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PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME - DRAFT 20 - June 2015
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PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | Wednesday, 18 November
07:00-17:30
Workshops
09:00-10:30
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
10:30-11:00
Workshops
11:00-13:00
CHAIR(S)
Registration
Fez 1
Fez 2
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Karam 2
Karam 3
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(100pax cinema)
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CANCER RISK ASSESSMENT AND
GENETIC COUNSELLING
Chairs: A Oluwatosin (Nigeria), K Blazer
(USA), F Olopade (USA)
Speakers
A Oluwatosin (Nigeria) |
Welcome/Introduction
K Blazer (USA) | Cancer genomics 101:
Introduction to clinical cancer genomics
and identification of at-risk patients
D Huo (USA) | Epidemiology of inherited
breast cancer
CURABLE CERVICAL CANCER IN AFRICA
PROSTATE CANCER
AFRICAN DIASPORA LEADERS'
SYMPOSIUM
Chairs: S Mohammed (Sudan)
GYNAECOLOGIC ONCOLOGIC
PATHOLOGY WORKSHOP
Chairs: N Benjaafar (Morocco), G Dreyer Chairs: Y Iliyasu (Nigeria)
(South Africa)
Speakers
Speakers
N Mbatani (South Africa) | The best
A Adesina (USA) | Introduction
method of early detection of cervical
M Wells (UK) | Pathology of endocervix
cancer for Africa
S Hauptmann (Germany) | Recent
G Dreyer (South Africa) | Classification of advances in pathology of the
radical hysterectomy: how radical should endometrium
we be?
L Snyman (South Africa) | Method,
limitations and indications of sentinel
lymph node dissection
N Benjaafar (Morocco) | Prerequisites to
deliver curative radiation in late stage
disease
L Ramondetta (USA) | The contribution
of chemotherapy to cure in cervical
cancer
Chairs: SM Gueye (Senegal), H Mrabti
(Morocco), T Rebbeck (USA)
Speakers
Speakers
H Mrabti (Morocco) | Introduction
L Niang (Senegal) | Radical
prostatectomy for localised prostate
cancer: Feasibility and challenges in West
and Central Africa
H Mrabti (Morocco) | Treatment of
hormononaive metastatic prostate
cancer
K. El Hassani (Morocco) | Treatment of
castract resistant prostate cancer
Discussion
Tea break / exhibition / posters - Royal Ballroom
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
Karam 2
Karam 3
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(100pax cinema)
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CANCER RISK ASSESSMENT AND
GENETIC COUNSELLING
Chairs: A Oluwatosin (Nigeria), K Blazer
(USA), F Olopade (USA)
COLPOSCOPY WORKSHOP
Supported by IARC
Chairs: W Prendiville (Ireland), R
Sankaranarayanan (France)
GYNAECOLOGIC ONCOLOGIC
PATHOLOGY WORKSHOP
Chairs: L Muchiri (Kenya), Y Tettey
(Ghana)
PROSTATE CANCER
AORTIC-MDACC-ASCO JOINT SESSION
Chairs: SM Gueye (Senegal), H Mrabti
(Morocco), T Rebbeck (USA)
Chairs: L Chuang (USA), K Schmeler
(USA)
PROGRAMME
13:00-14:30
Lunch Sessions
13:15-14:15
WEDNESDAY
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
Speakers
F Olopade (USA) | Familial breast and
ovarian cancer syndromes: Results from
the African continent and other
countries in the diaspora
P Adejumo (Nigeria) | Establishing a
cancer risk and prevention clinic in
Nigeria: Lessons from the field
K Blazer ( USA) | Overview of the
hereditary colon cancer syndromes
Questions and answers
Conclusion/Evaluation
Speakers
R Sankaranarayanan (France) | Cervical
cancer prevention: global view
W Prendiville (Ireland) | Optimising the
colposcopy examination
N Keita (Republic of Guinea) | Challenges
and opportunities for cervical cancer
screening, colposcopy and treatment in
Africa
X Carcopino (France) | Optimising
excisional treatment
A Aziz (Senegal) | Does colposcopy have
a role in Africa?
W Prendiville (Ireland) | Providing
realistic and effective colposcopy
training in remote and poorly resourced
settings: the IFCPC/IARC collaborative
programme
Open forum discussion
Speakers
M Wells (UK) | Germ cell tumours of the
ovary
S Hauptmann (Germany) | Recent
advances in epithelial tumours of the
ovary
T Adams (South Africa) | Genetics of
ovarian Cancer, an overview
S Hauptmann (Germany) | Case
illustration I
Speakers
T Rebbeck (USA) | Introduction
D Moningo (DRC) | Risk factors and
characteristics of prostate cancer in
patients in Kinshasa, Democratic
Republic of Congo
M Jalloh (Senegal) | Implementation of
PSA-based active surveillance for
prostate cancer in Africa
K Yamoah (Ghana) | Predicting
unfavourable outcomes in men with
prostate cancer
Discussion
SM Gueye (Senegal) | Close session
Speakers
K Schmeler (USA) | Introduction
S Ghosh (USA) | MD Anderson's Africa
initiative: Capacity building for cancer
care through training and education
L Chuang (USA) | ASCO cervical cancer
resource stratified guideline
J Yadiny (USA) | Developing leaders for
21st century health care centres
R Satcher (USA) | A mobile phone
platform for cancer patient evaluation
and follow=up in Sub-Saharan Africa
D Bedi (USA) | Cost effective diagnostic
imaging in management of soft tissue
cancers: the case for ultrasound
Z Liao (USA) | Multi-disciplinary
management of lung cancer
S Black (USA) | Breast cancer and the
role of surgery
A Jhingran (USA) | Multi-disciplinary
approach to cervical cancer
B Beadle (USA) and L Court (USA) |
