The recent edition of the prestigious ILCA School of Liver Cancer has just been held and was an enormous success. Again, a sell-out event; it was this time in Chicago on 26-27 May. Thanks to the great contribution of our hosts The University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Rush University and Loyola University – their multi-centre collaboration was a case-study in its own right!
“We were distinctly honoured to be granted the opportunity to run the ILCA School by the governing board. We had a world class faculty, presenting cutting edge topics with contemporary data, topped off with lively yet respectful debate. We all share a passion for helping patients with HCC and Cholangiocarcinoma, and the 1.5 day school embodied that spirit.” – Riad Salem MD MBA, Northwestern University
A word from our delegates:
“It was an extraordinary meeting. Thank you very much for organizing it. Great format and it was nice to learn from everyone’s experience. The food was delicious, and the view was fantastic. Thank you very much for inviting me, and it was a pleasure and honor to participate.” – Juan Carlos Caicedo, MD. FACS, Northwestern Memorial Hospital
“Great topics, conversation, company, and middle eastern food. Looking forward to doing this again sometime soon.” – Robert J. Lewandowski, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
“Great program and great photo. Honored to be a part of this endeavor.” – Sheila Eswaran, MD, MS, Rush University Medical Center
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