6 Innovation Areas Liver Cancer Specialists Need to Master
As fellows and translational researchers/HCPs build their knowledge of the liver cancer speciality, you need to know which innovations are shaping primary liver cancer. Here are 6 of the key ones that will help you proficiently offer improved liver cancer treatment and patient care.
Antivirals Knowing the effect of antiviral treatments on the natural history of HCC Curative treatments Understanding the when and how of using curative treatments (transplantation, resection and ablation) in the management of early HCC Pathogenesis of HCC A thorough understanding of the pathogenesis of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and how best to translate this knowledge in clinical practice Pathology Defining the role of pathology in HCC management Radiology Knowing how radiology can help in the diagnosis of HCC and assessing the radiological response of HCC SIRT & TKIs Assessing the evidence about SIRT and tyrosine kinase inhibitors in the treatment of advanced HCC
These topics also form the backbone of the forthcoming ILCA School of Liver Cancer. Originally planned to be held in Paris, France, we are now offering you the chance to join the expert faculty and fellow attendees remotely. Join us on 11-12 December for the first Virtual ILCA School and learn from the best! We have discounted tickets available for trainees, residents and ILCA Members.
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