Join us for our March 15 Regional GI Oncology Virtual Meeting!
Feb 22, 2021 1:00 PM
Regional GI Oncology Virtual Meeting Agenda:
5:30 PM: Lyen Huang – Welcome
5:35 PM: Bartley Pickron – Overview of Treatment Strategies for Metastatic Colorectal Cancer
5:50 PM: Ben Solomon – Peri-operative Chemotherapy of Oligometastatic Liver Disease
6:05 PM: Randa Tao - Radiation Therapy for Oligometastatic Disease
6:20 PM: Ziga Cizman - Current State of Y90 for Metastatic Colorectal Cancer
6:35 PM: Rebecca Kim - Surgery for Liver Metastases: Importance of Multidisciplinary Care
6:50 PM: Lyen Huang - Case discussions
Presented by University of Utah Health and Huntsman Cancer Institute
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Attendees may claim 1 hour of CME credit. CME code 25224
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