General Information

Dates

November 12th and 13th, 2015. Barcelona, (Spain)

Venue

Hotel NH Barcelona Constanza
St/ Deu i Mata, 69-99. 08029
Barcelona (Spain)

Registration

Registration Fees

 

Before September 15th

After September 16th and
on-site registration

Members of SEOM, GEMCAD, SEPAR, TTD, ACROSS, ESSO, AEC, ESMO, SECT

650 €

690 €

Others

750 €

790 €

Residents

450 €

490 €

*VAT (21% IVA) is included*

Acommodation

Official hotel:

Hotel NH Barcelona Constanza
St/ Deu i Mata, 69-99. 08029
Barcelona (Spain)

Language

The official languages of the Workshop will be English and Spanish. There will be simultaneous translation.

Technical Secretariat (registration and hotel reservation)

ACTO SERVEIS.
C/ Bonaire, 7. 08301 Mataró. Barcelona (Spain).
Tel. +34 937 552 382 / Fax. +34 937 552 383
info@oncology-bcn.com    |    www.oncology-bcn.com

City information

Barcelona overlooks the Mediterranean and is located in a heavily populated area which is a hub of economic activity.

Barcelona enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and warm summers.

It is a coastal city and has over four kilometres of urban beaches and large areas of nearby forest. Although it is a large city, it is easy to get around on public transport and on foot. You can reach any point in the city by metro, bus and taxi.

Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia. Its inhabitants are open and welcoming.

The people of Barcelona speak Catalan, their own language, and Spanish. Many of them also understand a little English and French

Visa
Spain is part of the Schengen zone. This means that nationals from EU countries do not need a visa.

Lenguage
Most of Barcelona’s inhabitants are bilingual and speak Catalan, their own language, and Spanish.

Electricity
The voltage in Spain is 220 volts, 50 Hz. The plug types are C and F.

Climate
The city has a typically Mediterranean climate and enjoys pleasant temperatures all the year round.

Currency
The euro (€) is the official currency of the European Union and can be exchanged at savings banks and banks.

Banks
Business hours differ between banks. Most banks are open from Monday to Friday from 08:15 to 14:15.

Customs
In Barcelona mealtimes are usually a little later than the rest of Europe. The city’s shops have long opening hours.

Shopping in Barcelona
Monday to Saturday, from 09:30 to 13:30 and from 16:30 to 20:00. Most of the department stores do not close at mid-day.

Scientific programme

Thursday, November 12th, 2015

10.00

Registration

10.45 - 11.00

Welcome and Presentation
Lluís Cirera

11.00 - 14.00

SPONSORED SYMPOSIUMS

14.10 - 15.10

Lunch

14.10 - 20.00

POSTER DISPLAY

15.45 - 17.00

INTERACTIVE SESSION 1: Clinical case with multidisciplinary team discussion
Patient with liver metastases and...

Moderators:

Lluís Cirera and Esteban Cugat

15.45 - 16.00

Intensive vs sequencial chemotherapy
Fotios Loupakis

16.00 - 16.15

R1 surgery
Rene Adam

16.15- 16.30

Extreme surgery
Joan Figueras

16.30 - 16.45

ALPPS
Julio Santoyo

16.45 - 17.00

Molecular classification of CRC
Miriam Cuatrecasas

17.00 - 18.00

LECTURES

Introduction:

Esteban Cugat

17.00 - 17.20

Liver transplantation in metastasic setting: an update
Rene Adam

17.20 - 17.30

Questions

17.30 - 17.50

Functional assessment of rapidly growing liver
Eric Schadde

17.50 - 18.00

Questions

18.00 - 18.30

Coffee Break

18.30 - 19.40

LIVER METASTASES

Moderators:

Joan Figueras and Emilio Ramos

18.30 - 18.45

Portal embolization
Juan Carlos García-Valdecasas

18.45 - 19.00

Laparoscopic surgery
Ricardo Robles

19.00 - 19.15

Robotic surgery
Emilio de Vicente

19.15 - 19.30

Surgical resection after second-line chemotherapy with aflibercept: Spanish experience
Nuría Rodríguez

19.30 - 19.40

Discussion

19.40 - 20.20

LOCO-REGIONAL TREATMENTS

Moderators:

