This is a lecture-based educational format designed to update participants on the latest evidence-based practice recommendations for head and neck cancer radiation therapy.

This course helps inform viewers about the multidisciplinary care of patients with lymphoma, the use of contemporary treatment fields (e.g. INRT, ISRT), appropriate use of technology (i.e.

Breast cancer is one of the most common malignancies treated by radiation oncologists. Indications for radiation in patients with breast cancer are increasingly dependent on advances in surgery and systemic treatments and improved understanding of tumor biology.

Endometrial Cancer

The course reviews the current clinical management of the most common malignant and benign adult CNS tumors. This review is be followed by an overview of the current clinical practice in the treatment of brain metastases.

Major decreases in cancer mortality have been driven by improvements in the management of lung cancer. The explanation for these survival improvements is complex but largely driven by the increasing use of systemic therapies in early stage disease such as immunotherapy.

This course involves a case-based discussion with a panel of experts to review the various treatment options for early stage prostate cancer, including active surveillance, radical prostatectomy, external beam radiotherapy (including intensity modulated radiation therapy and stereotactic body rad

This cased-based panel focuses on the guideline recommendations and evidentiary basis for EBRT for HCC and IHC.

This panel of speakers examine four different aspects of patient oriented factors that will allow the practicing radiation oncologist to better recommend, direct, and evaluate the results of therapy for women with gynecologic cancers.

This course guides the audience through a very practical approach to work up and management of an HPV+ tonsil cancer patient (T1N1), from initial examination and work-up through late complications.


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