Learn the latest in clinical practice and research in liver cancer
25 February, 2021 | 7am EST | 1pm CET | 8pm SGT
As 2021 gets into gear, ILCA’s liver cancer experts present this webinar based on key selected sessions of the ILCA 2020 Annual Conference.
Join ILCA’s first webinar of the year to learn about 2020’s key takeaways on prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and care of liver cancer patients as well as the latest in clinical practice and research in liver cancer.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Overview of ILCA Annual Conference 2020
ILCA guidance on systemic therapies in HCC – key points and critical findings
New developments in sequencing therapies in HCC – best workshop presentations with results and conclusions
Summary of clinical studies – new data and results from the studies presented at #ILCA20
Summay of basic / translational research
This event is free to join. Register Now to reserve your complimentary seat.
Augusto Villanueva Assistant Professor in the Liver Cancer Program,
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York
Stephen Chan Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Oncology, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Lorenza Rimassa Associate Professor of Medical Oncology, Humanitas University,
Deputy Director Medical Oncology Unit, Humanitas Cancer Center, IRCCS Humanitas Research Hospital, Milan, Italy
Joong-Won Park Professor, Principal Scientist, Center for Liver and Pancreatobiliary Cancer, National Cancer Center, Korea
Jean-Charles Nault Associate Professor in Liver unit, Jean Verdier Hospital, Bondy, France
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