Sponsored Satellite Symposia

Sunday 9 December 2018
AAA Sponsored Satellite Symposium – 16:30 onwards

UKI NETS and Advanced Accelerator Applications (AAA) warmly invite you to join them at this year’s sponsored satellite symposium, to be held on 9 December 2018, at Hilton Deansgate, Manchester, from 16:30 onwards.

The innovative approach for patient selection and PFS in GEP-NETSChairman: Professor Martyn Caplin, Royal Free Hospital

Introduction and overview of GEP-NET management – ENETS guidelines
Professor Martyn Caplin
The first licensed Ga-68 DOTA-peptide: technical aspects and clinical impact in PET-imaging
Dr Prakash Monoharan The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
NICE guidance and patient selection
Professor John Ramage King’s College Hospital
Role of PRRT in P-NET care
Dr Lisa Bodei Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre, New York
PRRT as a component of multi-modal treatment of advanced NETS
Professor Andrea Frilling Imperial Hospital
Medical Case Presentations
Interactive session including panel discussion Dr Christos Toumpanakis, Royal Free Hospital and University College London
Panel: Dr Lisa Bodei, Professor John Newell-Price, Professor John Ramage, Professor Juan Valle, Professor Andrea Frilling, Dr Prakash Monoharan, Mr Mike Tadman
Summary and close
Professor Martyn Caplin

The event will be held in a private room. As places are limited, please register your interest at https://ukinetsinvite.eventbrite.co.uk  Where travel distance or time creates a requirement for accommodation, or should you have any questions regarding registration please contact [email protected]
Imaging Equipment Limited will be funding and managing this event. Imaging Equipment Limited is a subsidiary of Advance Accelerator Applications, a Novartis company.
Monday 10 December 2018 – UKI NETs 16th National Conference
IPSEN Sponsored Satellite Symposium – 08:00 – 09:00
Carcinoid Syndrome: going through the motions? Are we approaching Carcinoid Syndrome in the right way?

Chair- Prof John Newell-Price, Professor of Endocrinology, Royal Hallamshire Hospital Sheffield
Carcinoid Syndrome: The real impact on patients 
Prof Martyn Caplin, Professor of Gastroenterology and Neuroendocrine Tumours, Royal Free Hospital 
Diarrhoea in Carcinoid Syndrome: asking the right questions 
Dr Mohid Khan, Consultant in Gastroenterology and Neuroendocrine Tumours, Cardiff Royal Infirmary
A novel treatment for Carcinoid Syndrome Diarrhoea: Another option for patients
Prof Nick Reed, Consultant Oncologist, Beatson Oncology Centre, Glasgow
Question and Answer