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European Multidisciplinary Conference on Thoracic Oncology
Date:3/4/2009

imaging tools in thoracic oncology
  • Individualized staging: practical implications
  • Heterogeneity of locally advanced lung cancer and its implications for treatment
  • Chemoradiotherapy and new developments in radiotherapy
  • Neuroendocrine tumors, mesothelioma and thymoma
  • Individualized therapy based on tumor features
  • Elderly and co-morbid patients
  • Future developments in multidisciplinary treatments

    Among the top international experts who have contributed to this multidisciplinary conference: Rolf Stahel, Switzerland; Robert Pirker, Austria; David Gandara, US; Enriqueta Felip, Spain; Giorgio Scagliotti, Italy; Franoise Mornex, France; Paris Kosmidis, Greece; Michael Cullen, UK; Jean-Paul Sculier, Belgium; Cesare Gridelli, Italy; Walter Weder, Switzerland

    Meeting venue

    The European Multidisciplinary Conference in Thoracic Oncology (EMCTO) will take place at the Palazzo dei Congressi, Lugano.

    Services for media representatives

    A fully equipped press room will be in operation at the conference with Internet access and telephone lines for registered reporters. You will have access to all the scientific sessions and the possibility to schedule one-on-one interviews with top speakers and presenters of the studies, both in presence and remotely. Please contact the ESMO Communication Dept. at media@esmo.org to already find out about the preliminary timetable or to book a telephone hook up. The conference full program is available at http://www.esmo.org/newsroom/events/

    Media registration

    To register for the conference as a media representative, please visit http://www.esmo.org/newsroom/events/ and send the Complimentary Media Registration form to the ESMO Communication Department.

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