This accredited activity consist of four presentations by expert faculty on gastrointestinal benign and malignant esophageal disease in a live virtual symposium capacity for physicians and advanced practice providers in central New York.
Helen Cappuccino, MD, FACS, from Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center discusses the high risk categories for breast cancer, why and how to screen, and how to decrease incidence.
The goal of this activity is to review currently available CAR T-Cell therapies for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Topics to be covered include patient eligibility criteria, complications, outcomes and treatment guidelines.
This presentation is to educate physicians and medical support staff on the milestones of rectal cancer management, the data on the watch and wait method, review of all treatment modalities and what is the future of rectal cancer management is.
This is a digital CME that will discuss the interventional pulmonary approach to malignant central airway obstruction, including cold and hot as well as mechanical therapies.
This presentation is to educate physicians, nurses and support staff that there are many options to reconstruct a lower extremity wound before considering amputation.
This presentation serves as a brief overview of the pathophysiology of Neurofibromatosis type 1, a common genetic disorder associated with neurocutaneous abnormalities, as well as its impact on the health of adult patients with this diagnosis.
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