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Joint Swiss and Austrian Society
of Senology Congress - Senoforum 2014
Lugano, Switzerland: Convention Centre
11th - 12th September 2014
JSASS - SenoForum 2014
is an ESO recommended event
INTRODUCTION
Dear participants,
The nice tradition of joint meetings between the Austrian and Swiss Societies of Senology
continues: the Centro di Senologia della Svizzera Italiana, CSSI (the Eusoma certified breast
unit of Canton Ticino and Italian speaking Grisons), is delighted and honoured to host this
special event in Lugano in 2014.
Together with our Clinical Director, Dr Med Olivia Pagani, I am extremely pleased to
welcome the Colleagues of the Austrian and Swiss Society of Senology to this special
meeting in which a number of different opinions and clinical experiences will have a unique
opportunity to be exchanged.
The invitation is also extended of course to the nearby Italian senologic community,
to share views and results on all aspects of breast cancer management, from screening to
surgery, from medical oncology to research, from pathology to plastic and reconstructive
surgery, from radiotherapy to advocacy.
The event is including the annual meeting of the CSSI (senoforum.ch) and it is also
recommended by the European School of Oncology which is sponsoring a few dedicated
lectures.
Join us in Lugano for a lot of new knowledge on breast cancer, exchange of experiences
and opinions, good food and blue sky!
Dr. med. Alberto Costa
Congress President
Centro di Senologia della Svizzera Italiana (CSSI)
Director, European School of Oncology
Thursday, 11th September
09.00
WELCOME AND OPENING
REMARKS
14.15
KI67 AND GENE PROFILING TESTS?
Chair: L. Mazzucchelli (CH)
Co-Chair: Z. Bago-Horvath (AT)
Congress President: Alberto Costa (CH)
C. Viehl (CH), R. Koller (AT)
09.30
• Reliability of Ki-67 based on tumor
grading: Z. Varga (CH)
• Optimal Ki-67 threshold to indicate
chemotherapy in luminal A or luminal B
invasive breast cancer: A. Reiner (AT)
• Indications for multigene tests in clinical
practice: M. Knauer (AT)
• Prediction of late recurrences:
BREAST CANCER SCREENING
IN AUSTRIA AND SWITZERLAND
Chair: M. Stierer (AT)
Co-Chair: S. Zehbe (CH)
• Organized screening in European
countries: C. De Wolf (CH)
• Benefits and harms of routine screening
mammography: W. Buchberger (AT)
• Ultrasound as part of routine screening:
first experiences with the Austrian
model: M. Fuchsjäger (AT)
• Screening in high-risk patients:
P. Dubsky (AT)
15.15
Chair: C. Viehl (CH)
Co-Chair: M. Knauer (AT)
• Management of the axilla in the
neoadjuvant setting: C. Tausch (CH)
• Axillary surgery: an evidence-based
retreat with considerable delay:
R. Zanetti (CH)
10.30
Coffee break
10.45
IMAGING IN BREAST CANCER
MANAGEMENT
W. Weber (CH)
• DACH-consensus 2012: F. Fitzal (AT)
• Axillary dissection versus axillary
radiotherapy: J.F. Delaloye (CH)
Chair: M. Fuchsjäger (AT)
Co-Chair: K. Kinkel (CH)
16.00 - 18.30
Parallel meeting of SGS
working group MIBB
• PET-CT: The new standard for systemic
staging? K. Pinker (AT)
• The role of preoperative axillary
ultrasound - the surgeon’s view:
M. Hubalek (AT)
Management of the axilla
16.15
Coffee break
16.30
New techniques in breast
reconstruction:
problems and solutions
• Indications for preoperative MRI:
S. Dellas (CH)
• Oxford Style Debate: This house believes
that MRI should be part of routine
diagnostic workup for every breast
cancer patient
• PRO: M. Gnant (AT)
• CONTRA: W. Weber (CH)
12.00
Chair: R. Koller
Co-Chair: P. Giovanoli
• Breast reconstruction
and quality of life: E. Sarasin (CH)
• The gold standard in contemporary
breast reconstruction: autologous vs