Quality and safety in radiation oncology:
Physician and physicist perspectives
P Brock (USA) | Screening for oncogenic
viruses in a comprehensive cancer
centre: Initiating practice change through
the emergency centre
L Chuang (USA) and K Schmeler (USA) |
Discussion and wrap up
Lunch - Royal Ballroom
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Karam 3
(250pax cinema)
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AORTIC-ICON SYMPOSIUM
CULTURAL ISSUES IN CANCER
PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT
Chair: A Oluwatosin (Nigeria)
Chairs: GS Bhattacharyya (India), AA
Ranade (India)
Programme coordinators
P Parikh (India), N Ghadyalpatil (India)
Speakers
A Jegede (Nigeria) | A medical
sociologists perspective around cultural
Speakers
issues in cancer prevention and
K Prabhash (India) | Advanced head neck management
cancer: Role of induction CT
A Halima (Morocco) | Experiences with
A Vaid (India) | Targeted therapy for
clients around cultural issues in cancer
Hepato-Biliary cancer
prevention and management
M Singhal (India) | Developing guidelines A Anarado (Nigeria) | Experiences with
for resource constrained countries
clients around cultural issues in cancer
S Gupta (India) | Metronomic therapy in prevention and management
breast cancer
Q&A
Panel discussion moderate by G Babu
(India) | Hormone refractory prostate
cancer
Panellists: S Bondarde (India), R Singh
(India), R Bharath (India), S Hingmire
(India)
Workshops
14:30-15:45
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
15:45-16:00
Workshops
16:00-17:30
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
18:00 - 20:00
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
Karam 2
Karam 3
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(100pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
SCIENCE OF GLOBAL CANCER
DISPARITIES
ONCOLOGY NURSING PRE-CONFERENCE GYNAECOLOGIC ONCOLOGIC
WORKSHOP
PATHOLOGY WORKSHOP
MASTERS CANCER ADVOCACY
WORKSHOP - PART 1
MEDICAL EDUCATION IN ONCOLOGY:
THE IMPACT OF THE E LEARNING
METHODOLOGY IN AFRICAN SETTINGS
Chair: F Olopade (USA)
Chair: M Obba (Morocco), A Oluwatosin Chairs: MI Diomande (Ivory Coast), F
(Nigeria), A Young (UK)
Ogunbiyi (Nigeria)
Chair: K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa), Chairs: L Denny (South Africa), A
F Odedina (USA), R Segal (USA)
Elzawawy (Egypt)
Speakers
Speakers
N Bouhajjair (Morocco) | Risk
management chemotherapy in a day
hospital
A Zeddou (Morocco) | Good practises of
administering chemotherapy in oncology
E Abong’o (Kenya) | Generic drugs or
dummies: How can nurses support
purchase of high quality chemotherapy
in public hospitals
M Bensalem (Morocco) | Therapeutic
education of patients on oral
chemotherapy
Discussion
Speakers
M Wells (UK) | The pathology of
gestational trophoblastic diseases
M Wells (UK) | Common problems in
consultation practice
Speakers
F Odedina (USA) and K Asante-Shongwe
(South Africa) | Welcome and opening
remarks
F Odedina (USA) | ABCs of Cancer
Advocacy Plan
K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa) |
Cancer advocacy in people of African
ancestry
R Segal (USA) | Evaluating your advocacy
programme
Speakers
A Sedano (Spain) | E-learning as a
significant option in developing countries
X Bosch Spain) | Cervical cancer
prevention in Africa
A Company (Spain) | Oncology training in
Africa
L Banda (Zambia) | Challenges and
opportunities in capacity building: the
PACT/IAEA VUCCnet Project
Comfort break
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
Karam 2
Karam 3
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(100pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
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SCIENCE OF GLOBAL CANCER
DISPARITIES
ONCOLOGY NURSING PRE-CONFERENCE GYNAECOLOGIC ONCOLOGIC
WORKSHOP
PATHOLOGY WORKSHOP
MASTERS CANCER ADVOCACY
WORKSHOP - PART 2
AACE
Chair: F Olopade (USA)
Chair: M Obba (Morocco), A Oluwatosin Chairs: O Adeyi (Canada), AA Banjo
(Nigeria), A Young (UK)
(Nigeria)
Chair: K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa), Chairs: TBA
F Odedina (USA), R Segal (USA)
Speakers
Speakers
H Mimouni (Morocco) | The relationship
between the nurse accompanying
mastectomy women and acceptance of
the new body image
A Naamaal (Uganda) | Psychological
aspect of cancer care
F Amagueroude (Morocco) | The
information provided by nurses to future
women ectomisées mas at the pole
gynécomammaire
M Zineb (Morocco) | Social care of a
person with cancer throughout his care
pathway
CEO Zineb (Morocco) Psychological
support for familes
Discussion
Speakers
AORTIC council meeting - Reda 3
Speakers
S Hauptmann (Germany) | Case
illustration II
NA Othieno-Abinya (Kenya) | Pathology
and clinical oncology divide: Bridging the
gap, a clinical oncologist's perspective
S Sayed (Kenya) | Pathology and clinical
oncology divide: Bridging the gap, a
pathologist's perspective
Concurrent Knowledge Sessions
K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa) | Policy
advocacy
F James (Nigeria) and M Mutebi (South
Africa) | Education advocacy
M Jackson Scroggins (USA) | Research
advocacy
VH Simons (Spain) | Fundraising
advocacy
E Munatswa (South Africa) | Support
advocacy
A Adams (USA) and IA Nwabukwu (USA)
| Community outreach advocacy
