Patient and public event - what does the future hold for Melanoma and Urological Cancers?

Event Date:
02 July 2019
16:00 to 19:45

Join us for an evening of the latest clinical research innovations in Melanoma and Urological cancers, and what this means for patient care and treatment

Professor James Larkin, Consultant Medical Oncologist at The Royal Marsden

Join us at our patients, carers, family and friends open evening for an opportunity to:

  • Meet our world-leading clinicians and researchers
     
  • Learn about melanoma, kidney, bladder and testes cancers and your health and care
     
  • Discover new treatments and technology being developed
     
  • Ask your questions, share your thoughts, shape future research
     

When: 16:00 - 19:45  Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Where: The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre, Stewart's Grove, Chelsea, London SW3 6JJ

Join us for a buffet reception from 16:00 and the opportunity to visit information stalls from The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, and our partner charities The ICR charity, Melanoma UK, Kidney Cancer UK, Kidney Cancer Support Network, Cancer Research UK, Macmillan Cancer Support, Fight Bladder Cancer, Action Bladder Cancer and ORCHID.

Programme

16:00   Registration
            Drinks & Buffet reception
            Displays from our charities and charity partners

17:00   Welcome  James Larkin
17:05   What are Melanoma and Kidney Cancers?   James Larkin
17:20   What are bladder and testicular cancers?    Robert Huddart
17:30   Advances in Radiotherapy   Shaista Hafeez
17:40   Pioneering Surgery   David Nicol
17:50   Next Generation Nursing - contributing to research excellence   Kim Edmonds
18:00   Living with and beyond cancer   Alison Reid  

18:10 - 18:30   Comfort Break

18:30   Artificial Intelligence in cancer imaging   Christina Messiou
18:40   Cancer Evolution - explained   Samra Turajlic
18:50   Assessing quality of life of cancer patients   Olga Husson
19:00   How Research changed my life   Royal Marsden Patient Perspective
19:10   'What is important for future research?' Audience Q&A 
            Panel to include Doctors, Nurses, Researchers & Patients

 

Registration

For more information and to register for the event, please get in touch .

Telephone: Lisa - 0203 186 5408  or  Suzan - 0203 186 5409  

Email: [email protected]