foreign, primary vs secondary:
SURGERY AND PATHOLOGY
OF THE PRIMARY
Chair: A. Reiner (AT)
Co-Chair: T. Gyr (CH)
J. Farhardi (CH)
• Risk and benefit of nipple and skin
sparing mastectomy: R. Koller (AT)
• Acellular dermal matrix for primary
breast reconstruction:
• Optimal breast cancer pathology report:
A synthesis of morphological and
molecular parameters:
T. Tot (Sweden, ESO lecture)
D. Gschwantler-Kaulich (AT)
• Margin width – what pathology can tell:
• “Microvascular lymph node transfer to
treat chronic lymphedema: One surgical
option by Y. Harder”: Y. Harder (DE)
Oelschlegel (CH)
• Current techniques in oncoplastic
surgery: M. Haug (CH)
• Oncologic safety of oncoplastic surgery:
17.00 - 18.30
Parallel meeting of SGS working
group for Swiss certified Breast Cancer
P. Schrenk (AT)
13.15
Lunch
17.45
GENERAL DISCUSSION
WITH FACILITATORS IN GERMAN,
FRENCH AND ITALIAN
Friday, 12th September
09.00
RADIOTHERAPY IN BREAST CANCER
14.00
Chair: R. Jakesz (AT)
Co-Chair: A. Günthert (CH)
INNOVATION AND BREAST CANCER
RESEARCH
Chair: M. Gnant (AT)
Co-Chair: A. Goldhirsch (CH)
• Current state of ongoing landmark
trials: F. Cardoso (PT), ESO lecture
• Future prospects of targeted therapy
for triple negative breast cancer:
• Omission of adjuvant radiotherapy after
breast conserving surgery in elderly
patients: G. Gruber (CH)
• Current indications for hypofractionated
radiotherapy: F. Sedlmayer (AT)
• Accelerated partial breast irradiation:
the future of adjuvant radiotherapy?
T. Ruhstaller (CH)
• Immunotherapy for breast cancer:
current state and future impact:
F. Zimmermann (CH)
S. Soysal (CH)
• Breast re-irradiation after breast
conserving therapy for local recurrence:
• Statins, oral anti-diabetics, aspirin, and
antihypertensive drugs: a realistic
treatment option for breast cancer?
A. Resch (AT)
S. Gampenrieder (AT)
10.00
BREAST CANCER
IN YOUNG WOMEN
Chair: B. Thurliman (CH)
Co-Chair: C. Marth (AT)
• Suicide in breast cancer patients: the
Swiss perspective: U. Güth (CH)
15.30
• International Guidelines for the
management of breast cancer in young
women: O. Pagani (CH)
• The Austrian Programme for the young
high risk patient: C. Singer (AT)
• Endocrine therapy in young women with
breast cancer: V. Bjelic-Radisic (AT)
• Treatment and outcomes of pregnancyassociated breast cancer:
QUALITY ASSURANCE
IN BREAST CANCER MANAGEMENT
Chair: C. Rageth (CH)
Co-Chair: F. Peintinger (AT)
• Breast centres certification: a tool to
improve quality of care or an excuse to
centralize patients?: W. Neunteufel (AT)
• Benchmarking among certified breast
centers: N. Hauser (CH)
• The selection of quality indicators in
breast cancer management:
M. Castiglione (CH)
K. Huwyler (CH)
11.00
Coffee break
11.15
SYSTEMIC TREATMENT
OF BREAST CANCER
Chair: R. Greil (AT)
Co-Chair: A. Calderoni (CH)
• Time from diagnosis to treatment as
quality indicator: Benefit for oncologic
outcomes or harm to decision making
process?: R. Reitsamer (AT)
16.15
CLOSING SESSION
• Best abstract-poster awards:
• Neoadjuvant therapy for ER positive
breast cancer: S. Aebi (CH)
• Optimal duration of adjuvant
antihormonal therapy: R. Bartsch (AT)
• Supraclavicular lymph node metastasis:
regional or systemic disease?
G. Steger (AT)
12.15
GENERAL DISCUSSION
WITH LANGUAGE FACILITATION
12.45 - 13.30
General Assembly SGS And ÖGS
13.00
Lunch
E. Kubista (AT)
• St Gallen conference 2015 in Vienna: a
Swiss-Austrian contribution to a better
understanding of breast cancer:
H.J. Senn (CH):
Closing remarks by the Society
Presidents and the Congress President
Committees
Congress President:
Dr. med. Alberto Costa,Ticino Breast Unit and Director European School of Oncology Switzerland.
