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  • Emerging therapies for rare tumors
    • Neuroendocrine tumors, HCC, thyroid cancer, papillary RCC

  • Assessing, reporting and managing the safety of cancer drugs
    • Detecting safety signals
    • The role of pharmacogenetics in predicting and managing toxicity
    • Handling side effects of targeted therapies

  • Integration of targeted therapies with radiation
    • Where we are with radiation modifiers?

  • Unplanned analysis of molecular studies
    • Harmful or safe?

  • Cancer patients
    • Should all receive prophylactically antithrombotic therapy?
    • Dealing with difficult cases in daily clinical practice

  • New developments in myeloma
    • Prognostic factors and the role of novel drugs
    • The status of transplantation

  • Glioma
    • From imaging to management

  • Recent progress in immunotherapy
    • Anti cancer vaccines
    • Combining immunotherapy with classical anti-cancer therapy

  • Advanced prostate cancer
    • The changing face of hormonal therapy
    • Diabetes and cardiovascular disease in prostate cancer survivors

  • Latest on oncology in developing countries
    • Cancer burden and the role of prevention
    • Balancing costs and benefits in cancer therapy and prevention

  • Drug development
    • How to recognize a promising drug: The role of clinical and biological endpoints
    • The role of regulatory bodies in the drug approval process

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    Late-breaking abstracts: oral sessions to present latest research studies with new research findings

    Controversy sessions will create lively discussions on hot topics.

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