13th Annual Fall Oncology Conference: Clinical Challenges in Cancer Medicine
The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa
2 Grasslawn Avenue Hilton Head Island
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
13th Annual Fall Oncology Conference: Clinical Challenges in Cancer Medicine
Physicians' Education Resource

Schedule of Presentations:

Friday, October 2, 2009
13:00:00 Registration
15:00:00 Welcome, Introductions, and Presession Survey J. Tate Thigpen
15:05:00 Solid Tumor Debates J. Tate Thigpen
15:10:00 The Most Appropriate Mangement Strategy for Advanced Breast Cancer is Single Agent Therapy
15:15:00 PRO TBA
15:30:00 CON G. Thomas Budd
15:45:00 Presentation
15:50:00 Patients with Colorectal Cancer and Unresectable Liver Metastases Should Only Receive Anti-Angiogenic Therapy in Combination with Chemotherapy As Initial Systemic Therapy
15:50:00 Question-and-Answer Session
16:00:00 PRO Cathy Eng
16:15:00 CON John Macdonald
16:30:00 Commentary
16:45:00 Case-Based Cancer Medicine: Solid Tumors J. Tate Thigpen
16:45:00 Question-and-Answer Session
16:55:00 How to Choose Systemic Therapy for Advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma Gary Hudes
17:20:00 State-of-the-Art Treatment in Sarcoma Robert S. Benjamin
17:45:00 Postsession Survey and Panel Discussion
18:00:00 Adjourn
Saturday, October 3, 2009
07:30:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
08:00:00 Welcome and Morning Presession Survey
08:05:00 Personalized Cancer Medicine J. Tate Thigpen
08:10:00 Molecular Markers and Treatment Decisions in Colorectal Cancer John Macdonald
08:35:00 Optimizing Individualized Therapy for NSCLC Thomas Stinchcombe
09:00:00 Tailoring Targeted Therapy for Breast Cancer G. Thomas Budd
09:25:00 Treatment Options for Patients With Platinum-Sensitive and Platinum-Resistant Recurrent Ovarian Cancer Robert Coleman
09:50:00 Panel Discussion
10:05:00 Break
10:10:00 Solid Tumor Debates J. Tate Thigpen
10:10:00 Patients With Stage IV or Recurrent NSCLC Who Respond Favorably to Intial Chemotherapy Should Receive Maintenance Therapy
10:20:00 CON Nasser H. Hanna
10:20:00 PRO Thomas Stinchcombe
10:50:00 Commentary
10:55:00 Question-and-Answer Session
10:55:00 Patients with Advanced (FIGO stage III or IV) Ovarian Carcinoma, After Surgical Bulk Reduction if Appropriate, Should Receive Systemic Therapy Consisting of Weekly Paclitaxel Plus Every-Three-Week Carboplatin
11:05:00 PRO Robert Coleman
11:20:00 CON J. Tate Thigpen
11:35:00 Commentary
11:40:00 Question-and-Answer Session
11:45:00 Lunch with the Experts
11:50:00 Postsession Survey J. Tate Thigpen
13:00:00 Afternoon Presession Survey
13:05:00 Hematologic Malignancies Debate Sagar Lonial
13:05:00 Transplantation for Multiple Myeloma: Sooner or Later?
13:10:00 Sooner Jeffery Zonder
13:25:00 Later Sagar Lonial
13:40:00 Commentary
13:45:00 Question-and-Answer Session
13:55:00 Break
14:00:00 Case-Based Cancer Medicine: Hematologic Malignancies Sagar Lonial
14:10:00 Transplant-Ineligible Multiple Myeloma Sagar Lonial
15:25:00 Treatment Options for MCL Louis Diehl
15:25:00 State-of-the-Art Therapy for TCL John P. Leonard
15:50:00 Postsession Survey and Panel Discussion
16:15:00 Adjourn
Sunday, October 4, 2009
07:30:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
08:00:00 Presession Survey
08:05:00 Case-Based Cancer Medicine: Supportive Care Sagar Lonial
08:15:00 Treatment Options for a Patient with Relapsed/Refractory ITP Morey A. Blinder
08:45:00 Bone Health and Cancer Outcomes in Breast Cancer Adam Brufsky
09:15:00 Complications of Antiangiogenic Therapy Cathy Eng
09:45:00 Postsession Survey and Panel Discussion
10:15:00 Break
10:20:00 Fellows Forum J. Tate Thigpen
10:30:00 Career Choices in Oncology: Perspective on Community Practice Asad Dean
11:00:00 How to Design and Interpret Clinical Trials in the Era of Translational and Collaborative Medicine J. Tate Thigpen
11:30:00 Question-and-Answer Session
11:35:00 Molecular Prognostic Assays Should Trump Conventional Indices in Decision Making for Early-Stage Breast Cancer
11:35:00 Fellows Debate
11:45:00 PRO
12:00:00 CON
12:15:00 Moderator Commentary
12:20:00 Question-and-Answer Session
12:30:00 Adjourn
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