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ICRCC 2014: Colon- and Rectal Cancer, Ulm









Colon- and Rectal Cancer


October 9-11th, 2014
University Hospital of Ulm (Department of Surgery)




Honorary-President 2014:
Torbjörn Holm, Stockholm / S

President:
Marko Kornmann, Ulm / GER

Organizing Committee:
Doris Henne-Bruns, Ulm / GER
Marko Kornmann, Ulm / GER
Andrea Formentini, Ulm / GER
Karl-Heinrich Link, Wiesbaden / GER
Advisory Board:

Surgery:
Markus Büchler, Heidelberg / GER
Marcello Deraco, Milan / Italy
Torbjörn Holm, Stockholm / S
Zhen-Ling Ji, Nanjing / RC
Christoph A. Maurer, Bern / CH
Takeo Mori, Tokyo / J


Gastroenterology, Oncology:
Koizumi, Tokyo / J
Thomas Seufferlein, Ulm / GER
Masamichi Yasumo, Tokyo / J

Pathology:
Peter Möller, Ulm / GER

Radiology:
Meinrad Beer, Ulm / GER
Regina Beets-Tan, Maastricht / NL

Radiotherapy (tentative):
Rainer Fietkau, Erlangen / GER
Thomas Wiegel, Ulm / GER

Under the auspices of (tentative):



  • DGC Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chirurgie

  • DGAV Deutsche Gesellschaft für Allgemein- und Viszeralchirurgie

  • Baden-Württembergische Krebsgesellschaft (tentative):

  • AIO – Arbeitsgemeinschaft Internistische Onkologie (tentative):

  • CAO-V Chirurgische Arbeitsgemeinschaft Onkologie der DGAV (tentative):

  • Addz – Arbeitsgemeinschaft deutscher Darmzentren (tentative):

  • CCCU Comprehensive Cancer Center Ulm (tentative):

  • Darmzentrum Ulm (tentative):

In cooperation with:

  • Deutsche ILCO

  • Stiftung Lebensblicke e.V

  • Netzwerk gegen Darmkrebs e.V.



Scientific program - preliminary

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Welcome Marko Kornmann 13.00 h
Opening Karl-Heinrich Link, Wiesbaden / GER
President of the ICRCC

Session 1: Anatomy and Pathology,
Lessons for Surgeons and Gastroenterologists 13.15-14.45 h

Chairmen: Takeo Mori, Tokyo / J - Meinrad Beer, Ulm / GER

Surgical anatomy of the lower rectum. What do we know?
Sigmar Stelzner, Dresden / GER

Risk classification of polyps and cancer – Impact of pathology to determine the prognosis


NN

Definition of lymph node and tumor satellite – does it make a difference?


Thomas Barth, Ulm / GER

Autonomic nerves are seven times at risk. Anatomy of the pelvis revisited.


Klaas Havenga, Groningen / NL

Coffee break: 14.45-15.15 h

Session 2: Recent Advances in imaging 15.15-16.30
and interventional treatment

Chairmen: Lu Yin, Shanghai / RC - Reiner Kunz, Berlin / GER

What can we expect from endosonography for rectal cancer staging in the future?
Marco Sailer, Hamburg / GER

What can we expect from modern MRI for colorectal cancer staging in the future?


Meinrad Beer, Ulm/ GER

Indications and outcome of radiofrequency ablation of liver metastases.


Paolo Abitabile, Fricktal / CH

Coffee break: 16.30-17.00 h

Scientific program - preliminary

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Session 3: Surgery of colon cancer 17.00-18.45 h

Chairmen: Zhen-Ling Ji, Nanjing / CHINA - Peter Möller, Ulm / GER

Outcome after colon cancer surgery in Japan – Update on the Japanese techniques
Takeo Mori, Tokyo / J

Laparoscopic right hemicolectomy in CME technique – Evidence of benefit?


(including video)
Stefan Rolf Benz, Böblingen / GER

Standards of colon cancer resections in China (video?)


