October 2017

5th International Controversies in Rectal Cancer Conference

4th & 5th October 2017

5th International Controversies in Rectal Cancer Conference

The ICENI Centre hosted another successful meeting last week bringing together colorectal cancer experts from the USA, Europe and Nationwide. The specialists in this field of medicine shared their expertise and the latest information pertaining to the ever more complex issues of decision making to provide optimal treatment for patients.

As always, the audience challenged the speakers with tough questions that created lively debate over the two day event.

If you want to keep pace with change in rectal cancer care don’t miss next year’s conference. For more information on the 6th Controversies in Rectal Cancer Conference on 18th-19th October, 2018
Email: ICENI@anglia.ac.uk

Professor Conor Delaney, Cleveland Clinic, USA - presenting a keynote speech on: Noninferiority trials – what do they really mean?

Professor Conor Delaney, Cleveland Clinic, USA – presenting a keynote speech on: Noninferiority trials – what do they really mean?

Barrister Edward Henry, QEB Hollis Whiteman Chambers, UK - giving a talk on: The Lawyer’s Perspective

Barrister Edward Henry, QEB Hollis Whiteman Chambers, UK – giving a talk on: The Lawyer’s Perspective

MDT: Consultant Fraser Smith, Prof. Najib Haboubi, Prof. Conor Delaney, Dr Bruce Sizer, Dr Darren Boone. Chaired by Consultant Tan Arulampalan – discussing: The Difficult rectal polyp and organ preservation

MDT: Consultant Fraser Smith, Prof. Najib Haboubi, Prof. Conor Delaney, Dr Bruce Sizer, Dr Darren Boone. Chaired by Consultant Tan Arulampalan – discussing: The Difficult rectal polyp and organ preservation

ICENI Event Co-ordinators Penny O'Toole and Sarah Wilby who alongside their colleague Tom Fryer contributed to the smooth running of the Conference

ICENI Event Co-ordinators Penny O’Toole and Sarah Wilby who alongside their colleague Tom Fryer contributed to the smooth running of the Conference