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MANAGEMENT OF PANCREATOBILIARY MALIGNANCIES

Giuseppe Aliperti, MD / Paul Schultz, MD
  Management of Pacreato-biliary Malignancies
Douglas Evans, MD
  Pancreatic Cancer: What Defines Resectability and the Role for Surgery
Michael Choti, MD, MBA
  Surgical Management of Cholangiocarcinoma
Robert Wolff, MD
  Management of Pancreatobiliary Malignancy: Medical Oncology Perspective
Frank Gress, MD
  EUS in the Management of Pancreaticobiliary Cancers
David Carr-Locke, MA, MB BChir, DRCOG, FRCP, FACG, FASGE
  Interventional Endoscopy in PB Malignancy
     

MINIMALLY INVASIVE PROCEDURES FOR MANAGEMENT OF GASTROINTESTINAL CANCERS

Gregory Ginsberg, MD
  \'Radiofrequency Ablation for Barrett\'s
  \'Endoscopic Approaches to Barrett\'s
Dana Sands, MD
  Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery
Todd Baron, MD
  Endoscopic Stent Placement
Atilla Nakeeb, MD
  Laparoscopic Pancreatectomy
     

PHYSICIANS AND THE LAW

Andrew Schlafly, JD
  Sham Peer Review: A Legal Perspective
Larry Huntoon, MD, PhD
  Sham Peer Review: The Unjust "Objective Test"
  Abuse of the "Disruptive Physician" Clause
  The Psychology of Sham Peer Review
  Sham Peer Review: The Poliner Verdict
  The Insulting Physician "Code of Conduct"
     

EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF PANCREATIC CANCER

Banke Agarwal, MD / David Linehan, MD
  Early Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer
Suresh Chari, MD
  New-onset Diabetes is a Marker of Pancreatic Cancer
David Whitcomb, MD, PhD
  Familial Pancreatic Cancer Families
Michael Goggins, MD
  Molecular Markers to Aid In Early Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer
Maurits Wiersema, MD
  Early Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer
     

STATE OF THE ART LECTURE

Philip Alderson, MD / Medhat Osman, MD, PhD
  Advances in Nuclear Medicine and its Impact on Diagnosis and Management of GI Cancers
     

POST-TREATMENT FOLLOW-UP AND MANAGEMENT OF RECURRENT GI CANCERS

Robert Fry, MD
  Colorectal Cancer Post-Treatment Surveillance
Edward Lin, MD
  Post Treatment Follow Up in Esophageal Cancer
  Post Treatment Surveillance in Patients with Esophageal Cancer: Is It Beneficial and Worth the Cost?
Stephen Swisher, MD, PhD
  Post-Treatment Management of Esophageal Cancers: Surgical Considerations



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