Swiss Society of Senology President (SGS-SSS):
PD Dr. med. Carsten T. Viehl, Clinical Surgery, Spitalzentrum. Biel-Bienne, Switzerland.
Austrian Society of Senology President (OeGS):
Prim. Univ. Doz. Dr. med. Rupert Koller, Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery Department,
Wilhelminenspital. Vienna, Austria
Swiss Society of Senology Congress Secretary (SGS-SSS):
PD Dr. med. Walter P. Weber, Breast Centre, Universitätsspital. Basel, Switzerland.
PD Dr. med. Michael Knauer, Brust-Gesundheitszentrum Linz, Austria.
Prim. Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Angelika Reiner, Pathologisch-bakteriologisches Institut, Donauspital. Vienna, Austria.
ESO:
Dr. med. Fatima Cardoso, Coordinator of the Breast Cancer Program for the ESO
Speakers
Prof. Stefan Aebi
Head Medical Oncology,
Luzerner Kantonsspital, Switzerland
Univ. Prof. Dr. Florian Fitzal
Department of Surgery, Medical University of Vienna,
Waehringer Guertel
Prof. Dr. Rupert Bartsch
Division of Oncology of the Department of Medicine I,
Medical University Vienna and Comprehensive
Cancer Center
Prof. Dr. Michael Fuchsjager
Medical University Graz, Department of Radiology,
Division of General Radiology
Univ. Prof. Dr. Vesna Bjelic- Radisic
Medical University Graz,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dr. med. Fatima Cardoso
Head Breast Cancer Unit - Champalimaud Cancer
Center, Portugal
Prof. Monica Castiglione
Head Onco-Gynaecology, University Hospital,
Geneva, Switzerland.
Dr. med. Sophie Dellas
Breast Radiology, Breast Center,
University Hospital Basel
Chris De Wolf
Switzerland
Prof. Dr. med. Jean-François Delaloye
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Laussane, Switzerland
Ass. Prof. Dr. Daphne Gschwantler-Kaulich
Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics,
Medical University of Vienna
Dr. S. Gampenrieder
Universitätsklinik für Innere Medizin III.
Prof. Aron Goldhirsch
Deputy Scientific Director of European Institute
of Oncology, Milan Italy.
Medical Consultant, Ospedale Regionale di Lugano,
Switzerland
Univ. Prof. Dr. Michael Gnant
Department of Surgery, Medical University of Vienna
Prof. Guenther Gruber
Head Radio - Oncology Hirslanden,
Zurich Switzerland
Dr. U. Guth
Breast Centre, Cantonal Hospital Winterthur
Prof. Y. Harder
PD Dr. Peter Dubsky
Department of Surgery
Medical University of Vienna, Waehringer Guertel
PD Dr. med. M. Haug
Plastic Surgery, Breast Centre,
University Hospital Basel
J. Farhardi
Breast Center Zürich
N. Hauser
Breast center, Cantonal Hospital Baden
Thomas Helbich
Vice-chairman Department of Radiology,
Head of Molecular and Gender Imaging,
Austria
M. Hubalek
Medizinische Universität Innsbruck,
Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics
Dr. med. Karin Huwyler
Krebsliga Schweiz, Bern
Univ. Prof. Dr. Ernst Kubista
Prim. Univ. Doz. Dr. W. Neunteufel
Gynaecology And Obstetrician Department
Of Dornbirn, Austria
Dr. med. Christian Oelschlegel
Pathology, Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen
Katja Pinker-Domenig
Associate Professor of Radiology,
University of Vienna, Austria
Prim. Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Angelika Reiner
Pathologisch-bakteriologisches Institut,
Donauspital. Vienna, Austria.
