9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
Breast Cancer: Current Controversies | New Horizons
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, Boston, MA
Boston, Massachusetts
http://cme.hms.harvard.edu/cmeups/custom/00301279/index.htm#prgsched
13 Apr 2010 ... We invite you to attend the 2010 Breast Cancer | New Horizons | Current Controversies, a three-day course jointly sponsored by Harvard ...

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, July 15, 2010
07:15:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
08:00:00 Welcoming Remarks Eric P. Winer
08:10:00 Jean H. Lubrano Distinguished Visiting Scholar Lecture | The Role of PARP Inhibition in Breast Cancer Treatment Andrew Tutt
08:45:00 SESSION I – RISK AND SCREENING Judy E Garber
08:50:00 Modifiable Breast Risk Factors: Alcohol, Diet, and Exercise Wendy Y. Chen
09:10:00 BRCA1, 2 and Beyond Susan M. Domchek
09:30:00 The Mammographic Screening Controversy Ellen Warner
10:00:00 Panel Discussion with Q&A
10:20:00 Break
10:35:00 SESSION II – PRE-INVASIVE DISEASE Kevin S. Hughes
10:40:00 Are We Over-Diagnosing Pre-Invasive Disease? Laura Esserman
11:00:00 The Pathology of DCIS and Other Pre-Invasive Lesions Laura C. Collins
11:20:00 Modern Surgical Approaches to DCIS Mehra Golshan
11:40:00 Do All Patients with DCIS Need Radiation After Conservative Surgery? Julia Wong
12:00:00 Panel Discussion with Q&A
12:20:00 Break (Lunch on your own)
13:30:00 Challenging Cases – Early Stage Disease Eric P. Winer, Steve Isakoff, Rinaa Punglia, Michelle Gadd, Jane E. Brock, Elizabeth Rafferty, Craig A. Bunnell
14:25:00 SESSION III – CHALLENGES IN PREOPERATIVE THERAPY
14:30:00 Identifying Candidates for Preoperative Therapy
14:50:00 Preoperative Therapy for Triple Negative Disease Judy E Garber
15:10:00 Preoperative Therapy for HER2+ Disease Lyndsay N Harris
15:30:00 Preoperative Therapy for ER+ Disease Matthew Ellis
15:50:00 Panel Discussion with Q&A
16:10:00 Break
16:30:00 Imaging the Patient Receiving Preoperative Therapy Eren Yeh
16:50:00 Pathology Assessment After Preoperative Therapy Andrea Richardson
17:10:00 Surgery Issues After Preoperative Therapy Funda Meric Bernstam
17:30:00 Radiation Therapy Challenges After Preoperative Therapy Jennifer Bellon
17:50:00 Panel Discussion with Q&A
18:10:00 Closing Remarks
18:15:00 Complimentary wine and cheese reception with faculty
Friday, July 16, 2010
06:30:00 Continental Breakfast
07:30:00 Concurrent Small Group Work Sessions And Discussions On Clinical Challenges
07:35:00 A. Enhancing Supportive Care for Our Patients Georgia Litsas
07:40:00 B. Managing the Extra-Axillary Sentinel Node and Positive Internal Mammary Nodes Funda Meric Bernstam
07:45:00 C. Role of Surgery in Stage IV Disease SUSAN TROYAN, Sara M. Tolaney
07:50:00 D. Partial Breast Irradiation Shannon M. MacDonald
07:55:00 E. Bisphosphonates in the Adjuvant Setting Julie Gralow
08:00:00 F. Special Considerations for Managing Breast Cancer in Young Women Ann H Partridge, Lidia Schapira
08:05:00 G. New Targets for Triple Negative Breast Cancer Daniel P. Silver
08:10:00 H. Adjuvant Treatment in the Elderly Michael J. Hassett, Rachel Freedman
08:15:00 I. Managing Menopausal Symptoms Jennifer A. Ligibel
08:20:00 J. Incorporating Genetics into Oncology Practice Susan M. Domchek
08:25:00 K. CYP2D6 Testing Harold J. Burstein, Kathryn Ruddy
08:25:00 L. Immunotherapy for Breast Cancer Karen S. Anderson
08:30:00 Judith P. Schlager Lecture | Advances in Radiation Oncology Alain Fourquet
09:30:00 Break
09:45:00 SESSION IV – ADVANCED BREAST CANCER Eric P. Winer
09:50:00 What Outcomes Matter in Clinical Trials in Metastatic Disease Nancy U. Lin
10:10:00 HER2+ Breast Cancer: The Present and Future Ian E. Krop
10:30:00 How Can We Improve Endocrine Therapy for Advanced Breast Cancer C. Kent Osbourne
10:50:00 Angiogenesis Inhibitors: A Major Advance? Erica L Mayer
11:10:00 Tumor Heterogeneity: The Real Challenge Kornelia Polyak
11:45:00 Panel Discussion with Q&A
12:15:00 Break
12:30:00 Lunch Served | Challenging Multidisciplinary Cases – Early Stage and Advanced Disease Harold J. Burstein, Jerry Younger, Paula D Ryan, Monica Morrow, Jay R Harris, MD, Jennifer McKenna, Melinda J. Lerwill
13:45:00 Break
13:50:00 SESSION V – ADVANCES AND CONTROVERSIES IN LOCAL THERAPY Michelle C. Specht
14:00:00 Innovation in Lumpectomy and Mastectomy Surgery Barbara Smith
14:20:00 Surgical Management of the Patient with a Positive Sentinel Node SUSAN TROYAN
14:40:00 Post-Mastectomy Radiation for Fewer than Four Nodes Jay R Harris, MD
15:00:00 Breast Reconstruction: Which Option for Which Patient? Stephanie Caterson
15:20:00 Can We Reverse the Trend Toward Bilateral Mastectomies? Monica Morrow
15:40:00 Panel Discussion with Q&A
16:00:00 Break
16:20:00 New England Journal Of Medicine Clinicopathological Conference | Patient with Inflammatory Breast Cancer Beth Overmoyer, Nancy Lee Harris
17:20:00 Closing Remarks and Adjourn – Day 2
Saturday, July 17, 2010
07:15:00 Continental Breakfast
08:00:00 Susan E. Donelan "hope For The Future" Lecture | A Balancing Act: Comparative Effectiveness vs. Efficacy and the Cancer Research Agenda Deborah Schrag
08:40:00 SESSION VI – CONTROVERSIES AND UPDATE
08:45:00 ASCO Update Harold J. Burstein
09:10:00 SESSION VII – ADJUVANT THERAPY Barbara Smith
09:15:00 Which Patients Don't Need Chemotherapy? Julie Gralow
09:35:00 Picking the Optimal Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy for Post-Menopausal Women William J. Gradishar
09:55:00 Picking the Optimal Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy for Pre-Menopausal Women Ann H Partridge
10:15:00 Break
10:30:00 Frontiers in the Adjuvant Treatment of HER2+ Disease Eric P. Winer
10:50:00 Picking the Optimal Adjuvant Chemotherapy Regimen Giuseppe Curigliano
11:10:00 Minimizing Toxicity of Adjuvant Therapy: Symptom Management Charles Loprinzi
11:30:00 Panel Discussion with Q&A
12:15:00 Concluding Remarks and Adjourn Eric P. Winer
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