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

s in the understanding of the pathogenesis of Head & Neck malignancies could rapidly lead to the elaboration of tailored treatments:
  • Functional imaging has emerged as a complementary modality to anatomic imaging methods for better staging,
  • Treatment response evaluation and optimal treatment targeting are evolving,
  • Surgery has improved markedly, in particular with better reconstruction techniques moving the limit of operability further.
  • Randomised studies have demonstrated the increasing role of combined modality approaches with chemotherapy and biological targeted therapies.
  • New radiation techniques, expected to impact on survival and quality of life of Head & Neck patients, have taken off the ground

And this is just the beginning, with many more challenges ahead of us.

(1,2) Source: European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ESTRO) 2008, www.estro-ric.org

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You can pre-register now by writing to cecile.hardon@estro.org. On-site registration is possible at the Press Registration Desk. You will be asked for your press card and a letter of assignment.


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Contact: Cecile Hardon-Villard
cecile.hardon@estro.org
322-775-9340
European Society for Medical Oncology
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