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Learning Package: Biomarker-driven therapeutic strategies in mCRC

Learning Package: Biomarker-driven therapeutic strategies in mCRC
  • Oncology
  • Metastatic colorectal cancer
Announcement
13 February 2018

As the number of therapeutic options for metastatic colorectal cancer increases, insights into the biology of the disease and biomarker-driven therapeutic strategies are expected to improve patient survival and rationalize therapeutic approaches. Review the slide kits below for updates on treating mCRC.

 

Molecular pathology and biomarkers
 
Critical pathways in metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC)
      A. Sobrero (Italy)
   
Molecular biomarkers for mCRC
    A. Sobrero (Italy)

Evidence-based recommendations for molecular testing of mCRC
    C.H. Köhne (Germany)
   
Tumor heterogeneity and blood-based biomarkers
    J. Taieb (France)

Treatment decisions in metastatic colorectal cancer (I)
 
RAS Wild-type and BRAF Wild-type mCRC
    A. Sobrero (Italy)
   
Primary tumor location of RAS wild-type mCRC: left vs right
    C.H. Köhne (Germany)

RAS mutated and BRAF mutated mCRC
    J. Taieb (France)

Treatment decisions in metastatic colorectal cancer (II)

Oligometastatic disease
    C.H. Köhne (Germany)
   
Therapy after progression
    J. Taieb (France)

Spotlight - Molecular classification of CRC
    C.H. Köhne (Germany)

Spotlight - Immunotherapy for mCRC
    J. Taieb (France)
  

Regional workshop
United Arab Emirates
Dec 21 - 22, 2017
Target audience
This programme is intended for oncologists and practicing clinicians who have an interest in understanding colorectal cancer biology and building individual competencies in the management of the disease.
by Excemed
Oncology