Lu Yin, Shanghai / RC

Outcome after colon resection –


do old patients benefit most from laparoscopic surgery
Pawel Mroczkowski, Hans Lippert, Magdeburg / GER

Poster Presentation to all topics 18.45-19.30 h
Chairmen group 1: NN/ NN

Chairmen group 2: NN/ NN

Chairmen group 3: NN/ NN

Chairmen group 4: NN/ NN



Welcome Mixer during the poster presentation

Scientific program - preliminary

Friday, October 10th, 2014


Session 4: 6 short orals of best posters 08.30-09.00 h

Chairmen: NN / NN



Session 5: Screening and local treatment of colon- and
rectal cancer: Local Excision 09.00-10.45 h

Chairmen: Klaas Havenga, Groningen / NL – Marco Sailer, Hamburg / GER

Screenng of colon cancer: Updated results from Japan
Soichi Tanaka, Tokyo / J

Effects of screening colonoscopy – New data from the health care system in Germany


Leopold Ludwig, Ulm / GER

Endoscopic polypectomy: Are there any limits?


Koichi Koizumi, Tokyo / J

Treatment of complications after colonoscopy: Do we always need surgery?


Martin Wager, Ulm / GER

Coffee Break: 10.45-11.15

Key note lecture: Surgery of rectal cancer 11.15-12.00 h
Chairmen: NN

Extra-levator abdominoperineal excision: short and long term outcome


(video included)
Torbjörn Holm, Stockholm / S

Lunch break: 12.00-12.45

Session 6 Treatment options and liver resection in stage IV disease 12.45-14.00 h

Chairmen: Torbjörn Holm, Stockholm / S – Michael Ghadimi, Göttingen / GER

Laparoscopic liver resection – Are there any limits (including short video)
Giulio Belli, Neapel / I

Preoperative chemotherapy for liver metastases: Is prediction of response possible


Masamichi Yasuno, Tokyo / J

Liver surgery in China – Is the laparoscopic approach standard?


Zhen-Ling Ji, Nanjing / RC

Remove the primary and then start chemotherapy for liver metastases


Moritz Koch, Jürgen Weitz, Dresden / GER


Coffee break: 14.00-14.30

Key note lecture: Staging of rectal cancer using MRI: Where do we stand? 14.30-15.15 h

Chairman: Thomas Seufferlein, Ulm / GER

Staging and restaging of rectal cancer using MRI: Where do we stand?
Regina Beets-Tan, Maastricht / NL

Session 7: Multimodal concepts and treatment individualization I 15.15- 16.30 h

Chairmen: Koichi Koizumi, Tokyo / J – Karl Heinrich Link, Wiesbaden / GER

Impact of molecular markers on the choice of palliative treatment
Thomas Seufferlein, Ulm / GER

Intensified neoadjuvant treatment in rectal cancer including molecular biomarkers – Where do we stand?


Michael Ghadimi, Göttingen / GER

Chemotherapy for high risk colon cancer patients: Update of recommendation


Masamichi Yasuno, Tokyo / J

ICRCC-Meeting 16.30-18.00
ICRCC-Club Meeting:
Meeting of the ICRCC- members with elections
Election of best presentation for ICRCC-Award.

Scientific program - preliminary

Saturday, October 11th, 2014


Session 8: Multimodal concepts and treatment individualization II 09.00-10.15 h

Chairmen: NN – NN

Optimal timing of liver resection with regard to primary and chemotherapy
Hauke Lang, Mainz / GER

Future perspectives of multimodal treatment of rectal cancer –


How can we reduce distant metastases?
NN

Evidence for individualization of adjuvant treatment in young and old patients


N.N.

Start chemotherapy first and leave the primary


NN

Coffee Break: 10.15-10.45 h

Session 9: Debate: Neoadjuvant therapy of rectal cancer 10.45-12.00 h

Chairmen: Hans Raab, Oldenburg / GER – Thomas Wiegel, Ulm / GER

Do we irradiate too much in rectal cancer?
Markus Büchler, Heidelberg / GER

Do we operate too much in rectal cancer?


