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Joint endocrine/oncology update meeting 27.01.14.

Posted by Safwaan Adam on 13 December, 2013

Joint Endocrine/Oncology Update Meeting.

Christie Hospital auditorium, Wilmslow Rd Manchester

Manchester Centre for Endocrinology & Diabetes

Institute of Human Development

Manchester Clinical Endocrinology Symposium Series


27th January 2014

Joint endocrine/oncology update meeting



09.30-10.00                   Registration and coffee


10.00 -  11.00                 Prof Peter Clayton         RMCH

GH therapy in childhood brain cancer survivors          


11.00-  12.00               Dr Ed Smith                     Christie Hospital

Proton Beam therapy: current status


12.00 – 13.15                 Prof Peter Selby and Prof Judith Adams   MRI

Bone health in cancer and cancer survivors


13.15 – 14.15                Lunch


14.15- 15.15                Dr Daniela Montaldi        Manchester University

Hippocampal function following treatment for medulloblastoma


15.15 – 15.45                Tea/Coffee


15.45 – 16.30                 Professor Zulf Mughal  and   Dr Padidela  RMCH

Avascular necrosis in young adults with cancer


CME accreditation applied for

Christie Hospital auditorium, Wilmslow Rd Manchester

Sponsored by an educational grant from Pfizer

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