A multidisciplinary team approach to care is fostered through peer-to-peer discussion and collaboration. The team diagnosis and treatment, includes radiological, pathological findings and immunohistochemical testing, bridges these gaps across the continuum of care in order to enhance the overall quality of patient-centered GU care.
Medical Oncologists, Radiation Oncologists, General Surgeons, Pathologists, Radiologists, Pharmacists, Nurses, Social Workers, Radiologic Technologists, Patient Care Facilitators and all Personnel involved in the care of the GU cancer patient.
- Upon completion of this conference, participants should be better able to:
- Implement optimal course of treatment for hematology cancer patients.
- Utilize multiple disciplinary approaches to diagnosis and treatment options, including radiological findings, pathological findings and immunohistochemical testing.
- Determine cancer staging using various modalities.
- Promote a multidisciplinary team approach by bridging gas across the continuum of care in order to enhance the overall quality of patient-centered cancer care.
- Pathologists: Norberto Cartagena, M.D., Ronald Goerss, M.D., Edwin Gould, M.D., Niloofar Nasseri-Nik, M.D., Rajshri Shah, M.D., Douglas Reale, M.D., Christian Otrakji, M.D., Andrew Renshaw, M.D., Daniel rubin, M.D., Andrea Subhawong, M.D. and Manuel Menes, M.D.
- Radiologists: Hao Vuong, M.D., Lawrence Elgarresta, M.D., Surya N. Chundru, M.D., Prasuna Inampudi, M.D.
- Radiation Oncologists: Marcio Fagundes, M.D., Steven Olszewski, M.D. and Maria-Amelia Rodrigues, M.D. Allie Garcia-Serra, M.D.
- Surgeons: Jorge Caso, M.D. and Murugesan Manoharan, M.D.
- Medical Oncologists: Fernando De Zarraga, M.D., Antonio Muina, M.D., Michael Troner, M.D.
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