Rainer Fietkau, Erlangen / GER

Debate / open panel (M. Büchler, R. Fietkau, T. Mori, H. Raab, Th. Wiegel)

Coffee/Lunch Break: 12.00-12.30

Key note lecture 12.30-13.15 h

Chairmen: D. Henne-Bruns, Ulm / GER

Peritoneal carcinosis – who needs HIPEC treatment?
Marcello Deraco, Milan / I

Scientific program - preliminary

Saturday, October 11th, 2014


Session 10: How I do it 13.15-14.30 h

Chairmen: Christoph A. Maurer, Bern / CH – Ludger Staib, Esslingen / GER

Extended resection in primary and recurrent rectal cancer – How far should we go?
Hans Raab, Oldenburg / GER

Reconstruction after rectal cancer resection – how I do it


Christoph A. Maurer, Bern/ CH

Minimal-invasive resection of lung metastases – indications?


Johannes Merk, Ulm / GER

ICRCC-Award for best poster presentation and Closing remarks
Award Jury and Prof. Dr. med. Marko Kornmann 14.30-14-45 h


Workshops and seminars at the ICRCC 2014

Workshop: News in surgery techniques
Techniques, Demonstrations, Videos, Do-it-yourself
Industrial sponsored workshop, language: English and German
max. 10 participants for each course, separate registration necessary


Course I: Friday, October 10th, 2014: 12.00-12.45
Course II: Friday, October 10th, 2014: 14.00-14.45 h
Course III: Saturday, October 11
th, 2014: 11.15-12.00 h

The workshops are sponsored by:

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Workshop (Sprache nur Deutsch)
Psychoonkologie
„Das Erstgespräch und die weitere Begleitung“

Topic:
- Das strukturierte Erstgespräch in 5 Schritten
- Beschwerden des Patienten – Empathie mit Maß und Ziel
- Die Belastung von Patient und Therapeut
- Bewältigungsstrategien

Das Gespräch spielt eine entscheidende Rolle in der Begleitung Krebskranker – in allen Phasen der Erkrankung. Gegenstand dieser Gespräche sind die Belastungen des Patienten und dessen ganz persönliche Art, mit diesen umzugehen. Wie schafft ich als behandelnder Kliniker/Therapeut die Basis für eine vertrauensvolle, hilfreiche Beziehung – und einem hierdurch gekennzeichneten begleitenden Dialog?


Im ersten Teil des Workshops soll ein stark strukturiertes Modell für solch ein Gespräch vorgestellt werden, zusammen mit einem kurzen Ausflug in die Logik der Gefühle, Betrachtungen über den Begriff der Empathie, wie auch der typischen Bewältigungsstrategien, die wir bei unseren Patienten beobachten können. Nach der Pause werde konkrete Beispiele vorgestellt - auch aus der Arbeit der Teilnehmer - mit Gelegenheit zur Diskussion.


Freitag, 10. Oktober 2014: 13.00 – 17.00 h mit Pausen
Leitung des Workshops: Dr. med. Peter Weyland, Biberach

Vom Kongress gesonderte Anmeldung ist erforderlich.

_________________________________________________________________________________

Samstag, 15.00 – 16.30 h


Patiententag: „Darmkrebs – Wie kann man vorbeugen?“

Wein und Gesundheit
Prof. Dr. med. Ludger Staib, Chirurgische Klinik Esslingen

Sport und Krebs
Prof. Dr. med. Jürgen Steinacker, Universitätsklinikum Ulm

Einfluss des Körpergewichts auf die Krebsentstehung
PD Dr. med. A. Wolf, Chirurgische Klinik, Universitätsklinik Ulm

Darmspiegelung zur Vorbeugung von Darmkrebs
PD Dr. med. Andrea Formentini, Chirurgische Klinik, Universitätsklinik Ulm

Leitung: Dr. med. Stephan Paschke, Chirurgische Klinik, Universitätsklinikum Ulm


Patienten und deren Angehörige /


Öffentlichkeitsforum, keine Anmeldung erforderlich
Faculty (tentative):