K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa) |
Teaching techniques and effective
strategies for training
F Odedina (USA) | Partnering with
researchers for effective advocacy
Take home programme exam
Speakers
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | Thursday, 19 November
07:00-17:30
Workshops
09:00-10:30
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
10:30-11:00
Workshops
11:00-13:00
CHAIR(S)
Registration
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
Karam 2
Karam 3
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(100pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
BIOBANKS
Support by IARC
PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY: WHEN A CHILD OR RESOURCES FOR CANCER CONTROL IN
ADOLESCENT HAS CANCER PART 1
AFRICAN COUNTRIES
Supported by IAEA/PACT
MASTERS CANCER ADVOCACY
WORKSHOP - PART 3
GLOBAL CANCER ADVOCACY AND
ACTION WORKSHOP
Supported by ACS
Chairs: A Benider (Morocco), G Dagher
(France), M Mendy (France)
Chairs: JC Holland (USA), J Marston
Chairs: N Enwerem-Bromson (Austria)
(South Africa)
Discussants: M Lazenby (USA), S Ndiaye
(Senegal)
Chair: K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa), Chairs: S Adebiyi (USA)
F Odedina (USA), R Segal (USA)
Chairs: A Kalebi (Kenya), L
Ngendahaho (Rwanda)
Speakers
M Mendy (France) | The BCNet - LMIC
biobank network: opportunity to build
biobank infrastructure in Africa
J Dillner (Sweden) | Biobanks, cohorts
and registries: Essential research
infrastructures for global cancer control
S Kyobe (Uganda) | Transformation of
biobanking in LMIC: A Ugandan
perspective
M Henderson (USA) | Sustainability in
biobanking: How planning for quality and
use increases the value of your bank to
the community
Speakers
Speakers
A Elzawawy (Egypt) | Welcome
WHO Representative | Opening
remarks
C Asuzu (Nigeria), JC Holland (USA), M
Watson (UK) | Introduction
C Asuzu (Nigeria) and A Patenaude (USA)
| Communication with children and
young adults with cancer and their
siblings
M Grootenhuis (Netherlands) and P
Odiyo (Kenya) | Supporting patients and
families where a child has cancer - even
at a distance
Speakers
Programme exam feedback and
discussion
Student Leadership Initiative
The American Cancer Society Student
Leadership Initiative training program is a
comprehensive leadership experience
Concurrent Action Sessions
geared toward developing leadership
K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa) | Policy capacity by focusing on progressive
advocacy
conceptions of leadership, action
F James (Nigeria) and M Mutebi (South planning and empowering student and
Africa) | Education advocacy
young professional leaders.
M Jackson Scroggins (USA) | Research
advocacy
VH Simons (Spain) | Fundraising
advocacy
E Munatswa (South Africa) | Support
advocacy
A Adams (USA) and IA Nwabukwu (USA)
| Community outreach advocacy
Speakers
A Adesina (USA) | Introduction
R Hanane (Morocco) | Welcome
P Jackson (UK)| Essentials of tissue
fixation and processing for
immunohistochemistry
P Jackson (UK) | Pre-treatment and
principles of antigen retrieval
At Hospital
Tea break / exhibition / posters - Royal Ballroom
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
Karam 2
Karam 3
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(100pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
CANCER REGISTRATION
PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY: WHEN A CHILD OR RESOURCES FOR CANCER CONTROL IN
ADOLESCENT HAS CANCER PART 2
AFRICAN COUNTRIES
Supported by IAEA/PACT
SCIENCE OF GLOBAL CANCER
ADVOCACY WORKSHOP - PART 1
GLOBAL CANCER ADVOCACY AND
ACTION WORKSHOP
Supported by ACS
Chairs: A Benider (Morocco), DM Parkin Chairs: JC Holland (USA), J Marston
(UK)
(South Africa)
Discussants: M Lazenby (USA), S Ndiaye
(Senegal)
Chairs: N Enwerem-Bromson (Austria)
Chair: K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa), Chairs: S Adebiyi (USA)
F Odedina (USA), R Segal (USA)
At Hospital
PATHOLOGY
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY
WORKSHOP
PATHOLOGY
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY
WORKSHOP
Lab scientists and interested
pathologists
M Gandy (??) and P Jackson (UK) |
Practical hands on
immunohistochemistry
Chairs: OG Ogun (Nigeria), EK Wiredu
(Ghana)
PROGRAMME
13:00-14:30
Lunch Sessions
Speakers
A Korir (Kenya) | Cancer registration in
Africa 2015
C Dzamalala (Malawi) | Oesophageal
Cancer in Africa
S Manraj (Mauritius) | Studying cancer
survival in African populations
G N'da (Ivory Coast) | Trends in the
incidence of cancer in Africa
DC Stefan (South Africa) | Childhood
cancer in Africa
O Ogunbiyi (Nigeria) | “Cancer in Africa”:
IARC/AFCRN monograph
F Bray (France) | Linking data to action:
the Global Initiative for Cancer Registry
Development
I Ekanem (Nigeria) | Breast cancer
biology study interim results: Hormone
receptors in West, East and Southern
Africa
Speakers
Speakers
A Patenaude (USA) | Emotion-Focused
Therapy, Play Therapy, and other psychooncology techniques
J Marston (South Africa) and P Odiyo
(Kenya) | Pain, emotional and physical:
how palliative care can help children
cope with cancer
M Grootenhuis (Netherlands), and S
Ndiaye (Senegal) | Surviving and thriving
Speakers
Student Leadership Initiative
F Odedina (USA) | Welcome remarks
Continued.
