Multidisciplinary management of breast cancer

27-30 October, 2019
Budapest, Hungary

TARGET GROUP

The course is primarily intended for specialists and trainees in the field of radiation and clinical oncology, including doctors, physicists, radiation therapists and other, who are interested in extending their knowledge of the management of breast cancer. Other specialists active in the field of breast cancer and interested in an updated view of the possibilities of modern radiation oncology are very much invited to participate as well.

 

FACULTY

Course director
Philip Poortmans, Radiation Oncologist, Institut Curie (FR)

Teachers
Tibor Major, Physicist, National Institute of Oncology, Budapest (HU) 
Liesbeth Boersma, Radiation Oncologist,  MAASTRO clinic, Maastricht (NL)  
David Dodwell, Clinical Oncologist, CTSU, Oxford (UK) 
Youlia Kirova, Radiation Oncologist, Institut Curie, Paris (FR) 
Thorsten Kühn, Gynaecologist, Interdisciplinary Breast Center, Klinikum Esslingen, Esslingen (DE) 
Birgitte Offersen, Clinical Oncologist, Aarhus University Hospital (DK) 
Birgit Vriens, Medical Oncologist, Catharina Hospital, Eindhoven (NL) 
Lynda Wyld, Surgeon, Sheffield University, Sheffield (UK)
Sandra Hol, Radiation TherapisT, Institute Verbeeten, Tilburg (NL)

 

Local organisers 
Tibor Major, Physicist, National Institute of Oncology, Budapest (HU)

 

 

COURSE AIM/RATIONALE

 

This multidisciplinary course aims to promote an integrated approach to the management of breast cancer. The goal is to individualise treatment based on clinical presentation, prognostic (tumour) factors and patient-related factors respecting the need for shared decision-making.

         

 

          

An ESO Recommended Event

An ESO Recommended Event