Welcome, Introduction, and Baseline Assessment
State-of-the-Art Management of Node-Positive Melanoma After Resection with Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors
Contemporary Treatment Strategies for Resectable Melanoma: Is Earlier Immune Checkpoint Blockade Better?
Identifying and Managing Treatment-Related Adverse Events: Preserving Efficacy and Reducing Toxicity
Panel Discussion: 2019 Clinical Treatment Algorithm and Key Abstracts/Emerging Data Sets
Date / Time
Rodabe Amaria, MD
Department of Melanoma Medical Oncology
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Michael Atkins, MD
Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
Ahmad Tarhini, MD
Acting Professor, Hematology and Medical Oncology
Emory University School of Medicine
Co-Director, Melanoma and Skin Cancer Program
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University
This program is intended for oncologists and other healthcare professionals involved in the treatment of melanoma.
- Plan optimal adjuvant treatment strategies for patients with melanoma at high risk of recurrence after surgical resection based on available data and expert recommendations
- Evaluate the available clinical data on neoadjuvant immune checkpoint blockade in high-risk resectable melanoma
- Manage adverse events effectively in patients receiving novel targeted agents or immunotherapies for melanoma based on available data, recommendations, and available decision support tools
- Identify patients with advanced melanoma suitable for enrollment on ongoing clinical studies investigating novel therapies or combination strategies
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Physician Continuing Medical Education
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