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Lets tALK about... Diagnostics of Lung Cancer

This is an educational webinar for physicians with an interest in lung cancer. The webinar will focus on the clinical pathway of diagnostics, with Norwegian guidelines as a reference, cryobiopsy as a tool in diagnostics, and how to assess the risk when considering lung cancer surgery.

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The Full Program for the 2nd of Desember | 16:00 - 17:30

16.00 - Welcome and introduction

  • Hans Anderssen, Editor at HealthTalk

16.05 - Diagnostic workup for lung cancer in Norway

  • Bjørn Henning Grønberg

16.25 Cryobiopsi as a tool

  • Tesfaye Madebo

16.45 Riskstratification prior to lung cancer surgery

  • Elisabeth Edvardsen

17.05 - Q&A, and discussion

  • Lead: Hans Anderssen
  • Mohsen Zangani, Medical Director at Takeda Norway

17.25 - Closing remarks

  • Takeda AS, Norway

The meeting is organized by Takeda.

C-APROM/NO/BRI/0012

Speakers

Bjørn Henning Grønberg

Professor

Doctor and cancer specialist. Chief physician at the Cancer Clinic, St. Olavs Hospital, with responsibility for the treatment of lung cancer. Main position as a researcher at the Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine, NTNU. Department group leader for cancer and patient-centered research.

Tesfaye Madebo (MD, PhD)

Cryo as diagnostic and therapeutic tool

Senior consultant at the Department of Pulmonary Medicine, Stavanger University Hospital with responsibility for the treatment of lung cancer. Has participated actively in several studies including clinical lung cancer research directed by the Norwegian Lung Cancer Group. Supervise Junior Registrars for the specialty of internal medicine and lung medicine.

Elisabeth Edvardsen

Postdoctoral Researcher at Norwegian School of Sport Sciences (NIH)

Scientific work:
Exercise testing and advanced pulmonary function testing in top athletes as well as in patients, in addition to conducting training interventions in different populations (during pregnancy, cancer patients, healthy individuals, after lung transplantation). Has participated in several studies regarding CPET in different patient populations. Project leader of two randomized controlled trials; “High-intensity training after lung cancer surgery” and “High-intensity training after lung transplantation” (ongoing).