Esteban Cugat and Juan Carlos García-Valdecasas

19.40 - 19.55

Radioembolization of liver metastases. A bridge to surgery
Fernando Pardo

19.55 - 20.10

Intraarterial treatments; an update
Joan Falcó

20.10 - 20.20

Questions

Friday, November 13th, 2015

08.00 - 09.25

INTERACTIVE SESSION 2: Clinical case with multidisciplinary team discussion
Two patients with lung metastases, with complete response after oncologic treatment

Moderators:

Sergi Call and Esther Casado

08.00 - 08.30

Clinical case presentation: Sergi Call and Esther Casado
Expert opinión

08.30 - 08.45

Surgical plan based on risk factors
Raul Embún

08.45 - 09.00

Role of targeted therapies
Carles Pericay

09.00 - 09.15

Lung metastasectomy after complete response?
Paul Van Schil

09.15 - 09.25

Discussion

09.25 - 09.55

LECTURE

Introduction:

Lluís Cirera

09.25 - 09.45

Liquid biopsy: present and future
Jesús García-Foncillas

09.45 - 09.55

Questions

09.55 - 10.25

Coffee Break

10.25 - 11.35

LUNG METASTASES

Moderators:

Laureano Molins and Ramón Rami-Porta

10.25 - 10.40

What is the best approach in pulmonary metastasectomy?
Paul Van Schil

10.40 - 10.55

Pulmonary laser resections: Technical aspects and results in colorectal cancer
Bernward Passlick

10.55 - 11.10

Modeling survival data after lung metastasectomy. Results from the Spanish Prospective Colorectal Metastasectomy Registry (GECMP-CCR)
Raul Embún

11.10 - 11.25

Nonexamination of lymph node and survival in lung metastasectomy. Results from the Spanish Prospective Colorectal Metastasectomy Registry (GECMP-CCR)
Sergi Call

11.25 - 11.35

Discussion

11.35 - 12.05

LECTURE

Introduction:

Ramón Rami-Porta

11.35 - 11.55

Accuracy of imaging techniques in the detection of pulmonary metastases
Tomasz Grodzki

11.55 - 12.05

Questions

12.05 - 13.00

EXTENT OF TUMOR RESPONSE: DOES IT MATTER?

Moderators:

Esther Casado and Marta Paraira

12.05 - 12.20

What does depth response mean?
Javier Gallego

12.20 - 12.35

What does early tumor shrinkage (ETS) mean?
Elena Elez

12.35 - 12.50

Relation between radiological and surgical response
Emilio Ramos

12.50 - 13.00

Discussion

13.00 - 13.30

LECTURE

Introduction:

