Oncology Section

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Dates for your diary

Tumour ablation UK
Date:
Friday 12 January 2018
Location: Royal Society of Medicine, London
Organised by: Oncology Section

Sylvia Lawler prize
Submission deadline: 
Monday 29 January 2018
Meeting date: 
Wednesday 28 March 2018
Prize: 
Two prizes of £250 to oral presenters and two prizes of £50 voucher to poster presenters
Open to: 
All scientists and clinicians in training

Abstracts (200 word limit) are invited from scientists and clinicians in training, themed on a clinical or basic scientific research project.

To apply, please click on either the clinical or scientific abstract button links below.

 

Gestational trophoblastic neoplasia
Date:
Friday 18 May - Saturday 19 May 2018
Location: Royal Society of Medicine, London
Organised by: Oncology Section and European Organisation for Treatment of Trophoblastic Disease (EOTTD)

 

About this section

Purpose:

To enable all those investigating the aetiology, epidemiology and the treatment of all forms of cancer, to meet together regularly so that they may profit mutually from each others' knowledge and experience.

Section members:

Oncologists, cancer specialists, GPs, specialist nurses. 

Section council:

Section meetings and conferences are usually organised by members of the Section council, led by the Section President.

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Work and cancer
Work and cancer

Wednesday 28 March 2018, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

This meeting aims to explore workplace factors that may be associated with the development of cancer and to consider how those with cancer whilst at work can best be supported.

Day | Registration: 08:45 | Organised by: Occupational Medicine Section, Oncology Section, Macmillan Cancer Support |
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Gestational trophoblastic disease: Current and future horizons
Gestational trophoblastic disease: Current and future horizons

Friday 18 May 2018, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

Gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) is a spectrum of premalignant and malignant disorders of the placenta. The UK remains the international leader in this field.

The purpose of this two day meeting will be to cover the molecular and genetic basis for the disease, its diagnosis, presentation and management, including the latest developments in the field.

 

2 day | Registration: | Organised by: Oncology Section, European Organisation for the Treatment of Trophoblastic Disease (EOTTD) |
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Various perspectives from patient representatives from the United States

Free for RSM members / £6 non-members

Reverend Linda Loving talks about her personal experience of living with breast cancer, recounts reactions to her diagnosis and talks about how isolating the disease can be.

14 minutes | Organised by: Oncology Section | Accreditation: n/a Watch lecture arrow

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Duty of candour and breast screening

Free for RSM members / £6 non-members

Dr Rosalind Given-Wilson talks about the benefits and harm screenings can carry, and highlights the importance of being open and transparent about interval cancer.

24 minutes | Organised by: Oncology Section | Accreditation: n/a Watch lecture arrow

previous meetings More previous meetings

Photodynamic therapy symposium 2017

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Date: Monday 27 November 2017
CPD: 5 credits

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Oncology Section
T: +44 (0)20 7290 2982

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Section Bibliography

For a list of what we have available via the library for this section, visit our bibliography page and then select the appropriate section link.