Breast Cancer

Panel 28 - (INTERACTIVE) The Evolving Role of Fractionation in Early Stage Breast Cancer

9/18/2019
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: Room W178

Session Type: Panel
1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
1.25 CAMPEP Credits
1.5 MDCB Credits

This panel would consist of three speakers each with a unique perspective on fractionation in breast cancer.

1. APBI - multicatheter, IMRT, IORT, SBRT

2. Hypofractionated whole breast- Canadian fractionation, UK-START A and B, Fast trials

3. Discussion of how to select patients where it is safe to omit radiation

Learning Objectives:

Presentations:

A. Bapsi Chakravarthy, MD, FASTRO

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Disclosure:
Employment
Family: VA Medical Center: Attending Physician: Employee;
Vanderbilt University Medical Center: Professor: Employee

Leadership
ECOG-ACRIN: Chair: Radiation Oncology;
GI Steering Committee: Member: Radiation Oncology

Biography:
Dr. A Bapsi Chakravarthy, MD, FASTRO is Professor of Radiation Oncology at the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. She specializes in treating cancers of the breast and gastrointestinal tract. As a busy clinician with a strong interest in applied science, she collaborates with basic scientists and imaging scientists to learn better ways of treating cancers. She works with multidisciplinary teams to design the next generation of cancer clinical trials that will apply the knowledge learned in our laboratories to the care of our patients. On a national level, she serves as Chair of the Radiation Oncology Committee of ECOG-ACRIN, a member of the GI Steering Committee as well as a member of the NCI-Rectal Working Group.

Presentation(s):

Send Email for A. Bapsi Chakravarthy


Assets

Panel 28 - (INTERACTIVE) The Evolving Role of Fractionation in Early Stage Breast Cancer



Attendees who have favorited this

Please enter your access key

The asset you are trying to access is locked. Please enter your access key to unlock.

Send Email for Panel 28 - (INTERACTIVE) The Evolving Role of Fractionation in Early Stage Breast Cancer