Industry Symposia

These are non-accredited, industry sponsored, Satellite Symposia and are NOT part of the accredited Canadian Breast Cancer Symposium.

Improving Overall Survival in HR+ HER2- mBC: Have we Moved the Needle?

Session time:
Thursday June 13, 1215-1300 hours

Location:
Queen’s Quay Room (next to plenary room)

Improving Overall Survival in HR+ HER2- mBC: Have we Moved the Needle?
Richard DeBoer (15 minutes)

Latest updates from 1st line CDK 4/6 inhibitors trials:
Richard DeBoer (15 minutes)

Clinically relevant endpoint in MBC:
Richard DeBoer and Stephen Chia (15 minutes)

Mechanisms of resistance to CDK 4/6 inhibitors – what do we do next?
Stephen Chia (10 minutes)

Q&A (5- 10 minutes)

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My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, with Dr. Stephen Chia
Episode: Views on CDK4/6 Inhibitors and aBC

Session time:
Thursday June 13, 1700-1800 hours

Location:
Queen’s Quay Room (next to plenary room)

This symposium will engage clinicians to optimize the management of patients with HR+/HER2- mBC being treated with CDK4/6 inhibitors in order to achieve best clinical outcomes. Presenters include both Canadian and US experts who share their clinical experiences through interview questions and interactive case-based presentations and discussions

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Learning Objectives:
After attending this symposium, participants will be better able to:

  • Review the latest evidence and ongoing research in the area of HR+/HER2- metastatic breast cancer to achieve best outcomes for these patients
  • Recognize best practices in the treatment of metastatic breast cancer with CDK4/6 inhibitors through discussions with experts in US and Canada
  • Explore heterogeneity in HR+/HER2- metastatic breast cancer and its implications for treatment choices through case discussions

Faculty

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Be it Resolved: Current debates in the role of neo-adjuvant therapy in early breast cancer

Session time:
Friday June 14, 1210-1300 hours

Location:
Queen’s Quay Room (next to plenary room)

Chair: Dr. Sunil Verma

Debaters:

  • Dr. Sonal Gandhi (Sunnybrook, Toronto)
  • Dr. Christine Simmons (BC Cancer Agency, Vancouver)
  • Dr. Tulin Cil (UHN, Princess Margaret, Toronto)
  • Dr. Jean-Francois Boileau (Jewish General, Montreal)

Learning Objectives:

  • Evaluate the evidence that supports the use of neoadjuvant therapy in the treatment of breast cancer
  • Outline the remaining gaps in clinical evidence relating to neoadjuvant therapy that still remain
  • Assess how implementing neoadjuvant therapy can impact future treatment decisions

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