Gynaecologic oncology is an area that has been developing rapidly and dynamically in recent years. We introduce new surgical techniques for our patients and new medicines. We base the treatment of frequent genital cancers on the results of randomized trials and recommendations of scientific societies. However, we lack the recommendations for the diagnostic processes and treatment of rare cancers.
Bearing in mind the latest scientific reports and in hope to meet your expectations and needs in everyday work, we have developed a conference programme so that you can get acquainted with both the latest reports on clinical and molecular research and the most current standards for the diagnostics and treatment of rare cancers. Topics have been developed and will be presented by recognized authorities in the field of gynaecologic oncology.
A wide range of important problems will be presented in the form of workshops.
I cordially invite you to attend, especially young trainees of gynaecologic oncology.
I hope that the proposed programme will be interesting and helpful for you in your everyday work. I will be honored to host you on December 6th-7th, 2018 in Biała Podlaska at the First Conference ‘Practice of Gynaecologic Oncologist’ - "Rare uterine cancers".
I cordially invite you
Professor Jan Kotarski
The Provincial Specialist Hospital in Biała Podlaska and the Polish Society of Gynaecologic Oncology are the initiators of the First Conference ’Practice of Gyaecologic Oncologist’.
During the Conference we will present the latest reports and problems concerning the treatment of cancers of the female reproductive organs. The meeting is addressed to oncologists, gynaecologists, gynaecologic oncologists and family doctors.
According to statistics, the incidence of cervical cancer increases every year and women's cancers are becoming civilization diseases. The conference aims to minimize the risk of cervical cancer and to increase the detection of the disease at early stages. Thanks to such meetings, we have a huge influence which we can use to provide wider access to the knowledge and the diagnostic and prophylactic possibilities offered by the system. In order to meet this medical, social and economic problem, we want to support and disseminate the knowledge of current and future specialists by organising workshops which enable the practical application of the latest methods of treatment of uterine cancers.
We hope that the Conference will provide you with the opportunity to deepen the knowledge necessary in everyday practice.
I am counting on your active participation in the Conference.
MSc. Dariusz Oleński
General Director of The Provincial Specialist Hospital in Biała Podlaska