PD Dr. Roland Reitsamer
Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics,
University Hospital Salzburg,
A. Resch
Department of Radiooncology,
Medical University of Vienna
PD. Dr. med. T. Ruhstaller
Staff medical oncologist,
Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen
Prim. Univ. Prof. Dr. Felix Sedlmayer
Department of Radiotherapy,
University Hospital Salzburg,
Prof. Dr. med. H.J. Senn
St.Gallen
Dr. E. Serasin
Spec. Obstetrics and Gynecology, Zurich
Univ. Doz. Dr. Peter Schrenk,
Department of Surgery,
Breast Center,
General Hospital Linz
Univ. Prof. Dr.Christian Singer
Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics,
Medical University of Vienna
Dr. med. S. Soysal
Breast Surgical Oncology Fellow,
University Hospital Basel
Univ. Prof. Dr. Günther Steger
Consultant for Oncology
at the General Hospital – AKH,Vienna, Austria
Dr. med. Christoph Tausch
Brust-Zentrum, Zurich
Tibor Tot
Uppsala University
Laboratory Medicine Dalarna
Uppsala, Sweden
PD Dr. Zsuzsanna Varga
Pathologie, University of Zürich
PD Dr. med. Walter P. Weber
Abdominal Surgery,
Universitätsspital Basel,
Switzerland
PD Dr. med Rosanna Zanetti Dällenbach
Deputy Chief Physician
Obstetrics and Gynecology
(Women’s Clinic)
Prof. Dr. F. Zimmermann
Head, Department of Radiation Therapy
and Radiation Oncology
University Hospital Basel,
Department of Radiation Therapy
and Radiation Oncology
Chairs
Prof. Dr. med. Alberto Costa
Ticino Breast Unit and Director
European School of Oncology, Switzerland
Univ. Prof. Dr. Raimund Jakesz
Department of Surgery, Medical University of Vienna,
Primarius Univ. Doz.
Univ. Prof. Dr. Richard Greil
Universitätsklinik für Innere Medizin III
Dr. med. Rupert Koller
Plastic, Aesthetic and reconstructive Surgery
Department Wilhelminenspital, Austria
Dr. Thomas Gyr
Head Gynecology and Obstetrics,
Ospedale Regionale di Lugano,
Switzerland
PD Dr. med. Michael Knauer
Brust - Gesundheitszentrum Linz,
Austria Oeclschlegel Switzerland
L. Mazzucchelli
Dr. Olivia Pagani
Clinical Director,
Centro di Senologia della Svizzera Italiana,
Lugano-Bellinzona, Switzerland
PD Dr. Christoph Rageth
Head Breast Surgery, Brust-Zentrum,
Zurich, Switzerland
Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Angelika Reiner
Pathologisch-bakteriologisches
Institut, Austria
Prof. Dr. M. Stierer
Hanuschplatz hospital
Department of Surgery
Wien, Austria
Prof. Dr. med. Beat Thurliman
Head of Senology Centre St. Gallen,
Switzerland
PD Dr. med. Carlsten T. Viehl
Clinical Surgery,
Spitalzentrum Biel/Bienne,
Switzerland
Co-Chairs
Dr. Zsuzsanna Bago-Horvath
Department of Pathology,
Medical University of Vienna,
Waehringer Guertel
A. Calderoni
FMH in medicina interna,
ematologia ed oncologia
MD Prof. P. Giovanoli
Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,
Department of Surgery
University Hospital Zurich
Prof. Dr. med. A. Gunthert
Head, Department of Gynecologie,
Breast Center Luzern,
Cantonal Hospital Lucerne
K. Kinkel
Specialist FMH, Privat docent
PD Dr. med. Michael Knauer
Brust-Gesundheitszentrum Linz, Austria
B. Marth
Medizinische Universität Innsbruck,
Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics
PD Dr. Florentia Peintinger
Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics,
University Hospital Salzburg
S. Zehbe
Head of service radiology
Ospedale Regionale di Bellinzona e Valli - Bellinzona
Congress Date
Registrations & Informations
Thursday, September 11th 2014
09.00 - 17.00
Congress Secretariat
Mrs Rubina Matoso
LT3 Suisse Sagl
Via Bossi 50, 6830 Chiasso - CH
Tel: +41 916826788
Fax +41 916955085
info@jsass.ch
Friday, September 12th 2014
09.00 - 16.15
Location
Lugano, Switzerland:
Convention Centre
Welcome & Registrations
Thursday, September 11th 2014
08.00 - 16.30
Registration fees
Early registration
Late registration
On-site registration
before or on 31.05.14
before or on 15.08.14
on or after 16.08.14
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