Julen Fernández

13.00 - 13.20

Resistance to anti-EGFR therapy
Clara Montagut

13.20 - 13.30

Questions

13.30 - 14.00

POSTERS SESSION

  1. Contributions of patient-, tumor-, and treatment-related factors to the patients outcome after curative liver resection among egyptian patients with metastatic colorectal tumor
    Amr Abdelaal1, khalid Elhusseiny2, Mona Kamal2
    1Ain Shams University. Faculty of Medicine-general Surgery Department. Egypt. Cairo; 2Ain Shams University. Faculty of Medicine. Clinical Oncology Department. Egypt. Cairo
  2. The pharmacological costs of complete liver resections in unselected advanced colorectal cancer patients: focus on targeted agents. A review of randomized clinical trials
    Jacopo Giuliani, Andrea Bonetti
    Department of Medical Oncology. Mater Salutis Hospital-AULSS 21 della Regione Veneto, Legnago (VR). Italy
  3. Subcentimeter liver metastases diagnosed intraoperative on colorectal cancer
    Losada Villa B., De Torres Olombrada MV., Juez Martel I., Gutiérrez abad D., Guerra Martínez J.
    HU Fuenlabrada. Madrid. Spain
  4. Differential diagnosis between cavernous hemangioma and liver metastases: Importance of Intraoperative ultrasound and biopsy
    De Torres Olombrada MV., Losada Vila B., Gutierrez Abad D., Juez Martel I., Pereira Pérez F.
    H U Fuenlabrada, Madrid, Spain
  5. Recent literature review and individual data meta-analysis for the study of survival after pulmonary metastasectomy in colorectal cancer patients: a history of resected liver metastases worsens the prognosis
    Jon Zabaleta, Tomohiko Iida, Samer Salah, José Ramon Jarabo, Pierre Falcoz, Shanda H Blackmon, Maria G. Zampino, Takashi Matsui, Sukki Cho (84 pac), Francesco Ardissone, Kazuhiro Watanabe, Michel Gonzalez, Pascal Gervaz, Jose I. Emparanza
    Thoracic Surgery Service, Donostia University Hospital
  6. Oligometastatic colorectal carcinoma (CRC) patients treated with radical intention. Retrospective analysis of the experience in a single centre
    Julia Hidalgo-Coloma, Sara Marín, Javier Garde-Noguera, René Albino, Beatriz Honrubia, Enrique Cabrera, Juan Manuel Campos
    Hospital Arnau de Vilanova. Valencia. Spain
  7. Prognosis of lung metastases in colorectal cancer
    Jaione Sáenz de Ugarte Sobrón, José Domingo Sardón Ramos, Baltasar Cermeño Toral, Alberto Gastón Moreno, Paula Siebel Hermida, Iñaki Martínez Rodríguez, Aintzane Maqueda Merino, María Cuadra Cestafe, Lorans Fernández Rico, Ane Etxart Lopetegi
    Department of SurgeryAraba-Txagorritxu University Hospital. Basque Country. Spain
  8. Liver only disease of Colorectal cancer: a different disease?
    Dr. Ana Fernandez Montes1, Dr. Mercedes Salgado1, Dr Manuel Trillo2, Dr. Jose Manuel Carrera2, Dr. Purification Froján3, Dr Alejo Muinello3
    1Department of Medical Oncology; 2Department of Radiology; 3Department of General Surgery. University Hospital Complex Ourense. Spain
  9. Clinical implications of molecular and functional characterization in liver limited metastatic colorectal cancer. Vall d’hebrón university hospital program
    Carolina Ortiz1, Guillem Argilés1,2, Tamara Saurí1,2, Julieta Grasselli2, Cristina Dopazo1, Teresa Macarulla1,2, Jaume Capdevila1,2, Ignacio Matos1,2, María Alsina1,2, Cinta Hierro1,2, Helena Verdaguer1,2, Enrique Sanz-García1, Stefania Landolfi1, Paolo Nuciforo2, Rodrigo Dienstmann2, Ramón Charco1, Ana Vivancos2, Hector G. Palmer2, Elena Elez1,2 and Josep Tabernero1,2
    1Vall d’Hebron University Hospital. Barcelona. Spain; 2Vall d’Hebron Institute of Oncology (VHIO). Barcelona. Spain
  10. Agressive treatment for liver metastasis of squamous cell carcinoma
    Gastón Moreno A, Saez de Ugarte Sobron J, Sardon Ramos J.D, Maqueda Merino A, Siebel Hermida P, Camuera Gonzalez M, Martinez Rodriguez I, Garcés Garmendia M.A, Rebollar Saenz J, Fernandez Rico L.
    H.U.A Txagorritxu. Vitoria. España

14.00 - 14.15

BEST POSTER AWARD

14.15

Adjournment
Lluís Cirera

14.30

Lunch

Posters

Abstracts of proffered papers related to diagnosis, staging or treatment of liver and/or lung metastases from colorectal carcinoma will be considered for electronic poster display, only. Prospective presenters are kindly asked to prepare their posters in English.
There will not be physical posters in this Meeting. The presenters will be asked to submit their posters in a single Power Point slide. At the Meeting venue, computers will be available to see the posters.

There will be a 1.000 € award to the best poster according to the evaluation of the Scientific Committee.

Abstracts of a maximum of 250 words should be uploaded into this website no later than September 30th, 2015.

The presenter of the poster MUST be registered in the Workshop.
The presenters of the posters will be informed of the decisions regarding the acceptance of the posters by October 1st, 2015.

The abstract must be informative and must include: a) objectives (with or without introduction), b) methods, c) results, and d) conclusions. Statements such as 'the results will be presented' are unacceptable.

Send the abstract in Word format following these instructions:

  • use font no smaller than 10 points;
  • type title in capital letters;
  • type single space;
  • underline presenter's name;
  • organize the heading of the abstract as follows: title, authors' names, institution, city and country, leaving one line between the heading and the body of the abstract.

