ESO Breast Cancer Screening Conference 2015

Oncology Meeting Resources

18 Jun - 20 Jun, Dublin, Ireland

This conference focused on using current knowledge in breast screening and its outcomes to inform future screening practice for breast cancer and its treatment. Evidence on the implementation and the impact of breast cancer screening, its detection and its treatment, were presented, including perspectives on the UK’s Marmot report.

Here, ESMO members will find the slides from the ESO Breast Cancer Screening Conference 2015. The use of these presentations is for personal educational purposes only. ESMO thanks the authors for their generosity.

Presenter Presentation title Session title
K. Benn The European Parliament written declaration “On the Fight Against Breast Cancer” Perspectives on the Marmot report
D. A. Cameron Presentation from the Marmot review Perspectives on the Marmot report
D. A. Cameron Clinician’s perspective Perspectives on the Marmot report
M. Wilcox Patient’s perspective Perspectives on the Marmot report
S. Zackrisson Radiologist’s perspective Perspectives on the Marmot report
C. De Wolf Challenges in implementation of breast screening services in Europe Breast screening programmes and policies
A. O'Doherty Setting up a screening programme - The Irish experience Breast screening programmes and policies
S.E. Pinder The pathology and management of B3 lesions Challenges in diagnosis and treatment
M. Michell Vacuum excision: Is it safe? Is it effective? Challenges in diagnosis and treatment
A. De Censi Chemoprevention or screening Challenges in diagnosis and treatment
D.L. Miglioretti Risk-based screening Challenges in breast screening
M. Wallis Performance evaluation in screening Challenges in breast screening
R. Prichard, IE - J. Walshe Multidisciplinary case discussion Challenges in breast screening
R. Pijnappel The impact of digital mammography Overtreatment in breast screening
S.E. Pinder The spectrum of early breast cancer Overtreatment in breast screening