Abitabile, Paolo, Fricktal / CH

Barth, Thomas, Ulm / GER

Beer Meinrad, Ulm / GER

Beets-Tan Regina, Maastricht / NL

Belli Giulio, Neapel / Italy

Benz Stefan Rolf, Böblingen / GER

Büchler Markus, Heidelberg / GER

Deraco Marcello, Milan / Italy

Fietkau Rainer, Erlangen / GER

Ghadimi Michael, Göttingen / GER

Havenga Klaas, Groningen / NL

Henne-Bruns Doris, Ulm / GER

Formentini Andrea, Ulm / GER

Ji Zhen-Ling, Nanjing / RC

Koch Moritz, Dresden / GER

Koizumi Koichi Tokyo / J

Kornmann Marko, Ulm / GER

Kunz Reiner, Berlin / GER

Lang Hauke, Mainz / GER

Link Karl-Heinrich, Wiesbaden / GER

Ludwig Leopold, Ulm / GER

Maurer Christoph A., Bern / CH

Merk Johannes, Ulm / GER

Mori Takeo, Tokyo / J

Möller Peter, Ulm / GER

Mroczskowski Pawel, Magdeburg / GER

Paschke Stephan Ulm / GER

Tanaka Soichi, Tokyo / J

Sailer Marco, Hamburg / GER

Seufferlein Thomas, Ulm / GER

Steinacker Jürgen, Ulm / GER


Stezlner, Sigmar, Dresden / GER

Yasuno Masamichi, Tokyo / J

Yin Lu, Shanghai / RC

Wagner Martin, Ulm / GER

Weitz Jürgen, Dresden / GER

Wiegel Thomas, Ulm / GER

Wolf Anna, Ulm / GER

ICRCC Abstract Award 2014

We are happy to inform you that for the upcoming ICRCC Meeting an Abstract Award will be given.

The award will be given for the best abstract. All abstracts will be reviewed by an expert committee, the best abstract will be chosen after the presentation (poster and short oral) at the symposium.
The presentation is scheduled for Thursday, October 9
th, 2014.


The award includes an official confirmation and a financial support of € 500,-
for the corresponding author/group.


Note:
Deadline for Abstract submission: August 31th, 2014

Abstracts and posters have to be submitted in English. Other languages are not permitted.

All participants are invited to submit abstracts for poster presentation. 


An abstract review committee will undergo all abstracts and may chose special interesting abstracts for a short oral presentation (5 min). 


Topic for abstracts:
Abstracts about the following categories will be considered for presentation:

  • Basic cancer research

  • Clinical cancer research

  • Surgery

  • Multimodal treatment

  • Clinical trials



Abstract specifications
Abstracts should meet all specifications below:

  • Languague: English

  • Maximum word count abstract title: 25 words

  • Maximum word count abstract text (excluding authors' names and affiliations): 300 words (tables and figures are not accepted)

  • Do not use trademarks in abstract title; trademarks may be mentioned between brackets in the abstract text the first time reference is made to the product

  • Provide affilliations for all authors

  • Provide at least two specific keywords for indexing in meeting publications


Additional conditions
The organizers reserve the right to correct spelling and/or grammatical errors and to adjust the lay-out of tables/figures without the authors' consent. 

All submitted abstracts will undergo expert review and will be scheduled / rejected based upon ratings by multiple reviewers per abstract. Rejected abstracts will not be published. Notifications of abstract scheduling/rejection will be sent to submitting authors until September 13th, 2014.


Without registration and payment of the participant, the final acceptance of the abstract cannot be given. After abstract acceptance, each registrant will be informed about details for poster size and poster presentation time.

Submitted abstracts may be modified or withdrawn until September 22nd at the latest. Abstracts withdrawn before or on this date will not be scheduled for presentation and will not be published. For abstract modifications, contact the ICRCC-Secretariat.

Accepted abstracts will not be released in any form before October 11th, 2014.
The abstract’s first and presenting author who, without notice, is absent during the ICRCC- session when his/her abstract is to be presented, will be barred out of the review process for the ICRCC 2014-Abstract Award.

Publications

Accepted abstracts will be handed out (electronically, or published in a book of abstracts) to ICRCC 2014- delegates and will be made publicly available online during or shortly after the ICRCC 2014-symposium. The organizing committee is planning to publish the abstracts as booklet at the webpage of ICRCC: www.ICRCC.de after ICRCC 2014. Each registrant sending an abstract accepts this procedure. Abstracts will not be released prior to October 11th, 2014.