Send the abstract to: secretariat@oncology-bcn.com

Academic support



ECMEC

Committees

Workshop coordinators:

Chairman: Lluís Cirera
Vice-Chairmen: Esteban Cugat, Ramón Rami-Porta

Organizing committee:

José Belda
Sergi Call
Esther Casado
Lluís Cirera
Esteban Cugat
Julen Fernández
Carmen Ferrer
Maribel García
Eric Herrero
José Angel de Marcos
Ramón Rami-Porta
Antonio Salas

Scientific committee:

Rene Adam
Sergi Call
Lluís Cirera
Esteban Cugat
Joan Figueras
Jesús García- Foncillas
Clara Montagut
Ramón Rami-Porta

Speakers and Chairpersons

Renè Adam
Oncosurgical Unit. Hepatobiliary Center. University Paris Sud. Hôpital Paul-Brousse. Paris

Sergi Call
Thoracic Surgery Service. Hospital Universitari MútuaTerrassa. Terrassa. Barcelona

Esther Casado
Oncology Service. Althaia. Xarxa Assistencial de Manresa. Manresa. Barcelona

Lluís Cirera
Oncology and Hematology Service. Hospital Universitari MútuaTerrassa. Terrassa. Barcelona

Miriam Cuatrecasas
Pathology Service. Hospital Clínic. Barcelona

Esteban Cugat
Surgery Service. Hospital Universitari MútuaTerrassa. Terrassa. Barcelona

Elena Elez
Medical Oncology Department. Hospital Vall d´Hebron. Barcelona

Raul Embún
Department of Thoracic Surger. Hospital Universitario Miguel Servet. Zaragoza

Joan Falcó
Vascular and interventional radiology Unit. Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí. Sabadell. Barcelona

Jaime Feliu
Medical Oncology Service. Hospital Universitario La Paz. Madrid

Julen Fernández
Oncology and Hematology Service. Hospital Universitari MútuaTerrassa. Terrassa. Barcelona

Joan Figueras
Hepatobiliary Surgery Unit. Hospital Universitari Doctor Josep Trueta. Girona

Javier Gallego
Medical Oncology Service. Hospital Universitario Elche. Elche. Alicante

Pilar García-Alfonso
Medical Oncology Service. Hospital Universitario Gregorio Marañón. Madrid

Jesús García-Foncillas
Oncology Department. Fundación Jiménez Díaz. Madrid

Juan Carlos García-Valdecasas
General and Digestive Surgery. Hospital Clínic. Barcelona

Tomasz Grodzki
Pomeranian Medical University. Poland

Fotios Loupakis
Medical Oncology Service Ospedale S. Chiara - Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana. Italy

Teresa Macarulla
Medical Oncology Service. Hospital Universitario Vall d’Hebron. Barcelona

Laureano Molins
Thoracic Surgery Service. Hospital Clínic. Barcelona

Clara Montagut
Oncology Department. Parc de Salut Mar. Hospital del Mar. Barcelona

Marta Paraira
Radiodiagnostic Service. Hospital Universitari MútuaTerrassa. Terrassa. Barcelona

Fernando Pardo
Hepatobiliary Surgery Service. Clínica Universitaria de Navarra. Pamplona. Navarra

Benward Passlik
Department of Thoracic Surgery. Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg. Freiburg

Carles Pericay
Medical Oncology Service. Consorci Hospitalari Parc Taulí. Sabadell. Barcelona

Ramón Rami-Porta
Thoracic Surgery Service. Hospital Universitari MútuaTerrassa. Terrassa. Barcelona

Emilio Ramos
General and Digestive Surgery. Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge. L´Hospitalet de Llobregat. Barcelona

Ricardo Robles
Liver transplant Unit. Surgery Service. Hospital Universitario Virgen de la Arrixaca. Murcia

Nuría Rodríguez
Medical Oncology Department. Hospital Universitario La Paz. Madrid

Antonieta Salud
Medical Oncology Service. Hospital Universitario Arnau Villanova. Lleida

Julio Santoyo
General and Digestive Surgery. Hospital Carlos Haya. Málaga

Eric Schadde
Department of Surgery. Swiss HPB ans Transplant Center. University Hospital Zurich. Zurich

Paul Van Schil
Department of Thoracic and Vascular Surgery. University Hospital of Antwerp. Edegem