K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa) and VH
Simons (Spain) | Certification ceremony:
2015 Master Trainers
L Denny (South Africa) | Cancer in Africa
VH Simons (Spain) | Use of information
and communications technologies (ICTs)
for Advocacy
DD Ricks (USA) | The art and science of
patient navigator
D Oluwole (USA) | Public-private
partnerships for successful advocacy
programmes
Panel discussion
Lunch - Royal Ballroom
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(250pax cinema)
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13:15-14:15
THURSDAY
Chairs: N Fabien (Rwanda), DC Stefan
(South Africa)
Speakers
S Horton (Canada) | Essential package
for cancer and its cost (findings from
Disease Control Priorities)
N Fabien (Rwanda) | Cancer survival
determined by income
A Elzawawy (Egypt) | Value and not only
cost is what counts
P Bey (France) | Early diagnosis means
higher cure rate and lower costs:
Example of retinoblastoma
DC Stefan (South Africa) | The way
forward (interactive discussion): role of
partnerships and collaborations
PROGRAMME
14:30-15:45
CHAIR(S)
Speakers
O Rotimi (UK) | Interpretation of IHC:
caveats and pitfalls
J Thomas-Ogunniyi (USA) | Application
of IHC in the diagnosis of
undifferentiated epithelial tumour
O Rotimi (UK) | Application of IHC in
the diagnosis of undifferentiated
spindle cell tumours
BRAINSTORMING THE FUTURE OF
ACE-NET (HEALTH ECONOMICS)
CHAIR(S)
Workshops
Alternative programme for
pathologists not attending practical
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Karam 3
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(100pax cinema)
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CANCER CONTROL IN LUSOPHONE
COUNTRIES
PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY: DEPENDANT
CHILDREN OF PARENTS WITH CANCER
PART 1
RESOURCES FOR CANCER CONTROL IN
AFRICAN COUNTRIES
Supported by IAEA/PACT
SCIENCE OF GLOBAL CANCER
ADVOCACY WORKSHOP - PART 2
GLOBAL CANCER ADVOCACY AND
ACTION WORKSHOP
Supported by ACS
Chairs: F Miguel (Angola), LA Santini
(Brasil), L Lara Santos (Brasil)
Chairs: JC Holland (USA), K Stein (USA)
Discussants: L Harvey (USA), J Marston
(South Africa)
Chairs: N Enwerem-Bromson (Austria)
Chair: K Asante-Shongwe (South Africa), Chairs: S Adebiyi (USA)
F Odedina (USA), R Segal (USA)
At Hospital
PATHOLOGY
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY
WORKSHOP
Lab scientists and interested
pathologists
M Gandy (??) and P Jackson (UK) |
Practical hands on
immunohistochemistry
Chairs: C Okolo (Nigeria), E Vuhahula
(Tanzania)
PROGRAMME
Speakers
A Armando (Angola) | Cancer
Epidemiology in Angola
C Ferreira (Mozambique) | Cancer plan
of Mozambique
H Borges (Cape Verde) | Cancer plan of
Cap Vert
M Nalamba (Guinea Bissau) | Cancer in
Guiné Bissau
Speakers
Speakers
A Patenaude (USA) and M Watson (UK) |
The impact of parental illness on
children, adolescents and young adults
C Asuzu (Nigeria), M Lazenby (USA), and
P Odiyo (Kenya) | Supportive services for
children and families when a parent has
cancer
Speakers
Introductory Session
Advocacy expo and poster presentations Review the key elements of Direct Action
Organizing (DAO), a proven and effective
organizing approach to build and
mobilize your organization using
strategic planning and tactical methods
that enable us to win concrete victories
that improve people’s lives.
Alternative programme for
pathologists not attending practical
Speakers
A Adesina (USA) | Application of IHC in
the diagnosis of brain tumours
T Elghetany (USA) | Application of IHC
in the diagnosis of lymphomas
Choosing Problems and Issues
Learn how to objectively choose and
“frame” the issues you are working on to
successfully build your grassroots and
increase the chances of winning the
issues.
15:45-16:00
Workshops
16:00-17:30
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
18:00-19:30
19:45-21:30
Comfort break
Fez 1
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Karam 1
Karam 2
Karam 3
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(100pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
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CANCER CONTROL IN FRANCOPHONE
COUNTRIES
PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY: DEPENDANT
CHILDREN OF PARENTS WITH CANCER
PART 2
RESOURCES FOR CANCER CONTROL IN
AFRICAN COUNTRIES
Supported by IAEA/PACT
SCIENCE OF GLOBAL CANCER
ADVOCACY WORKSHOP - PART 3
GLOBAL CANCER ADVOCACY AND
ACTION WORKSHOP
Supported by ACS
PATHOLOGY
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY
WORKSHOP
Chairs: M Bennani (Morocco), P Ndom
(Cameroon)
Chairs: JC Holland (USA)
Chairs: N Enwerem-Bromson (Austria)
Discussants: L Harvey (USA), M Lazenby
(USA), J Marston (South Africa), S Ndiaye
(Senegal)
Chair: F Odedina (USA)
Chairs: S Adebiyi (USA)
Chairs: A Adesina (USA), O Rotimi (UK)
Speakers
Advocacy expo and poster presentations
continued
Advocacy closing ceremony
Strategy Session
Learn the five major elements of a
“strategy chart” and identify the right
questions to ask in the pursuit of a
winning campaign. Begin to identify
issues and develop a real life “strategy
chart” for your campaign!
Speakers
All faculty | Troubleshooting and
quality assurance in IHC
Speakers
Speakers
Speakers
E Belembaogo (Gabon) | Programme de Round table of faculty and participants:
lutte contre le cancer au Gabon
formulating action plans for the future of
L Belakhel (Morocco) | Programme
training, services, education, research
National de Prévention et de Contrôle du and collaborative efforts
Cancer 2010-2019 : bilan de mi-parcours - JC Holland (USA) and M Watson (UK) |
Maroc
Closing remarks
M Harif (Morocco) | Contrôle de
l’oncologie pédiatrique dans les pays
africains francophones
M Nayama (Niger) | Détection précoce
des cancers du sein et du col utérin dans
la région de Niamey - Niger
M Mostafa (Mauritania) | Bilan du
Centre National d’Oncologie de
Nouakchott - Mauritanie
R Bekkali (Morocco) | Ecole Africaine
d’Oncologie - Maroc
OPENING CEREMONY - Ministers Amphitheatre
WELCOME RECEPTION - Menara Area
DAY 1 | FRIDAY, 20 NOVEMBER
07:00-17:30
Early morning
roundtables
07:15-08:20
CHAIR(S)
Registration
Royal Ballroom
Royal Ballroom
Royal Ballroom
IMPACT INEQUITY ON CANCER CARE
RADIOTHERAPY ROUNDTABLE
UEMS AND AORTIC
Chairs: L Denny (South Africa)
Chairs: A Benider (Morocco), S Souha
(Morocco)
Chairs: A Elzawawy (Egypt), S Turhal
(Turkey)
Royal Ballroom
At Hospital
PROGRAMME
Keynote Lecture
Speakers
Speakers
S Sahraoui (Morocco) | Paediatric
radiation therapy in Morocco
N Benchkroun (Morocco) and A Benider
(Morocco) | Hypofractioned
radiotherapy: anti cancer Mohammed VI
Centre experience
H Jouhadi (Morocco) | IMRT in prostate
cancer
Discussion on future collaboration of
AORTIC and the Newly Established
European Union of Medical Specialties
(UEMS) Medical Oncology Section
Ministers Amphitheatre
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
08:30-09:00
CANCER IN AFRICA
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
09:00:-09:10
Plenaries
Chair: A Elzawawy (Egypt)
Speaker: M Moeti (Botswana)
10 minutes transition time
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
BREAST CANCER PLENARY
Supported by ACS
Chairs: A Baskies (USA), L Cairncross
(South Africa), F Olopade (USA), B WiafeAddai (Ghana)
HAEMATOLOGY
Speakers
Speakers
Ian Magrath (Belgium) | Progress in
understanding the pathogenesis of
Burkitt lymphoma: Potential significance
to disease control
I Okpala (Nigeria) | Molecular basis of
understanding and overcoming
resistance to tyrosine kinase inhibitors
L Leoncini (Italy) | Immunophenotyping
of lymphoid neoplasms in Africa: How
successful is it, and how can it be
strengthened?
