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ASCO GU 2018: Renal Cell Carcinoma News Program

This year the ASCO Genitourinary Cancers Symposium took place in San Francisco from February 8th - 10th. In this Renal Cell Carcinoma News Program, we focus on the highlights for RCC at this congress. Moderator Catherine Hood and a panel of international experts discuss the following topics: Adjuvant systemic therapy Cabozantinib in the first line treatment of metastatic RCC The NIVOREN trial that investigates nivolumab in a ‘real world setting’ Combination treatments with VEGF and PD1/PD-L1 inhibition Advances in treatment for papillary RCC Speakers: Prof. Joaquim Bellmunt, MD, medical oncologist, Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, Boston Daniel George, MD, medical oncologist, Duke Cancer Center, Durham Jeanny Aragon-Ching, MD, medical oncologist, Inova Fairfax hospital, Fairfax Sumanta Pal, MD, medical oncologist, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, Duarte Moderator: Catherine Hood

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  • 22 Mar 2018
 

E-learning: Quarterly Focus on Breast Cancer

Publications in peer-reviewed journals are a major source for keeping up with the latest developments in your field. However, you may not have always sufficient time to study (difficult) publications thoroughly and to determine the impact on your clinical practice. To support you, MEDtalks.eu/OncologyTV has developed a new program format, the 'Quarterly Focus', which brings together an expert panel and the authors of relevant, selected publications in an innovative way to explain and discuss the new data. Two pivotal, international publications from the past few months will be clarified by one of the authors and will be thoroughly discussed by an expert panel including the author. The program will give you the unique possibility to gain more insight into the selected publications and to interact with the expert panel and the authors. The expert panel consists of: Gabe Sonke, MD, Ph.D, medical oncologist, NKI-AVL Amsterdam, Netherlands Ester Siemerink, MD, Ph.D, medical oncologist, Ziekenhuis Groep Twente, Hengelo/Almelo, Netherlands Rianne Oosterkamp, MD, medical oncologist, Haaglanden Medisch Centrum, Den Haag, Netherlands Invited speakers: Prof. George Sledge, MD, medical oncologist Stanford University School of Medicine, California, US MONARCH 2: Abemaciclib in Combination With Fulvestrant in Women With HR+/HER2- Advanced Breast Cancer Who Had Progressed While Receiving Endocrine Therapy J Clin Oncol, 2017 Prof. Laura van 't Veer, molecular biologist UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, San Francisco, US Use of Molecular Tools to Identify Patients With Indolent Breast Cancers With Ultralow Risk Over 2 Decades JAMA Oncol, 2017

  • 22 Mar 2018
 

ASCO GU 2018: Oligoprogressive mRCC

Pedro Barata, experimental therapeutics clinical fellow at the Taussig Cancer Institute Cleveland Clinic, explains the design and results of the trial he presented during the poster session. This retrospective study examined what the impact was of switching systemic treatment after radiosurgery for oligoprogressive, metastatic renal cell carcinoma.

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  • 22 Mar 2018

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September: Quarterly Focus on Genitourinary Cancer | RCC

Publications in peer-reviewed journals are a major source for keeping up with the latest developments in your field. However, you may not always have sufficient time to study (difficult) publications thoroughly and to determine the impact on your clinical practice. To support you, MEDtalks Oncology has developed a new program format: the Quarterly Focus. This innovative program brings an expert panel and authors of relevant, selected publications together to explain and discuss the new data. In this second episode, two pivotal, international publications on Renal Cell Carcinoma from the past few months will be clarified by one of the authors and will be thoroughly discussed by an expert panel including the author. The program will give you the possibility to gain more insight into the selected publications. During the live broadcast you have the unique opportunity to interact with our expert panel and the authors and ask them your questions. The expert panel consist of: Prof. John Haanen, MD, PhD, medical oncologist, Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam Sign up for this live program This program is editorially independent and is financially supported by Astellas, BMS, MSD and Roche.  

Quarterly focus

E-learning: Quarterly Focus on Breast Cancer

Publications in peer-reviewed journals are a major source for keeping up with the latest developments in your field. However, you may not have always sufficient time to study (difficult) publications thoroughly and to determine the impact on your clinical practice. To support you, MEDtalks.eu/OncologyTV has developed a new program format, the 'Quarterly Focus', which brings together an expert panel and the authors of relevant, selected publications in an innovative way to explain and discuss the new data. Two pivotal, international publications from the past few months will be clarified by one of the authors and will be thoroughly discussed by an expert panel including the author. The program will give you the unique possibility to gain more insight into the selected publications and to interact with the expert panel and the authors. The expert panel consists of: Gabe Sonke, MD, Ph.D, medical oncologist, NKI-AVL Amsterdam, Netherlands Ester Siemerink, MD, Ph.D, medical oncologist, Ziekenhuis Groep Twente, Hengelo/Almelo, Netherlands Rianne Oosterkamp, MD, medical oncologist, Haaglanden Medisch Centrum, Den Haag, Netherlands Invited speakers: Prof. George Sledge, MD, medical oncologist Stanford University School of Medicine, California, US MONARCH 2: Abemaciclib in Combination With Fulvestrant in Women With HR+/HER2- Advanced Breast Cancer Who Had Progressed While Receiving Endocrine Therapy J Clin Oncol, 2017 Prof. Laura van 't Veer, molecular biologist UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, San Francisco, US Use of Molecular Tools to Identify Patients With Indolent Breast Cancers With Ultralow Risk Over 2 Decades JAMA Oncol, 2017

