Corsi Di Formazione Organizzati Da MSO - ANNO 2017

CORSO: Evolving knowledge in the management of Solid Tumors
24-26 November, 2017

Direttori: Ignazio Carreca, Calogero Caruso, Antonio Giordano, Christian Rolfo, Antonio Russo
CREDITI ECM: 12

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PROGRAMMA DEL CORSO (CLICCARE SULLE ICONE PER SCARICARE LE SLIDES)
FRIDAY, November, 24th
13:30 Participant registration
WELCOME ADDRESS
Local Authorities and Directors of the Course Introduction to lectures Aldo Gerbino
14:00 Lectures:
Art and Oncology. The care of beauty Rodolfo Papa
Philosophy, medical sciences and human happiness Lorella Congiunti
1st SESSION: LUNG CANCER
Chairmen: Alessandro Bertani, Corrado Ficorella, Antonio Russo
15:00 Lecture: Immunotherapy in NSCLC: novel predictive biomarkers David Carbone
15:30 Oncogene-addicted NSCLC: update and perspectives Giuseppe Banna
15:45 New molecular targets beyond EGFR and ALK Christian Rolfo
16:00 Liquid biopsies in lung cancer: the new ambrosia of researchers Marta Castiglia
16:15 Non Oncogene-addicted NSCLC: new options and combinations strategies Sergio Rizzo
16:30 Questions to experts Francesco Passiglia
16:45 Special topic: Looking for the best immune-checkpoint inhibitors in pre-treated NSCLC pts Francesco Passiglia
17:00 Coffee break
17:15 Lecture: Carcinogenesis: Oncogenes, Tumor Suppressors, Cyclins, and Cyclin-Dependent Kinases Antonio Giordano
2nd SESSIONO: VARIAN CANCER (OC)
Chairmen: Vincenzo Adamo, Michele Caruso, Silverio Tomao
17:45 Paradigm shift in OC management: Update and perspectives Domenica Lorusso
18:00 Primary surgery or neoadjuvant chemotherapy in advanced disease: Update Vito Chiantera
18:15 Targeting DNA Repair Defi ciency: BRCA and beyond Pierosandro Tagliaferri
18:30 PARP inhibitors in solid tumors: Where are we now and where are we going? Federica Tomao
18:45 TILs and tumor microenvironment in OC patients: Gutta cavat lapidem? Daniele Fanale
19:00 Questions to experts Paolo Vigneri
19:15 Lectures:
Epidemiology of cancer: what’s new? Lucia Mangone
Cardiac damage in the era of precision medicine Giuseppina Novo
SATURDAY, November 25th
3rd SESSION: GIST, NEUROENDOCRINE TUMORS (NET) and SOFT TISSUE SARCOMA (STS)
Chairmen: Massimo Aglietta, Gianni Pantuso, Anna Russo
08:00 Lecture: Methodology of clinical studies in rare cancers Paolo Casali
09:00 Management of GIST: current practice and future perspectives Bruno Vincenzi
09:15 Soft Tissue Sarcoma: overview of treatment Marco Fiore
09:30 Focus on clinical trials: New cytotoxic agents and targeted therapies on STS Roberta Sanfi lippo
09:45 New fi ndings in NET Francesca Spada
10:00 Type of progression disease and response to targeted therapy in NET Giuseppe Badalamenti
10:15 Questions to experts Dario Giuffrida
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 Lecture: Breast Cancer: Not Only a Female Disease Laura Ottini
4th SESSION: RENAL CANCER
Chairmen: Biagio Agostara, Clara Natoli, Alchiede Simonato
11:45 Evolving scenario in RC treatment: sequence and combinations for metastatic disease Giacomo Cartenì
12:00 Therapeutic targets: future perspectives Lorena Incorvaia
12:15 Questions to experts Antonino Savarino
PROSTATE CANCER
Chairmen: Livio Blasi, Liborio Di Cristina, Stefano Vitello
12:30 Advanced prostate cancer treatment: state of art Giuseppe Procopio
12:45 Advanced prostate cancer treatment: future perspectives Francesco Verderame
13:00 Questions to experts Massimiliano Spada
13:15 mCRPC: is there a best choice in 2nd generation hormonal therapy Antonio Galvano
13:30 Lunch
5th SESSION: TALKING TO THE JOURNALIST
Chairmen: Mauro Boldrini, Marcello Ciaccio, Sabino De Placido
15:00 Internet and social media in fi ghting cancer: enemies or allies? Vera Martinella
15:15 Face to face: journalists and oncologists Vera Martinella, Massimo Aglietta, Salvatore Amato, Clara Natoli, Antonio Russo, Pierfrancesco Tassone
15:30 Lecture: Challenge for cancer survivorship: improving care through categorization by risk Paolo Tralongo
6th SESSION: COLORECTAL CANCER
Chairmen: Roberto Bordonaro, Fiorella Guadagni, Gaspare Gulotta
16:00 Advanced colorectal cancer: update and perspectives Nico Silvestris
16:15 Left- and Right-Sided CRC: What is the impact on clinical decisions? Face to face: Molecular biologist and oncologist’s point of view Marta Castiglia and Fabio Fulfaro
16:30 Questions to experts Antonio Galvano
7th SESSION: ELDERLY PEOPLE AND CANCER
Chairmen: Roberto Bernabei, Ignazio Carreca, Calogero Caruso
17:00 Lecture: Elderly People: How to cope the 'Silver Tsunami' Roberto Bernabei
17:30 The study of Centenarians Offspring as a tool to prevent cancer Annibale Puca
17:50 Non-infl ammatory diet in prevention of cancer and achievement of longevity Giulia Accardi
18:05 Questions to experts Mario Mirisola
18:30 Lecture: Centenarians as new frontier of aging Calogero Caruso
SUNDAY, November 26th
08:15 Lecture:
Breast cancer in elderly people: Is there some difference? Ignazio Carreca
Facing the existential family pain: an oncological perspective Giacomo Scalzo
8th SESSION: ONCOGENETIC COUNSELLING AND LIFESTYLE MODIFICATIONS
Chairmen: Antonio Russo, Salvatore Vieni, Pierfrancesco Tassone
09:15 What’s new in BRCA testing: NGS for somatic mutation detection Umberto Malapelle
09:30 Counselling patients about germline BRCA mutations Viviana Bazan, Valentina Calo
09:45 Risk perception and psychological distress Rossella De Luca
10:00 Cancer? No thanks I am on diet. Mario Mirisola
10:15 New challenges in genetic counselling in the era of patient empowerment Ornella Campanella
10:30 Questions to experts Marta Castiglia
10:45 Special topic: A choice conditioning: movies, smoke and unveiling Massimiliano Blasi
11:15 Coffee break
11:30 1st Workshop: Behind An Active and Healthy Aging Salvatore Amato, Biagio Agostara, Ignazio Carreca, Calogero Caruso
12:30 2nd Workshop: Silver Economy: what means and how must be managed Piero Angela, Gaetano Armao, Francesco Coccopalmerio, Fabrizio De Nicola, Massimo Sargiacomo, Domenico Tramontana
13:30 Credit Examination and Evaluation Directors of the Course