NA Othieno-Abinya (Kenya) | Targeting
cancer steam cells: Will this be the
beginning of the end or the end of the
beginning?
09:10-10:30
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
10:30-11:00
Workshops
11:00-13:00
CHAIR(S)
Chairs: NA Othieno-Abinya (Kenya), Y
Mlombe (Malawi), Z Moloo (Kenya), M
Ogwang (Uganda)
Tea break / exhibition / posters - Royal Ballroom
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema)
(250pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
BREAST CANCER WORKSHOP
Supported by ACS
UROLOGY CANCER
MALIGNANCIES IN THE SETTING OF HIV FREE COMMUNICATION OF ABSTRACTS FREE COMMUNICATION OF ABSTRACTS
INFECTION
1
2
Supported by NCI and ACS
Chairs: A Baskies (USA), L Cairncross
Chairs: S Afqir (Morocco), SM Gueye
(South Africa), F Olopade (USA), B Wiafe- (Senegal)
Addai (Ghana)
Chairs: Y Bensouda (Morocco), A Jemal
(USA), R Yarchoan (USA)
Chairs: C Berling (France), S Mohammed Chairs: R Belbaraka (Morocco), K
(Sudan)
Elshamby (Egypt)
Speakers
Speakers
Speakers
Speakers
R Yarchoan (USA) | Introduction
J Martin (USA) | Kaposi's Sarcoma in
Africa: Progress and challenges
E Rohner (Switzerland) | Kaposi sarcoma
incidence rate in HIV-infect children on
antiretroviral therapy from Southern
Africa, Europe and ASIA/Pacific
W Phipps (USA) | Frequency and
predictors of early mortality among
patients treated for HIV-associated
Kaposi Sarcoma in Uganda
N Busakhala (Kenya) | Lymphoma in HIV
in Africa: New progress
S Gopal (Malawi) | Chop is feasible for
HIV-associated non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
in the art era in Malawi
N Mugisha (Uganda) | Predictors of late
state presentation of cervical cancer in
HIV infected Ugandan women
T Ngoma (Tanzania) | The changing
pattern of ano-rectal cancer, squamous
cell carcinoma of the eye, and Hodgkin's
Lymphoma as non-AIDS defining cancers,
but HIV status, in Tanzania over 11 years
G Kirk (USA) | Hepatic cancers in Africa
Closing remarks and discussion
Speakers
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
CANCER SURVIVORS FORUM
Supported by ACS
Fez 1
Fez 2
AFRICAN REGIONAL MEETING ON NCCP ELEKTA
Karam 1
GSK
Chairs: A McMikel (USA)
Chairs: I Adewole (Nigeria), F Odedina
(USA), DC Stefan (South Africa)
Speakers
B Chapman (USA) | Global Relay For Life
A McMikel (USA) | Meet the Targets
F James (Nigeria) | Global Scholars
A Korir (Kenya) | ACS Meet The Targets
(MTT) grantee
Speakers
FA Chite (Kenya) | Kenya's example
S Manraj (Mauritius) | Mauritius: what
works and what doesn't
R Hassan (Nigeria) | Experiences from
Nigeria
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema)
(250pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
FRIDAY
PROGRAMME
Lunch Sessions
13:15-14:15
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
Workshops
14:30-15:45
CHAIR(S)
RADIATION AND CHEMOTHERAPY
NATIONAL CANCER CONTROL
PROGRAMME
Chairs: A Benider (Morocco), A Elzawawy Chairs: I Adewole (Nigeria), Y Chami
(Egypt), H Simonds (South Africa)
(Morocco), DC Stefan (South Africa)
ONCOLOGY NURSING
Chairs:
CANCER BIOLOGY: PRECISION MEDICINE FREE COMMUNICATION OF ABSTRACTS
3
Chair: M Obba (Morocco), A Oluwatosin Chairs: M Foti (USA), S Mohammed
Chairs: M Bennani (Morocco), C Williams
(Nigeria), A Young (UK)
(Sudan)
(USA)
PROGRAMME
15:45-16:00
Workshops
16:00-17:30
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
18:00
Speakers
A Elzawawy (Egypt) | Introduction
M Gospodarowicz (Canada) | Global Task
Force on Radiotherapy for Cancer
Control (GTFRCC): Closing the equity gap
A Benider (Morocco) | Approach to
radiotherapy resource sparing in North
Africa
H Simonds (South Africa) | Online tools
to add decision-making in chemotherapy
Discussion
Speakers
C Stefan (South Africa) Overview of
National Cancer Control Programmes in
Africa
B Bambara (Burkina Faso) | National
Cancer Control Porgramme in Burkina
Faso
S Meyer (South Africa) | Status on
oncology in South Africa: What should
the priorities be in establishing an NCCP?
