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GI CONNECT e-learning on the impact of key CRC data on sequential clinical practice

GI CONNECT CRC Masterclass

Share the challenging and thought-provoking discussion at the recent GI CONNECT CRC Masterclass. Now available as a series of useful slide sets. Watch the video to hear the summary from the GI CONNECT faculty members. We have also asked attendees to capture their own key insights from the programme for you.

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GI CONNECT e-learning on the impact of key CRC data on sequential clinical practice

GI CONNECT Experts Knowledge Share ESMO 2018: Treatment sequencing and flexible dosing in later-line management of colorectal cance

Prof. Heinz-Josef Lenz led an interesting Experts Knowledge Share on the topic ‘Treatment sequencing and flexible dosing in later-line management of colorectal cancer’ with Dr. Chiara Cremolini and Dr. Gerald Prager providing opposing perspectives. Please note that the views presented do not reflect the Experts’ own opinions but are intended to represent opposing perspectives on the topic of discussion. Please click on the link to watch the video and download the slides.

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GI CONNECT e-learning on the impact of key CRC data on sequential clinical practice

GI CONNECT review paper published in Cancer Treatment Reviews

Three GI CONNECT members authored a paper ‘Reconsidering the benefit of intermittent versus continuous treatment in the maintenance treatment setting of metastatic colorectal cancer’ with the aim to reconsider the evidence for clinical benefit of intermittent versus continuous treatment in the maintenance treatment setting of mCRC and to evaluate the effect of RAS and BRAF mutational status on maintenance strategies.

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GI CONNECT e-learning on the impact of key CRC data on sequential clinical practice

GI CONNECT review paper published in Annals of Oncology

Four GI CONNECT members authored a paper ‘Challenging Chemoresistant Metastatic Colorectal cancer: therapeutic strategies from the clinic and from the laboratory’ with the aim to review the effective and well-tolerated third-line and subsequent lines of treatment; and to exploit oncogenic drivers of colorectal cancer and overcome acquired resistance.

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