Multidisciplinary approach to gynaecological cancer
31 March - 1 April 2017
Park Inn by Radisson Krakow

Conference subject area


Conference subject area

Diagnosis and prevention of GT

  1. New imaging tools in GT
  2. Ovarian cancer screening- where we are now?
  3. New biochemical markers in diagnosis and treatment follow-up of GT
  4. Cervical cancer screening – an update

Surgery for gynecologic tumours (GT)

  1. The role of pelvic and paraaortic lymphadenectomy in GT
  2. Incorporation of cytoreductive surgery into everyday practice
  3. Minimally invasive surgery in GT – when and how?
  4. Upper abdomen surgical techniques in ovarian cancer
  5. Surgical treatment of recurrent GT

Pathology of GT

  1. Sentinel node biopsy
  2. Serous tubal intraepithelial carcinoma – the value of tubal examination
  3. Molecular screening of cervical cancer
  4. Somatic mutations and homologous recombination deficiency in ovarian cancer


  1. Adiuvant radiotherapy of cervical and endometrial cancer – is it dusk or dawn?
  2. New irradiation techniques in GT (IMRT, CyberKnife, proton therapy)
  3. Locally advanced cervical cancer – surgery or radiotherapy?
  4. Hyperthermy and radiotherapy in cervical cancer
  5. Actual boost techniques in GT treatment


  1. Neoadjuvant treatment in GT
  2. Antiangiogenic agents in therapy of GT
  3. Targeted therapy in GT
  4. Systemic treatment of recurrent ovarian cancer – the current evidence
  5. Advanced and recurrent endometrial sarcomas and nonepithelial ovarian tumors – the role of combined treatment

Supportive care

  1. Palliative treatment of GT – when to start?
  2. Hyperthermic chemotherapy in GT – the myth or the reality?
  3. Perioperative care in advanced gynecologic burgery. The role of ERAS protocol.
  4. Fertility preserving in cancer patients – oncofertility.

Surgical video workshop

  1. Radical hysterectomy – an update
  2. Frozen pelvis – how to approach?
  3. Retroperitoneal surgery in bulky disease
  4. Laparoscopic approach to GT