ON DEMAND: ESMO 2020: ‘Game changers’ for oncologists in Australia and New Zealand

Wednesday, 30 Sep 2020


Watch our webinar on the ‘game changing’ trials from the ESMO Virtual Congress 2020 and what they mean for clinical practice in Australia and New Zealand.

 

 

Hosted  by Professor Eva Segelov, Director of Oncology at Monash Health, an expert from each cancer sub-specialty presented the key papers in their field and gave their perspective on the implications of the findings for the way oncologists practice medicine.

PATIENT CARE
Doctor Prunella Blinman. Medical Oncologist, Concord Hospital; Clinical Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney, Chair of the Medical Oncology Group of Australia.

MELANOMA 
Professor Georgina Long AO. Co-Medical Director of Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA); Chair, Melanoma Medical Oncology and Translational Research, MIA and Royal North Shore Hospital, The University of Sydney.

BREAST CANCER
Associate Professor Shane White.Consultant Medical Oncologist, Warringal Private Hospital, Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre, Austin Hospital and The Northern Hospital

LUNG CANCER
Doctor Steven Kao. Medical Oncology Staff Specialist, Chris O`Brien Lifehouse; Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney; Research Fellow, Asbestos Diseases Research Institute.

GI CANCERS
Professor Desmond Yip. Clinical Director of Medical Oncology, The Canberra Hospital; Professor at the ANU Medical School; Adjunct Professor, University of Canberra.

GU CANCERS
Doctor David Pook. Medical Oncologist, Monash Health and Cabrini Health; Research Fellow, Prostate Cancer Research Group, Monash University; Deputy Chair, Renal Cell Cancer Subcommittee, Australia and New Zealand Urogenital and Prostate Cancer Trials Group.

 

This webinar was developed independently by the limbic. Thank you to Bristol Myers Squibb Australia Pty Ltd, Merck Healthcare Pty Ltd, and Roche Products Pty Ltd for providing the financial support that made it possible.

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