Regional Meeting, Leeds, 17 May 2019
by Simon Rodwell | 1 January 2019 08:00
The 2019 Melanoma Focus Regional Meeting will be held on Friday 17 May, at the Royal Armouries. It will be hosted by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and organised by Mr Howard Peach.
Follow this link to register.
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Mr Howard Peach, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Factors modifying melanoma survival
Professor Julia Newton-Bishop, University of Leeds
Neutrophil/lymphocyte/platelet ratios – predicting patients at risk
Alyss Robinson, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
How does immunotherapy work?
Dr Elaine Vickers, Science Communicated
The identification of high risk melanoma patients with regard to systemic treatment
Dr Alexander van Akkooi, Netherlands Cancer Institute
Symposium sponsored by Pierre Fabre
What role does surgery have in the immunotherapy era?
Dr Alexander van Akkooi
CNS immunotherapy telephone clinic – managing immune-mediated side effects
Helen Jackson, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Current melanoma clinical trials portfolio
Professor Poulam Patel, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust & Chair, NCRI Skin Cancer Clinical Studies Group
What is the rationale for not routinely screening melanoma patients?
Mr Donald Dewar, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Updates on Melanoma Focus National Melanoma Database and SNB Consensus Guideline
Mr Howard Peach
Summary and Close
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