Head and Neck Cancer

EDU 25 - (Live SA-CME) Minimizing Toxicity through Multidisciplinary Care of Complex Head and Neck Cancer Cases

9/18/2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Location: Room W185

Session Type: Education
1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
1.00 CAMPEP Credits
1.00 MDCB Credits

In this session, through complex head and neck case examples, a multidisciplinary panel will discuss the relative merits of primary chemoradiation approaches and/or surgical approaches for locally advanced head and neck cancer in the context of optimizing cure, while considering organ preservation, and acute and long term toxicity management. Participants will understand the rationale of various sequencing options of multimodality therapy using specific case examples and understand the risks and potential long term outcomes based on treatment selection.

Case examples will be presented in a multidisciplinary discussion and with focused teaching points and, will include the management of:
1. locally advanced oropharyngeal cancer
2.locally advanced paranasal sinus cancer
3. locally advanced oral cavity cancer
4. locally advanced laryngeal cancer
5. high grade salivary cancer

Learning Objectives:

Presentations:

Minh Tam Truong, MD, MBBS

Boston University School of Medicine

Disclosure:
Employment
Boston Medical Center: Chief Radiation Oncology: Employee

Compensation
American Board Radiology: Travel Expenses

Presentation(s):

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