G Bukhman (Rwanda) | Synergies
between cancer and other NCDs: Moving
planning from interventions to platforms
Speakers
Speakers
A Young (UK) | Introduction: Defining the
role of oncology nurses in advancing
cancer control in Africa
L Maree (South Africa) | Range of skills
required by oncology trained nurses
A Naamala (Uganda) | The need for
accredited oncology nursing training
M Obba (Morocco) | The universitisation
nursing education in Africa: the
challenges of the management nursing
care in oncology / L’universitarisation de
la formation infirmière en Afrique: les
enjeux de la gestion des soins infirmier
en cancérologie
Discussion
Speakers
Comfort break
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema)
(250pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
RADIATION AND CHEMOTHERAPY
NATIONAL CANCER CONTROL
PROGRAMME
Chairs: A Benider (Morocco), A Elzawawy Chairs: I Adewole (Nigeria), Y Chami
(Egypt), H Simonds (South Africa)
(Morocco), DC Stefan (South Africa)
ONCOLOGY NURSING
Speakers
A Benider (Morocco) | Introduction
V Vanderpuye (Ghana) | Modern
chemotherapy guidelines in a resourcelimited setting
J Kigula-Mugambe (Uganda) | AFROG:
Strategies to improve radiotherapy in
Africa
T Ngoma (Tanzania) | Innovative use of
ICT in radiation oncoloy
A Elzawawy (Egypt) | The third
revolution in healthcare: Fields of
radiotherapy and chemotherapy of
cancer
Discussion
Speakers
Speakers
D Makumi (Kenya) | Nursing oncology
curriculum development for African
nurses: The progress so far
H Hababa (Morocco) | Role of nursing
education in oncology to establish the
bridge between practise and research
L Rakibi (Morocco) | The development of
applied research in oncology nursing
care
A El Mrini (Morocco) | Role of nursing in
medical and clinical research
Discussion
A Oluwatosin | Close session
Speakers
K AitTaleb (Morocco) | What would be
the contribution of the new Cancer
Research Institute for the control of
cancer in Africa?
R Bekkali (Morocco) | Keys to success of
a National Control Cancer Plan in a
developing country
I Adewole (Nigeria) | Why collaborate to
deliver an NCCP in Africa?
Can collaboration between regions
work? Discussion between AORTIC
African regional Vice Presidents.
CANCER BIOLOGY: PRECISION MEDICINE FREE COMMUNICATION OF ABSTRACTS
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Chair: M Obba (Morocco), A Oluwatosin Chairs: M Foti (USA), S Mohammed
Chairs: L Ngendahayo (Burundi), J
(Nigeria), A Young (UK)
(Sudan)
Nsonde Malanda (Congo, Republic)
AORTIC GENERAL MEETING (MEMBERS ONLY) - Fez 1
DAY 2 | SATURDAY, 21 NOVEMBER
07:00-17:30
Early morning
roundtables
07:15-08:20
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
Registration
Royal Ballroom
Royal Ballroom
Royal Ballroom
ENVIRONMENT AND CANCER
PAN AFRICAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION MSD
OF SURGEOSN (PAWAS)
Chairs:
Speakers
Chairs: M Mutebi (Kenya)
Speakers
Chairs: TBA
Speakers
Speakers
Keynote Lecture
Ministers Amphitheatre
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
08:30-09:00
THE ECONOMIC CASE FOR TOBACCO
CONTROL IN AFRICA
Supported by ACS
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
09:00:-09:10
Plenaries
Chairs: SM Gueye (Senegal)
Speaker: C Ngeywo (Kenya)
10 minutes transition time
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
09:10-10:30
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
10:30-11:00
Workshops
11:00-13:00
CHAIR(S)
CERVIX PLENARY
TBA
Chairs: N Broutet (Switzerland), G Dreyer Chairs: TBA
(South Africa), L Ramondetta (USA), R
Sankaranarayanan (France)
Speakers
Speakers
L Abousselham (Morocco) | Progress
made in prevention and cure of cervical
cancer in the developing world
G Dreyer (South Africa) | Remove the
cervix not the uterus: Safe and intelligent
fertility sparing treatment for early stage
disease
L Ramondetta (USA) | Targeted lymph
node dissection: imaging and sampling
suspicious lymph nodes
N Broutet (Switzerland) | Barriers to
providing cervical cancer treatment in
Low-Middle Income Countries
L Denny (South Africa) | Bevacizumag
extends survival in cervical cancer
recurrent, but at what cost?
