Future Horizons: 4th International Colorectal Cancer Symposium
Thursday 26th April 2018
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE
A chance for collaborators, investigators and their teams
to meet and exchange ideas
How can the current rectal cancer trials improve organ preservation?
What do we know so far about organ preservation?
Can we better understand the mechanisms and pathways of colorectal cancer spread?
How have colorectal surgical trials improved patient outcomes?
Trials being discussed:
TRIGGER TESAR/VORATES Deferral of Surgery COMET MERCURY II Minstrel PRESERVE SIGMOID WISE Beyond TME
Delegate comments from the previous three symposia:
Thank you for the marvelous meeting. I am privileged to have been a part of it.
Thank you for such an outstanding meeting.. One of the best -a very inspiring day!
I really enjoyed the discussions and the whole format of the day
It was the most exciting and thought-provoking meeting that I have ever attended
Thanks for allowing me to attend the Symposium on rectal cancer, which was really outstanding in underscoring the many needs we have in this field. I enjoyed it very much
I found the meeting last month very useful
I really enjoyed the symposium—it was a great meeting. I was glad every discussion ran on, as they were all fascinating.
Thank you for the symposium yesterday. I returned on the train last night with renewed enthusiasm and a desire to try and improve our service.
Just on the way back home after a very worthwhile day. A thousand thanks!