The field of breast cancer care is evolving quickly. From novel breast imaging techniques to new surgical approaches to less toxic targeted individualized treatments instead of chemotherapy, it can be difficult — if not nearly impossible — for providers to keep up with every innovation intended to improve patient care.
Over the course of two days, Mayo Clinic’s 2022 Breast Cancer Care: Innovation, Disruptive Technologies and Early Adopters educational conference will bring you up to speed on the new therapeutics, technologies and techniques that could change the way you provide breast cancer care.
This year’s conference will be held Sept. 16-17 at Mayo Clinic’s Rochester, Minnesota, campus. Attendance can be in-person or virtual.
Here are the top 5 reasons why you should attend.
- Presentations by experts who will share their clinical experience with new breast cancer technologies.
- Topics include individualized therapy and personalized care; individualized drug development and personalized care; lymphedema and minimally invasive surgical strategies; an update on robotic NSM and CAR-T therapy for breast cancer; digital health care and pathology innovations; and more.
- Sessions that focus on critical aspects of breast cancer care.
- Learn how to better describe the benefit of fat grafting to reduce irradiation fibrosis; list operative approaches to manage lymphedema; describe how multiple genes can interact to increase the risk of breast cancer; and list methods to de-escalate cancer care in low-risk patients.
- Broadly applicable updates that pertain to all breast cancer care providers.
- Whether you’re a practicing surgeon, oncologist, radiologist, or pathologist, this year’s conference will bring you up to speed on the many advances occurring across the spectrum of breast cancer care today.
- Additional Continuing Medical Education Credit.
- Participants can earn a maximum of 10.5 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for attending this year’s conference.
- Opportunities for professional networking with other leading breast cancer specialists from around the globe.
For more information or to register for this year’s conference, visit the conference website.