R Sankaranarayanan (France) | When
treatment doesn't prolong life (or isn't
available): Defining minimum standards
for best supportive care
Panel
Tea break / exhibition / posters - Royal Ballroom
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema)
(250pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
PRIORITY ACTIONS FOR
COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CONTROL
INTERVENTIONS IN AFRICAN
COUNTRIES
Supported by IAEA/PACT and
WHO/AFRO
PALLIATIVE CARE AND PAIN RELIEF:
UPGRADING ONCOLOGY SERVICES BY
INTEGRATING PALLIATIVE CARE
Supported by ACS
BURKITT LYMPHOMA: BRIDGING THE
GAP BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE AND
TREATMENT OR PREVENTION
SEXUALITY AND CANCER
THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIPS IN
BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER
CONTROL
Supported by Susan G. Komen
Chairs: S Boutayeb (Morocco), N
Enwerem-Bromson (Austria)
Chairs: E Garanganga (Zimbabwe), E
Luyirika (Uganda), M O'Brien (USA), O
Soyannwo (Nigeria)
Chairs: S Mbulaiteye (USA), P Odada
Sumba (Kenya), EH Warren (USA)
Chairs: H Errihani (Morocco), SM Gueye Chairs: J Salerno (USA)
(Senegal), L Incrocci (The Netherlands)
SATURDAY
PROGRAMME
13:00-14:30
Lunch Sessions
13:15-14:15
Speakers
Speakers
S Boutayeb (Morocco) and N Enwerem- A Merriman (Uganda) | Introduction
Bromson (Austria) | Opening remarks
T Onyeka (Nigeria) | TBC
and introduction
J Amandua (Uganda) | TBC
M Parkin (UK) | The cancer registration M Gyakobo (Ghana) | TBC
situation in Africa
R Bekkali (Morocco) | The Moroccan
cancer plan: Steps and prioritisation of
interventions
D Oluwole (USA) | Integrated strategies
for prevention and early detection of
women cancers
R Sullivan (UK) | Affordability of cancer
care: Challenges of targeted therapies in
LMI countries
K Lishimpi (Zambia) | Capacity building
radiation oncology: Challenges and
possible solutions for Africa
J Orem (Uganda) | Cancer research in
Africa: the Uganda Cancer Institute /
Hutchinson Centre cancer alliance model
of collaboration
J Abdou (Mauritania) | South-South
cooperation in Oncology
A Ly (France) | Disseminating best
practices across the region
Representative from WHO | Health
financing: Ensuring equitable access to
cancer care
Q&A Session
S Boutayeb (Morocco) and N EnweremBromson (Austria) | Summary
Lunch / exhibition / posters - Royal Ballroom
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
Workshops
14:30-15:45
Speakers
E Warren (USA) | Pathogenesis of
African Burkitt lymphoma: Confronting
the enigma
L Leoncini (Italy) | Is Burkitt lymphoma a
Polymicrobial Disease?
K Lombardo (USA) | Dissecting the role
of the B-cell receptor in African Burkitt
lymphoma
K Bhatia (USA) | EBV Variants in Burkitt
lymphoma
L Ayers (USA) | Small molecules for
treatment of EBV-positive Burkitt
lymphoma
S Mbulaiteye (USA) | Malaria infection is
protective for Burkitt lymphoma:
Reformulation of the malaria dogma
M Yeager (USA) | Population genetics
structure of populations at risk of Burkitt
lymphoma: Insights from the EMBLEM
Study
L Prokunina-Olsson (USA) | Novel genetic
risk factors of BL: Providing new
directions for Burkitt lymphoma research
E Molynuex (Malawi) | Conference
thoughts about treatment of Burkitt
lymphoma in Africa
Speakers
Speakers
H Errihani (Morocco) | Introduction
H Boussen (Tunisia) | Tunisian
experience about sexuality and cancer
Y Sbitti (Morocco) | Sexuality and
cancer: The Moroccan experience
L Ramondetta (USA) | TBC
L Incrocci (The Netherlands) | Dealing
with sexual issues after radiotherapy for
urologic malignancies
M Ndoye (Senegal) | Dealing with sexual
issues after surgery for urologic
malignancies
Discussion and conclusion
Fez 1
SHIFTING THE RADIOTHERAPY
TREATMENT PARADIGM IN AFRICA:
PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF
VARIAN'S ACCESS TO CARE PROGRAM
Chairs: J-M Valentim (Switzerland)
Speakers
J-M Valentim (Switzerland) |
Introduction
J Parkes (South Africa) | Current state of
radiotherapy training and teaching in
Africa
H Burger (South Africa) | A collaborative
approach on implementing 3DCRT
techniques across Africa
J Parkes (South Africa) | Lessons and
experience from first clinical course
Q&A
Fez 2
IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE
Supported by NCI
Karam 1
MSD
Chairs: S Sivaram (USA)
Speakers
S Sivaram (USA) | Overview of
implementation science research for
cancer control
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema)
(250pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
PAEDIATRIC ONCOLOGY: CHILDHOOD
CANCER IN AFRICA AND THE ROLE OF
INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
PALLIATIVE CARE AND PAIN RELIEF:
BIG CAT
CLINICAL UPDATES - RELIEVING PAIN IN Supported by NCI
THE ONCOLOGY SETTING
Supported by ACS
BLADDER CANCER IN AFRICA
FREE COMMUNICATION OF ABSTRACTS
5
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
15:45-16:00
Workshops
16:00-17:30
CHAIR(S)
Chairs: M Harif (Morocco), T Kutlek
(Turkey), DC Stefan (South Africa)
Chairs: E Luyirika (Uganda), E
Ngaranganga (Zimbabwe), M O'Brien
(USA), O Soyannwo (Nigeria)
Chairs: JF Holland (USA), M Williams
(USA)
Chairs: R Belbaraka (Morocco), SM
Gueye (Senegal), I Sarf (Morocco)
Chairs: H Errihani (Morocco), JF Holland
(USA)
Speakers
DC Stefan (South Africa) | Introduction
J Welch (USA) | Partnering with NCI
T Kutluk (Turkey) | Global Paediatric
Cancer Control
M Harif (Morocco) | GRAOP - it works!
