New Frontiers in Breast and Thoracic Malignancies

P D Hinduja Hospital and Kings College London 

jointly organises

New Frontiers in Breast and Thoracic Malignancies

Date: 21st to 23rd April 2017

A multi disciplinary conference of all specialists involved in breast, oesophagus and lung cancer.

Who should attend: All oncology professionals and Post graduate students.





  • Epidemiological trends in esophageal cancer
  • Is India different from the west?
  • Does histology matter in management of esophageal cancer?
  • Towards more accurate staging for esophageal Cancer

* Role of endoscopic ultrasound
* Role of PET 

Debate: Middle 1/3 Esophageal Cancer – Neoadjuvant CT + Radical Surgery vs Radical CTRT


  • Is minimally invasive esophageal surgery the Gold standard today?
  • Extent of nodal clearance in esophageal cancer How much is adequate?
  • Neoadjuvant strategies in esophageal cancer
  • Advances in palliative stenting for advanced esophageal cancer

Panel discussion: Case based discussions



  • Minimally invasive surgery in lung cancer – Where do we stand?
  • Targeted therapy - current options and future prospects of immunotherapy in lung Cancer

Debate:  Imaging vs Mediastinoscopy for accurate staging of lung cancer


  • Radiotherapy dose escalation in NSCLC
  • Health care systems cannot afford targeted therapy

Debate:  Surgery Vs SABR for early lung cancer

Panel Discussion: Trimodality treatment in locally advanced lung cancer



  • Mammography guided intervention
  • Adequacy of margins in DCIS 

Debate:  RT + Surgery vs Surgery alone for DCIS


  • Novel intraoperative techniques
  • Overview of oncoplasty

Debate:  Ovarian suppression in premenopausal early breast cancer OS + Tamoxifen vs OS + aromatase inhibitors

Panel discussion: Management of N0 and N1 axilla

  • Triple negative breast cancer
  • Sequencing of Her 2 positive
  • Predictive treatment models in breast cancer – Are we there?
  • Novel radiotherapy schedules for treatment of breast cancer- current trends
  • Indications for RT to the chest wall, axilla and SCF 
  • Window-of-opportunity studies in breast cancer

Case based discussion

Registration Details:
  • Postgraduate students have the option to select any one day for attending the Conference
  • For immediate confirmation, pay online
  • Payment can be done online or by cheque/DD

Alternate mode of Payment:
DD / Cheque to be made in favor of "P D Hinduja National Hospital & MRC",
Payable at Mumbai and courier it to the below mentioned address:
Marketing Department,
OPD Clinic, P. D. Hinduja Hospital, 
Veer Savarkar Marg,
Mahim West, Mumbai – 400 016
Registration Close : 17 Apr 2017
21 Apr 2017 - 23 Apr 2017


4th Floor, Conference Hall, Hinduja Clinic Building, Hinduja Hospital Veer Savarkar Marg, Mahim, Mumbai

Course Fee

INR 3000
Post Graduate Student Full Conference
INR 1000
Post Graduate Student Day 1: 21st April Conference
INR 500
Post Graduate Student Day 2: 22nd April Conference
INR 500
Post Graduate Student Day 3: 23rd April Conference
INR 500
Payment Mode
Cheque Payment (local only)
P. D. Hinduja National Hospital & MRC
DD Payment
P. D. Hinduja National Hospital & MRC




CME On Clinico-Pathologic Impact of 2016 Revision of WHO Lymphoma Classification

Date: 09 Apr 2017 - 09 Apr 2017

New Frontiers in Breast and Thoracic Malignancies

Date: 21 Apr 2017 - 23 Apr 2017


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