Symposium of 23rd april 2015
Defining a new era in Digestive Disease Interventions
Our last Symposium on Digestive disease interventions was a great success and achievement. It was imaginative and also very practical. Those results should be shared with the medical community.
We are sure that you will enjoy discovering or rediscovering the various topics of this meeting.
See you next year !
Symposium 2014 5174
- CELS:Combined Endo-Laparoscopic SurgeryFor Benign Polyps, Sang W. Lee, MD
- “Personalized” therapies in GI malignancies: outcome of tumor profiling, V. Kirchner MD
- HIPEC Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy, M. Hubner MD
- The role of Intracavitary radiotherapy for curative management and anal preservation of low rectal cancers, J-C Horiot MD and J.Bernier MD
- Defining new boundaries in GI interventions, specialization in digestive diseases, E. Meroni MD
- PIPAC (PressurizedIntraperitonealAerosolChemotherapy) in peritonealcarcinomatosis, M. Reymond MD
Symposium of 21 march 2014
The medical world is facing new challenges.
One of them being related to the continuously improving surgical approaches, aiming to reduce invasive procedures and thus the length of stay in the hospital. New medical technologies will inevitably lead to a reduction of costs for difficult medical cases.
- "The use of laparoscopic methods in oncologic colon & rectal surgery", Dr Daniel Christen
- "Combined Endo-Laparoscopic Surgery (CELS) for benign polyps", Dr Jeffrey Milsom (1)
- "Lap Colon Surgery for Cancer: What do the studies tell us?", Dr Jeffrey Milsom (2)
- "Theranostics: neuroendocrine tumors", Dr David Mozley
- "New Uses of Biomaterials to Treat Colon & Rectal Disorders", Dr Jeffrey Milsom (3)
- "Update in oncology metastatic colon cancer 2014", Dr EdyaFuhrmann