Speakers
A Adenipekun (Nigeria) | TBC
E Munyoro (Egypt) | TBC
Speakers
M Williams (USA) | Introduction and
overview of BIG Cat Programme
GO Ogun (Nigeria) | Nasopharyngeal
Carcinomas in Nigerians
F Okuku (Uganda) | Impact of clinical
guidelines for Kaposi's Sarcoma in
Uganda
C Dickens (South Africa) | Breast
Carcinoma Receptor subtypes in HIV+
and HIV- women
Speakers
Speakers
R Belbaraka (Morocco) | Introduction
L Niang (Senegal) | Support advance
cancer of the bladder in Sub-Saharan
Africa
N Ismaili (Morocco) | Neo adjuvant
chemotherapy for bladder cancer
tumours
IA Halim (Egypt) | Radiotherapy and
concomitant chemo-radiotherapy of
bladder carcinoma
MS Moudouni (Morocco) | Laparoscopic
cystectomy for bladder cancer tumours
Discussion
SM Gueye (Senegal) and I Sarf (Morocco)
| Conclusion
Comfort break
Ministers Amphitheatre
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
(1500pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema)
(250pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
PAEDIATRIC ONCOLOGY: CHILDHOOD
CANCER IN AFRICA AND THE ROLE OF
INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
PALLIATIVE CARE AND PAIN RELIEF:
PAIN-FREE HOSPITAL INITIATIVE - A
LOW-COST APPROACH TO TRAINING
HEALTH WORKERS
Supported by ACS
BIG CAT
Supported by NCI
AN AFRICAN SURGICAL NETWORK
FREE COMMUNICATION OF ABSTRACTS
6
Chairs: M Harif (Morocco), T Kutlek
(Turkey), DC Stefan (South Africa)
Chairs: E Luyirika (Uganda), E
Ngaranganga (Zimbabwe), M O'Brien
(USA), O Soyannwo (Nigeria)
Chairs: JF Holland (USA), M Williams
(USA)
Chairs: S Rayne (South Africa), B WiafeAddai (Ghana)
Chairs: R Anorlu (Nigeria), Y Bensouda
(Morocco)
PROGRAMME
19:30-23:00
Speakers
K Dollman (South Africa) | Role of
parents group on the African continent
P Bey | Partnering with Alliance
Mondiale Contre le Cancer (AMCC)
AJ Jacques (Ivory Coast) | Childhood
cancer in Western Africa
Discussion and closing remarks
Speakers
Z Gizachew (Ethiopia) | TBC
J Yakubu (Nigeria) | TBC
E Muinga (Kenya) | TBC
GALA DINNER - Royal Ballroom
DAY 3 | SUNDAY 22 NOVEMBER
07:00-17:30
Early morning
roundtables
07:15-08:20
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
Keynote Lecture
Registration
Royal Ballroom
PAIN MANAGEMENT IN CANCER CARE
Chairs: L Gwyther (South Africa), S Kibel
(South Africa), E Luyirika (Uganda), L
Ramondetta (USA)
Royal Ballroom
UPSCALING CA-CERVIX SCREENING
PROGRAMMES
Chairs: N Broutet (Switzerland), G
Parham (Zambia), R Sankaranarayanan
(France)
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
08:30-09:00
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
09:00:-09:10
Plenaries
09:10-10:30
UNDAY
CHAIR(S)
CERVICAL CANCER
Supported by ACS
Chairs: I Adewole (Nigeria)
Speaker: S Cowal (USA)
10 minutes transition time
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
Fez 1
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
LIVER AND GIT
Supported by IARC
Chairs: I Chemin (France), M Mendy
(France), E Okeke (Nigeria)
PATHOLOGY PLENARY
Chairs: A Abayomi (South Africa), A
Benider (Morocco), A Adesina (USA), J-M
Kabongo-Mpolesha (DR Congo)
Speakers
LG Farrant (South Africa) | Life-limiting
progressive malignant disease
EN Onwudiwe (Nigeria) | Treatment of
women who tested positive to VIA and
VILI
S Wiafe (Ghana) | Knowledge, attitudes
and practices: Early detection breast
BIT CAT Cohort 1 Awardee Presentation Post BIG CAT Programme research
outcomes/accomplishments
Session discussion Q&A
Speakers
Speakers
B Anderson (USA) | Global surgery in
Africa: post-Lancet and moving forward
A Ousadden (Morocco) | Challenges in
surgical oncology training in Africa:
where we are and where we need to be
SM Gueye (Senegal) | Leading from the
front: setting realistic targets and rethinking surgical oncology training and
services in Sub-Saharan Africa
B Wiafe-Addai (Ghana) | International
and global networks: previous
experiences in reach out and what is
achievable
S Rayne (South Africa) | Growing African
research and training networks: what are
the possibilities and models for intracontinental collaboration?
Panel discussion and resolution on
forward work
SUNDAY
PROGRAMME
10:30-11:00
Workshops
11:00-12:00
CHAIR(S)
PROGRAMME
Speakers
R Njie (Gambia) | Epidemiology of HCC in
Africa: role of viral hepatitis
MR Thursz (UK) | Role of vaccination and
treatment of HBV in HCC prevention
M Lemoine (UK) | Control of HCV
transmission including treatment as
prevention
MM Ka (Senegal) | Is ultrasound
surveillance relevant in Africa?
R Njie (Gambia) | The GIT cancer burden
(excluding liver)
Speakers
A Adesina (USA) | Introduction
GP Paner (USA) | Diagnostic issues and
recent advances in prostatic carcinoma
J Kagan (USA) | Telepathology and
emerging technology for resource
challenges environments
Tea break / exhibition / posters - Royal Ballroom
Ambassadors Amphitheatre
Fez 1
Fez 2
Karam 1
(450pax auditorium - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema - with interpretation)
(250pax cinema)
(100pax cinema)
NUTRITION AND CANCER
Supported by World Cancer Research
Fund International
GERMLINE GENETICS AND CANCERS
FREE COMMUNICATION OF ABSTRACTS FREE COMMUNICATION OF ABSTRACTS
7
8
Chairs: M Wiseman (UK)
Chairs: P Pharoah (UK), R Ramesar
Chairs: D Amadori (Italy), M Khouchani
(South Africa)
(Morocco)
Speakers
Speakers
Speakers
M Wiseman (UK) | Introduction to World P Pharoah (UK) | Introduction
Cancer Research Fund and the
E Dareng (Nigeria) | Genetics of
Continuous Update Project
persistent HPV infection
A Jackson (UK) | Recent findings on diet, Y Hamdi (Tunisia) | Genetics of breast
nutrition, physical activity and cancer
cancer amongst North Africa populations
from the Continuous Update Project
S Rinaldi (France) | Influences of diet,
physical activity, body size on breast
cancer in South Africa: a study of African
women in transition
Plenary
12:10-13:10
Ambassadors Amphitheater
CLOSING CEREMONY
13:30-14:30
AORTIC council meeting - Reda 3
Chairs: F Miguel (Angola), P Ndom
(Cameroon)
Speakers
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