3rd World Congress on Thyroid Cancer

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3rd World Congress on Thyroid Cancer

by ToddlerFather on Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:19 PM

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I've came across the videos from this conference that took place middle of last year, and they are incredibly good in discussing some recurrent themes in this message, like when to do RAI ablation or not, when to consider genomics testing etc. Very instructive material. 

Panel sessions:
http://thyroidworldcongress.com/panel-sessions/

Keynote sessions:

http://thyroidworldcongress.com/videos-2017/ keynote-videos/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://thyroidworldcongress.com/videos-2017/ keynote-videos/

Full list of available videos:

http://thyroidworldcongress.com/videos-2017/

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by Brenda059 on Fri Jan 12, 2018 02:07 PM

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Thanks so much for posting these ToddlerDad. Most interesting! I started watching one 1 1/2 hour session, intending to only watch a bit and set it aside till later, but 'couldn't put it down' as it were, and watched the whole thing in one sitting. Such articulate and knowledgeable speakers.

RE: 3rd World Congress on Thyroid Cancer

by butterfly501 on Fri Jan 12, 2018 05:43 PM

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On Jan 12, 2018 2:07 PM Brenda059 wrote:

Thanks so much for posting these ToddlerDad. Most interesting! I started watching one 1 1/2 hour session, intending to only watch a bit and set it aside till later, but 'couldn't put it down' as it were, and watched the whole thing in one sitting. Such articulate and knowledgeable speakers.

The speakers are some of the top medical professionals in the treatment of thryoid cancer.  Many of them have or currently are authors of the American Thyroid Association professional guidelines for the management of thyroid cancer.

Tuttle, Shah, and Shaha are all from MSK.

RE: 3rd World Congress on Thyroid Cancer

by ToddlerFather on Sat Jan 13, 2018 01:58 AM

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On Jan 12, 2018 2:07 PM Brenda059 wrote:

Thanks so much for posting these ToddlerDad. Most interesting! I started watching one 1 1/2 hour session, intending to only watch a bit and set it aside till later, but 'couldn't put it down' as it were, and watched the whole thing in one sitting. Such articulate and knowledgeable speakers.

My favorites were the keynote on genetic landscape, the keynote on systhemic therapy and the panel on systemic therapy. But even the others while not directly correlated to my condition were good too, but those I watched in backs and forths, while those 3 were almost "binge watching" for me. 

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