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3rd international conference on innovative approaches in head and neck oncology
Date:2/1/2011

The European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ESTRO), the European Head and Neck Society (EHNS), and the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) in collaboration with other European partners, have the pleasure of inviting you to report on the 3rd International Conference on innovative approaches In Head and Neck Oncology.

With major emphasis on multidisciplinarity and innovation, this meeting will specifically cover the main following topics:

  • Biological patient profiling and risk factors
  • Emerging diagnostic and therapeutic tools
  • Functional outcome of treatments
  • Global care of patients (cultural issues, psychosocial support, what do patients expect, etc)
  • Clinical controversies based on case discussions such as Evidence-based medicine or practice based medicine, etc

More information on the conference: http://www.estro-events.org/Pages/ichno2011.aspx

More information on Head & Neck cancers on the Radiotherapy Information Centre: http://www.estro-ric.org/media/Pages/HeadandNeckCancer.aspx#Head%20&%20Neck%20cancers

Tremendous achievements in Head & Neck cancers

Head and neck cancers together make up 5% of all cancers diagnosed each year 120,000(1) across Europe. The most common head and neck cancers are:

  • the mouth and tongue (oral cavity)
  • the back of the throat (pharynx)
  • the voice box (larynx)
  • the sinuses

Oral cancers represent 3% of new cases in the UK and 6% in France; while in Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, oral cancer is the most common cancer in men and may account for up to 30% of all new cases of cancer (2).

But over the last decade, tremendous achievements have been made in the management of patients with Head & Neck Cancer. Advancement
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Contact: Cecile Hardon-Villard
cecile.hardon@estro.org
322-775-9340
European Society for Medical Oncology
Source:Eurekalert

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