Pre-meeting Symposium on Transplant Oncology
Transplant oncology is a new concept encompassing multiple disciplines of transplantation medicine and oncology to take hepatobiliary cancer treatment and research to the next level. As a follow-up to the Consensus Conference in February 2019, which convened international liver transplant oncology experts, this Pre-meeting Symposium explored the future perspectives of multidisciplinary management in this fast-changing field.
The symposium focussed on the 4 E’s:
- Evolution of multidisciplinary cancer care
- Extension of the limits of conventional surgical oncology
- Elucidation of tumor and transplant immunology
- Exploration of carcinogenesis through immunogenomics
Take a look at the one-pager showing the connection of the Consensus Conference to the Pre-meeting Symposium.
Nancy Kwan Man, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Mark Ghobrial, Houston, United States
Gonzalo Sapisochin, Toronto, Canada
Taizo Hibi, Kumamoto, Japan
Venue: Conference Center
May 15, 10:30 AM – 4:10 PM
Over 200 professionals in transplant surgery, radiology, oncology, hepatology and immunology joined the symposium.
Registration Fee: $100,00