Congress news

ASCO GU 2018: Renal Cell Carcinoma News Program

This year the ASCO Genitourinary Cancers Symposium took place in San Francisco from February 8th - 10th. In this Renal Cell Carcinoma News Program, we focus on the highlights for RCC at this congress. Moderator Catherine Hood and a panel of international experts discuss the following topics: Adjuvant systemic therapy Cabozantinib in the first line treatment of metastatic RCC The NIVOREN trial that investigates nivolumab in a ‘real world setting’ Combination treatments with VEGF and PD1/PD-L1 inhibition Advances in treatment for papillary RCC Speakers: Prof. Joaquim Bellmunt, MD, medical oncologist, Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, Boston Daniel George, MD, medical oncologist, Duke Cancer Center, Durham Jeanny Aragon-Ching, MD, medical oncologist, Inova Fairfax hospital, Fairfax Sumanta Pal, MD, medical oncologist, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, Duarte Moderator: Catherine Hood

Congress news

ASCO GU 2018: PROs and HRQoL of LATITUDE

Dr. Kim Chi, medical oncologist at the BC Cancer Agency in Vancouver, summarizes the results of the LATITUDE trial and the recently published patient-reported outcomes and health-related quality of life.

Congress news

ASCO GU 2018: Progression after IO combination regimens mRCC

Pedro Barata, experimental therapeutics clinical fellow at the Taussig Cancer Institute Cleveland Clinic, explains the design and results of the trial he presented during the poster session. This retrospective study examined the clinical outcome of patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma progressing on frontline immune-oncology based combination regimens.

Congress news

ASCO GU 2018: Oligoprogressive mRCC

Pedro Barata, experimental therapeutics clinical fellow at the Taussig Cancer Institute Cleveland Clinic, explains the design and results of the trial he presented during the poster session. This retrospective study examined what the impact was of switching systemic treatment after radiosurgery for oligoprogressive, metastatic renal cell carcinoma.

Congress news

WCM 2017 Highlights: Biomarker immunotherapy

The 9th World Congress of Melanoma (WCM) was held in Brisbane, Australia, from 18 to 21 October. In a series of interviews medical professionals from all over the world discussed the latest developments in the field of melanoma. This highlight consists of the following parts: Michele Teng, PhD – research scientist, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Brisbane, Australia: Why does immunotherapy works so well for melanoma? Prof. Levesque Mitchell, MD – dermatologist, University of Zurich Hospital, Zürich, Switzerland: High dimensional single-cell analysis identifies classical monocyte frequencies to be predictive of PFS to anti-PD-1 immunotherapy Prof. Nikolas Haass, MD – dermatologist, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia: Tumor heterogeneity, plasticity and drug resistance

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WCM 2017 Highlights: Surgery

The 9th World Congress of Melanoma (WCM) was held in Brisbane, Australia, from 18 to 21 October. In a series of interviews medical professionals from all over the world discussed the latest developments in the field of melanoma. This highlight consists of the following parts: Jeffrey Gershenwald, MD – surgical-oncologist, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, USA: The new AJCC melanoma classification Prof. John Thompson, MD – surgical-oncologist, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia: Surgery for stage IV melanoma patients: is it still worthwhile?

Congress news

WCM 2017 Highlights: Immunotherapy

The 9th World Congress of Melanoma (WCM) was held in Brisbane, Australia, from 18 to 21 October. In a series of interviews medical professionals from all over the world discussed the latest developments in the field of melanoma. This highlight consists of the following parts: Prof. Caroline Robert, MD – dermatologist, Institute Gustave-Roussy, Paris, France: The latest results of immunotherapy in melanoma Alain Algazi, MD – oncologist, UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, San Francisco, USA: Clinical immune monitoring and biomarker data of pIL-12 monotherapy compared to pIL-12 with pembrolizumab in metastatic melanoma Sapna Patel, MD – oncologist, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, USA: A phase II study of glembatumumab vedotin for metastatic uveal melanoma

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WCM 2017 Highlights: Screening & organization

The 9th World Congress of Melanoma (WCM) was held in Brisbane, Australia, from 18 to 21 October. In a series of interviews medical professionals from all over the world discussed the latest developments in the field of melanoma. This highlight consists of the following parts: Anne Cust, MD – epidemiologist, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia: The effect of sun exposure to melanoma Georg Brunner, MD – moleculair-biologist, NeraCare GmbH, Köhln, Germany: Identification of thin fatal melanomas by a gene-signature based risk score Prof. Grant McArthur, MD – oncologist, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, Australia: Genetic testing for skin cancer in 2017 and beyond

Congress news

ESMO 2017 in-depth: Neoadjuvant chemotherapy in cervical cancer

This year the ESMO congress took place in Madrid from 8 - 12 September. Sudeep Gupta, Professor of Medical Oncology at Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, explains the design and results of his trial, that examined whether neoadjuvant chemotherapy followed by surgical removal of the tumour could improve outcomes in patients with locally advanced cervical cancer compared to standard treatment with chemoradiation.

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ESMO 2017 in-depth: TONIC trial

This year the ESMO congress took place in Madrid from 8 - 12 September. Marleen Kok, MD, PhD at The Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam, explains the design and first results of the TONIC trial. This adaptive phase II trial evaluated the response rate to nivolumab after induction treatment in patients with triple-negative breast cancer.