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The meeting was on Trends in Central Nervous System Malignancies
To download a selection of presentations of the EORTC-EANO-ESMO Conference 2015 please click on the following links.
- Long-term survival
- Is Surgical Cavity Irradiation Necessary for Resected Brain Metastases (in favour)
- Rehabilitation Programmes for Brain Tumour Patients
- Antibody Drug Conjugates in Glioblastoma
- New options for newly diagnosed and recurrent glioblastoma
- Non-Surgical Strategy for Adult Ependymoma
- Oligodendroglioma with 1p_19q co-deletion What is the next question
- Is surgical cavity irradiation necessary for resected brain metastase
- Management of Leptomeningeal Metastases When and How to Treat
- ATRX and TERT Alterations in Diffuse Gliomas
- 2nd surgery in recurrent glioblastoma when and why
- Guidelines for molecular testing in gliomas
- Management of low grade gliomas update on recent trials
- Seizures in Neuro Oncology
- Clinical impact of next generation sequencing in Neuro Oncology
Dear Colleague, dear Friend,
The Italian Association of Neuro-Oncology (AINO) is honoured to host the 11th EANO 2014 meeting in Turin, and invites you to join this outstanding event for neurooncology in Europe and worldwide. Over the last two decades there has been an explosive growth of knowledge and interest in neuro-oncology. Nowadays the proper management of neuro-oncological patients requires specific experience and training. The EANO is a multidisciplinary and multiprofessional society aiming to provide science, standards of care, education, and communication. In this regard, EANO 2014 will give the opportunity to share the most up-to-date advances in basic science, translational and clinical research. All fields of neuro-oncology will be covered, such as biology and pathology, imaging, surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapies, supportive/palliative care and quality of life.
Turin is an attractive city located in Northern Italy between the Alps and the Mediterranean sea. Turin was the first Italian capital between 1861 and 1865 and its historical importance is shown by many architectural masterpieces, like the Mole Antonelliana, which is the hallmark of the city and the Reggia di Venaria, a Royal Residency. Moreover, the Egyptian Museum is the second most important in the world.
From the beginning of the 20th century, Turin became a strong industrial centre. The Lingotto building is an example of the industrial transformation of the city. In the last years, Turin changed once again its attitude and mood, hosting the 2006 Winter Olympics Games and becoming a more international and welcoming city.
We look forward to welcoming you in Turin in 2014.
Riccardo Soffietti, President, EANO President, EANO 2014
Roberta Rudà, Scientific Secretary, Organising Committee, EANO 2014 (on behalf of AINO)