Oncology, Umea, SE
Th. Wiegel, University Hospital Ulm, Department of Radiation Oncology, Ulm, DE
|11:00||Epidemiology in Europe |
C. Bosetti, IT
Localised invasive bladder cancer
|13.00||Lunch and poster session|
Oral abstract presentations
Mechanisms of action in modern RCC treatment
|Kidney cancer |
Chair: G. Thalmann, CH
(The session will be webcast as part of the e-grandround programme www.e-eso.net)
15:45 First and further lines in mRCC
B.I. Rini, US
16:45 Adjuvant and neo-adjuvant treatment
A. Bex, NL
17:15 Non-clear cell histology
J. Bellmunt, ES
17:45 Surgery (including nephron-sparing surgery)
H. Van Poppel, BE
|Keynote lecture: New developments in the systemic treatment of advanced prostate cancer|
I. Tannock, CA
(The lecture will be webcast as part of the e-grandround programme www.e-eso.net)
Prostate cancer: From biology to live expectancy
|Prostate cancer: All the truth about local treatment options T1-T2|
Chair: B. Tombal, BE
A. Widmark, SE
V. Ficarra, IT
J.J. Battermann, NL
12:00 High-intensity focused ultrasound and cryotherapy F.J. Murat, FR
Oral abstract presentations /Case reports
|Lunch and poster session|
|Controversy: Locally advanced prostate cancerModerator: B. Tombal, BE|
14:00 Pro surgery
H. Van Poppel, BE
14:20 Pro radiation
Ch. Parker, UK
14:40 Discussion and conclusion B. Tombal, BE
|Locally advanced prostate cancer: Multimodality treatment and new drugs combined with radiotherapy|
S. Supiot, FR
|Prostate cancer: Locally advanced disease and patient advocacy|
Chair: D. Berthold, CH
16:00 Europa Uomo: The patients’ voice
V. Griesser, CH
16:30 Adjuvant versus salvage radiation
M. Bolla, FR
17.00 Integrating systemic therapy into high-risk disease
K. Fizazi, FR
|Prostate cancer: Managing of pelvic nodes|
Chair: B. Tombal, BE
17:30 Surgical perspective H. Van Poppel, BE
18:00 Radiation perspective Th. Wiegel, DE
|Prostate cancer drug development|
K. Fizazi, FR
|Side-effects of anti-androgen therapy|
B. Tombal, BE
|Bone targeted agents|
N. Clarke, UK
N. Clarke, UK
11:30 Options in stage I testicular cancer
A. Horwich, UK
12:00 Treatment of advanced testicular cancer
K. Fizazi, FR
12:30 Role of surgery in the management of testis cancer
N. Clarke, UK
Pure red cell dysplasia in a patient with metastatic cancer prostate
Intermittent hormonal therapy in the treatment of prostate cancer
Dural metastases from prostatic adenocarcinoma: Case report and review of literature
Multiple successive surgery and chemotherapy helped to dramatically prolong life in patient with bladder cancer
Cytoreductive nephrectomy in advanced or metastasis renal cell carcinoma: In the era of targeted strategies
Supraclavicular lymphadenopathy as the initial clinical symptom of a rare histological type of renal cancer
Atypical initial clinical presentation of a prostate cancer
The deadline to submit abstracts is passed (15 February 2011).
Participants are invited to submit an abstract on basic research, clinical study or a clinical case in genito-urinary oncology, in one of the following categories:
- Bladder cancer
- Kidney cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Testicular cancer
Abstracts on basic research will be considered for poster presentation only.
Abstracts on clinical cases or clinical studies will be considered for oral presentation or poster presentation.
Participants submitting abstracts on a clinical case are encouraged to describe frequent disorders, where a clinical-therapeutic decision making is controversial.
The oral presentation of clinical cases will be scheduled with a 5-minute presentation (maximum of 5 slides) followed by a 5-minute discussion.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the ECCLU 2011 Abstract Book, supplement to the Critical Reviews in Oncology/Hematology.
- The abstract should be limited to 2000 characters, including the title.
- The title should be in lower case letters.
- Each author should be listed with First Name, followed by Family Name.
- The first author should be underlined (first author = corresponding author and presenter).
- List affiliations after the authors’ list.
- The full address with e-mail address, phone and fax numbers of the first author (+ corresponding author and presenter) must be provided. The first author will receive an acknowledgement of receipt and all subsequent communication by e-mail.
- For abstracts accepted for presentation, the first author will be the presenting author and is requested to register and participate in the Convention.
- It is the responsibility of the first author to ascertain whether all authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission is made.
The acknowledgement of receipt of the abstract will immediately follow the submission. The outcome will be notified by the end of February to the first author who will be required to register to the Convention.