Highlights of 2017
Le Cure Lecture
Dr Marc Lippman – Breast cancer research past and future
This slide was presented at the 1st UK-IBCS and is the intellectual property of Dr Marc Lippman.
Key Note Lecture
Dr Rob Clarke – The use of patient-derived tissues for advanced, preclinical models of breast cancer
Dr Richard Grose – 3D in vitro modelling using material from Breast Cancer Now Tissue Bank
Dr Mathew Garnett – Organoid models
A practical guide to shared decision making – putting research into practice
Costs of treatment
Professor Richard Sullivan – From price to value – keeping breast cancer care affordable
Professor Tito Fojo – Critically examining the true value of our therapies – the only way to meaningful gains in breast cancer
Triple negative breast cancer
Key note lecture sponsored by BACR
Measuring and managing breast cancer risk
New treatments and measuring their impact
Biomarkers and prognostic profiling
Novel clinical trial endpoints
Lobular breast cancer
Professor Steffi Oesterreich – Unique biology in invasive lobular breast cancer
Professor Ian Ellis – Histologic dilemmas
Professor Michael Kerin – Should lobular phenotype be considered when deciding treatment?
Challenges of local management
Dr Andreas Makris – Management and follow up of patients presenting with breast cancer in axillary lymph nodes and occult breast primary
Miss Nicola Roche – When is local surgery indicated in metastatic breast cancer?
Professor Ulrich Bick – What is the impact of MRI scanning on breast cancer treatment?
Dr Charlotte Coles – Current and future indications for partical breast radiotherapy