Industrieunterstützung
Stand Oktober 2014

Industrieausstellung:
In den Foyers um den Hörsaal der Medizinischen Klinik findet eine Industrieausstellung zusammen mit der wissenschaftlichen Posterausstellung statt.
Während der Pausen werden Kaffee, Tee und Kaltgetränke in der Industrieausstellung serviert.
Bitte besuchen Sie in den Pausen die Ausstellung:

Öffnungszeiten:


Donnertag, 09. Oktober 2014: 15.00 – 18.00 h
Freitag, 10. Oktober 2014: 10.00 – 16.30 h
Samstag, 11. Oktober 2014: 10.00 – 15.00 h

Ihr Ansprechpartner für Anfragen der Industrie:


Miriam Schatz – EMTS, Reichenberger Str. 16, 91325 Adelsdorf
Tel. 09195- 9217550, miriam.schatz@emts-online.de

Ihr Ansprechpartner für die Industrieausstellung vor Ort während der Veranstaltung:


Dr. Gabriele Neugebauer – EMTS, mobil: 0160 8451136, .gabriele.neugebauer@emts-online.de


Organisation & Allgemeine Hinweise

Language:
Congress Language is English.

Certificate:
CME Credit points of medical council Baden Württemberg are acquired.

Conference site:
University Hospital of Ulm, Oberer Eselsberg
Lecture Hall, Medical Hospital
Albert Einstein Allee 25, D-89081 Ulm

General Information.
on www.icrcc.de or
EMTS CongressCommunication
Reichenberger Str. 16, 91325 Adelsdorf
Tel: +49- 9195- 9217550, e-mail: info@emts-online.de


Hotel reservation:
We kindly ask you to find a big variety of hotels also b&b at www.tourismus.ulm.de.
The information are given in 9 different languages


Registration:
online at www.emts-online.de
The registration is only possible online by using the symposium's registration form: www.icrcc.de. 
Your online-registration will be confirmed by e-mail. In case you receive no online-confirmation, we kindly ask you to contact the organizing team by e-mail: miriam.schatz@emts-online.de.

Your registration is accepted after receiving the full amount of your registration fee. Confirmation of payment will be sent by e-mail in due course.



Registration fee:
Early registration (until 01. August 2014) € 120,00
Late registration (01. August 2014 – 01. October 2014) € 150,00
On site (09.-11. October 2014) € 180,00

Students with Student-ID: € 25,00


There is no fee for members of the ICRCC with membership longer than 12 months.


The registration fee includes:

  • Admission to all scientific sessions and poster area

  • Lunches and coffee breaks according to the program

  • A Symposium bag & materials (confirmation of participation, program, book of abstracts, ID badge)

Payment must be made in Euros (EUR) by bank transfer only. Please note that ALL ADMINISTRATIVE BANKING FEES must be paid by the registrant. Your registration is only accepted after sending the complete payment.


Details for the account:


IBAN: DE78750601500000169480
BIC: GENODEF1R02

Account holder: Miriam Schatz,


Address of account holder: Reichenberger Str. 16, D- 91325 Adelsdorf – Germany
Name and address of the bank: 
Raiffeisenbank Regensburg, Regensburger Str. 1a, D- 93138 Lappersdorf-Germany

Please add in the bank transfer the full name(s), country and key-word: ICRCC 2014 Ulm

To facilitate easy processing, please send a digitalized copy of the bank receipt to miriam.schatz(at)emts-online.de with the name(s) of the registrant(s) clearly identified.


Registrations onsite can only be paid by cash (EUR only).

In the case of cancellation of participation before October 1st 2014, registration fees will be refunded less 20 EUR handling fee per person. After that date, no further refunds will be issued.



Should participants have any special requests with regard to invoicing, they should kindly let us know when submitting the registration form. All invoices will be given to participants after arrival at the registration desk of the Symposium.
If the Symposium is cancelled for whatever reason, fees paid will be refunded. Further recourse is excluded.

Preliminary program: date June 12, 2014



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