Ruth Vera
Medical Oncology Service. Complejo Hospitalario de Navarra. Navarra

Emilio de Vicente
Department of General and Digestive Surgery. Hospital Universitario Sanchinarro. Madrid

Registration

Registration Fees

 

Before September 15th

After September 16th and
on-site registration

Members of SEOM, GEMCAD, SEPAR, TTD, ACROSS, ESSO, AEC, ESMO, SECT

650 €

690 €

Others

750 €

790 €

Residents

450 €

490 €

*VAT (21% IVA) is included*

Registration documentation will be handed-out to the participants from the Meeting Secretariat.
Registration forms will be only processed when received before November 2nd, 2015.
After this date registration forms will be processed as on-site registrations.

Registration

On-line registration is possible through the web site www.oncology-bcn.com
This service will let you register and receive your confirmation letter on-line.
The payment is possible by bank transfer and credit card.

Registration forms received without the complete contact address or without payment will not be accepted. Before November 2nd, 2015 registration will be possible on-site. The fees should be paid in Euros by bank transfer or credit card. Participants must bring the confirmation letter to the registration desk as proof of their registration.

Payment of Registration Fees

Early rates only apply when registration and payment are received before September 15th. When registrations and payments are received after September 16th 2015, then the corresponding late fees will automatically apply
Payment in EURO (€) should be made in advance by bank transfer or credit card.

Bank to bank transfer to ACTO SERVEIS in Euro
- BANK: BANKINTER
- ACCOUNT NUMBER: 0128-0524-24-0100028872
- IBAN: ES63 0128-0524-24-0100028872
- SWIFT: BKBKESMMXXX
- Reference: ACTOSERVEIS

Clearly mention name with the bank transfer.

Remittance should be free of charge to the recipient.

Registration cancellation policy

Any cancellation must be notified in writing and will be subjected to the following conditions:
Refund of fees: subject to a 25% administrative charge, will be applied to cancellations, made up to October 28th. No refund can be made after October 28th.

Acommodation

Hotel reservation

The Meeting Secretariat (ACTO SERVEIS) is in charge of hotel accommodation and will operate on a first-come first-served basis with the incoming requests.
Due to heavy demand and to the fact that distribution of rooms is limited, accommodation cannot be guaranteed after September 15th, 2015.

Official hotel

Hotel NH Barcelona Constanza
St/ Deu i Mata, 69-99. 08029
Barcelona (España)

 

Single Room

Double Room

Hotel NH Barcelona Constanza

143.99 €

164.76 €

Breakfast and VAT included. Prices are per room and nights. Deadline for guaranteed hotel reservations: September 15th, 2015.

The Technical Secretariat reserves the right to book another hotel/category if the desired one is fully booked. If this is necessary, participants will be notified as soon as possible.

Hotel request

On-line hotel request is possible through the web site www.oncology-bcn.com.
This service will let you register and receive your confirmation letter on-line.
The payment is possible by bank transfer and credit card.

Hotel forms received without the complete contact address or without payment will not be accepted.

Participants must bring the hotel voucher to the hotel reception as proof of their reservation.

Payment details (Registration and Accommodation)

Payment in EURO (€) should be made in advance by bank transfer or credit card.

Bank to bank transfer to ACTO SERVEIS in Euro
- Bank: BANKINTER
- ACCOUNT NUMBER: 0128-0524-24-0100028872
- IBAN: ES63 0128-0524-24-0100028872
- SWIFT: BKBKESMMXXX
- Reference: ACTOSERVEIS

Clearly mention name with the bank transfer.
Remittance should be free of charge to the recipient.

Hotel Reservation Cancellation Policy

Any cancellation must be notified in writing and will be subjected to the following conditions:
Accommodation Refunds: 50 % refund if cancelled before September 2nd, 2015; 25 % refund if cancelled from September 3rd to October 5th 2015; and no refund if cancelled after October 5th, 2015.

Lower Cost Accommodation

Younger visitors and those looking for alternative forms of accommodation will find youth hostels, halls of residence, some of them open all year round. In short, accommodation for all tastes and at prices to suit every pocket.

For more information about the city’s hotels please check the website www.barcelonaturisme.com (where to sleep).

Contact them directly to consult prices for short stays and make the reservation.

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