This course will describe the presentation, evaluation, and management of patients with oropharyngeal cancers, especially with regard to the importance of multidisciplinary management of patients with HPV-related cancers.

Rare gynecologic tumors pose a significant challenge to even the most experienced clinicians as there are few published guidelines on how best to manage these often complex presentations.

We discuss the current efforts to incorporate immunotherapeutic agents with radiation therapy in the treatment of locally advanced NSCLC and the benefit of anti-tumor immune response in NSCLC along with chemo-radiation therapy.

This course will focus on cases that illustrate difficult challenges in the loco-regional management of cervical cancer. Clinical cases of will provide the basis for short presentations and subsequent discussion.

This course will review current and epidemiological changes in esophageal and gastric cancer as well as discuss current and future multimodality treatment strategies.

Several reconstruction options are utilized after mastectomy, and can be categorized into two major groups; 1) prosthetic implants, which can either be placed in a one-step procedure or with an expander placed at the time of mastectomy and permanent implant placed during a separate delayed surgic

This session will provide an important practical primer on neuro-imaging that will help clinicians in incorporating imaging into their every day practice. This session will help clinicians improve the diagnosis, treatment planning and response assessment for gliomas and brain metastases.

This course will review the most current biological information on pediatric brain tumors. Research in pediatric brain tumors has brought greater understanding of the biology and is also presenting new opportunity for targeted treatments.


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