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2017 trials symposium booking form


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Booking form and programme for 3rd International Colorectal Cancer Imaging Symposium 2017 held at the Royal Society of Medicine, London

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2017 trials symposium booking form

  1. 1. Name:       Position:       Institution:       The information above will appear on your badge for the course email:       Tel:       Address:       I wish to register for 3rd International Colorectal Symposium ` £80 Please return registration form to or Fax: + 44 (0) 20 8915 6721 You will receive confirmation of your registration within 2 working days together with an invoice and instructions for payment. Without written confirmation your booking is not valid, without payment your place is not guaranteed. Please contact +44 (0) 20 8661 3964 if you have any queries Programme 08:45 Welcome, Prof Gina Brown, Royal Marsden NFT, UK New Trials Update 08:50 TRIGGER Trial 08:50 Overview, Prof Gina Brown, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 09:00 Trial progress, Dr Michelle Frost, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 09:05 Endpoints, Mr Mit Dattani, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 09:10 QoL and health economics, Mr Nick Battersby Royal Marsden NFT, UK, 09:15 Discussion 09:20 SERENADE update, Dr Anita Wale, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 09:35 Discussion 09:40 MRI staging of early rectal cancer (update) - MINSTREL, Mr James Read, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 09:55 Discussion 10:00 How to fund, open and organise trials in your institution - a surgical perspective, Mr Graham Branagan, Salisbury NHS Trust, UK 10:25 Discussion 10:35 Morning coffee Prognositc stratification trials 11:00 Pathological pathways for the development of metastatic disease - time for a reappraisal, Prof Iris Nategaal, RUMCA, Netherlands 11:25 Discussion 11:30 Biological significance of extranodal tumour deposits in colorectal cancer, Miss Amy Lord, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 11:45 Discussion 11:50 Imaging in the prognostic assessment of sigmoid cancers IMPRESS – outcomes analysis and implications for current and future trials, Mr Nigel de Souza, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 12:05 Discussion 12:15 MRI PRESERVE trial, Ms Annabel Shaw 12:30 Discussion 12:35 New Horizons for colorectal cancer in medical oncology, Prof Cathy Eng, MD Anderson, USA 13:00 Discussion 13:10 Lunch 14:00 Advances in colorectal cancer - a Brazilian perspective, Dr Rodrigo Perez, University of Sao Paolo, Brazil 14:25 Discussion Completed Trials Update 14:30 Beyond TME Update, Dr Anisha Patel, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 14:45 Discussion 14:50 The Beyond TME European collaboration, Prof Harm Rutten 15:05 Discussion 15:10 Afternoon tea 15:30 Selecting patients for deferral - how can we do better? Prof Angelita Habr-Gamma, Brazil 15:55 Discussion 16:00 Deferral of surgery trial update, Dr Svetlana Balyasnikova, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 16:20 Discussion 16:25 The Costs of a Deferral of Surgery Approach, Miss Jemma Bhoday, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 16:40 Discussion 16:45 Low rectal outcomes - MERCURY 2, Mr Mit Dattani, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 17:05 Discussion 17:10 Concluding remarks and discussion, Prof Gina Brown, Royal Marsden NFT, UK 33RDRD INTERNATIONALINTERNATIONAL COLORECTAL CANCER SYMPOSIUMCOLORECTAL CANCER SYMPOSIUM Wednesday 3Wednesday 3rdrd May 2017May 2017 Royal Society of MedicineRoyal Society of Medicine 1 Wimpole Street1 Wimpole Street London W1G 0AELondon W1G 0AE