CPD is pleased and excited to announce the first annual Multi-Disciplinary Gynecologic Oncology Annual Lecture Series (MyGOALS) Program. The program will be held on March 31st at the Omni King Edward Hotel, Toronto.
Over the past year Program Directors, Drs. Taymaa May and Stephanie Lheureux from the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, have been working with a planning committee to put together a dynamic program. The program goal is to gather the community in gynecologic oncology to share and discuss the standard of care and the innovative approaches in gynaecological cancers.
“With better understanding of the biology and new treatment approaches, the practice is evolving in gynaecological cancers.” “Collaboration between surgical, medical, radiation, and survivorship disciplines is key to improve oncologic outcomes and quality of life for women with gynecologic malignancies.” noted Drs. Lheureux and May.
Program Topics will include:
- Work-up of newly diagnosed ovarian cancer and survivorship care.
- New treatment options for first line and recurrent ovarian cancer.
- Therapy updates and diagnosis of endometrial cancer.
- Laboratory testing, innovative approaches of endometrial cancer, and survivorship care.
Speakers and Moderators will include:
- Dr. Amit Oza, Interim Head, Department of Medical Oncology & Hematology, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
- Dr. Barry Rosen, Head of Gynecologic Oncology, Princess Margaret Hospital and University of Toronto
- Dr. Helen McKay, Cancer Clinical Research Unit (CCRU), Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
- Dr. Hal Hirte, Associate Professor, McMaster University, Department of Oncology – Division of Medical Oncology
Healthcare professionals and researchers in gynecologic cancer, surgery, radiation, medical oncology, and genetics are encouraged to attend. For more information and to register visit http://www.cpd.utoronto.ca/mygoals.