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Modernising Bladder Cancer - an update

Wednesday 28th April 2021, 17.00 - 18.45


17.00 – 17:10
Welcome and introductions
Mr Amar Mohee
Consultant Urological Surgeon
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
17.10 – 17.40
Organ preservation and new horizons in systemic treatments
20min presentation, 10min Q&A
Professor Ananya Choudhury
Chair and Honorary Consultant in Clinical Oncology
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
17.40 – 18.10
Robotic vs open cystectomy: settling the controversy
20min presentation, 10min Q&A
Professor John Kelly
Consultant Urological Surgeon & Clinical Lead
University College London
18.10 – 18.40
Beyond BCG for non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer
20min presentation, 10min Q&A
Mr Hugh Mostafid
Consultant Urologist
Royal Surrey County Hospital
18.40 – 18.45
Meeting close
Mr Amar Mohee
Consultant Urological Surgeon
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

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How do I view sessions?
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What do I need to view?
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Can I use my iPad?
Absolutely, yes.
Where is it being held?
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What do I do if I have problems?
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