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International Symposium Contrasting Attitudes to Breast Care

The London Breast Institute invites you to their 3rd International Symposium Contrasting Attitudes to Breast Care – United States Vs Europe

Date:      20th May 2010

Venue:  Royal Institution of Great Britain

Time:     2.00pm to 6.00pm (registration from 1.00pm)

Followed by Champagne Reception & Buffet in the historic Library with optional private tours of the Museum available – places are complimentary and are open to all.

Chair: Prof. Karol Sikora, Medical Director of CancerPartnersUK

International Keynote Speakers

The Need for Research and Patient Expectations

Rocky Billups, Vice President

The Sarah Cannon Cancer Center (United States)

Recall, Detection and False Positive Rates – US and European Practice

Prof. Roland Holland, Director of the National Expert & Training Centre for Breast Cancer Screening

University Medical Centre, St Raboud (Nijmegen, Netherlands)

Breast MRI

Prof. Sylvia Heywang-Köbrunner

Director of the Mammography Reference Centre, Munich (Germany)

UK Speakers

Survival Rates From Breast Cancer

Prof. Michel Coleman, Professor of Epidemiology and Vital Statistics

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Onocological Aspects

Dr. Paul Ellis, Consultant Medical Oncologist

Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital

Stem Cell Therapy

Prof. Kefah Mokbel, Consultant Breast Surgeon

St George’s Hospital & Lead Breast Surgeon, LBI

Update of Unit, Audit and Research Activity

Dr. Nick Perry, Director London Breast Institute (LBI)

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For more information, please click here by 12th May to avoid disappointment

To book your complimentary place, please email lbirsvp@imageevents.org.uk or call 05600 563390

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