Improving the Care of Colorectal Cancer Patients: Status and Strategies for Today and Tomorrow

3/31/21, 7:00 PM
America/Los_Angeles (PT) -7

Description

The aim of this webinar, held during Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and cosponsored by SAGES, ASCRS, SSO, SSAT, NAPRC, and the American Cancer Society, is to highlight and promote the optimal surgical care and quality of life for patients with colon and rectal cancer. Topics covered will range from the prevention and detection of colorectal cancer and the challenges with screening and delayed diagnoses during the time of Covid, to the status and optimal performance of colon and rectal cancer surgery, to future directions in the care of colon and rectal cancer patients with advanced technologies. The focus on patient quality of life and the benefits, impediments and options for minimally invasive oncologic colorectal surgery will be highlighted.

Previous registration necessary?

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YES
Simultaneous translation ?

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Will it be recorded?
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John Marks, Vivian Strong, Patricia Sylla, Steve Wexner

Introduction, Screening: The Ultimate in Minimally Invasive Surgery: Prevention and Endoscopy, Status: Where Are We Today with MIS Adoption?, Hurdles to MIS Adoption, Technical Comparisons of TME: Laparoscopic, Robotic and taTME, Horizons for Minimally Invasive Oncologic Surgery, Questions and Answers

Inglês

 

Speakers

William G. Cance, Virginia Shaffer, Samantha Hendren, Tsuyoshi Konishi, Stavros Stavropoulos

 

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Improving the Care of Colorectal Cancer Patients: Status and Strategies for Today and Tomorrow