Simon Bach

On 11 Sep 2017

At this year’s ESCP Annual Meeting of coloproctologists in Berlin in September, Simon Bach is chairing the symposium, 'What to do with a T2 rectal cancer?' Here, Bach previews the symposium, which will look at the options for treating early rectal cancer and will feature three speakers presenting three different approaches ranging from surgery alone to chemo radiotherapy (CRT) followed by local excision or CRT followed by a period of watch and wait with no surgery.

Søren Laurberg

On 4 Sep 2017

In advance of this month’s ESCP conference in Berlin, the annual gathering of coloproctology specialists from around Europe, we caught up with another of the key speakers - Professor Søren Laurberg from Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark.

Nicolas Demartines

On 18 Aug 2017

Prof Nicolas Demartines is Professor of Surgery, and Chairman of the Department for Visceral Surgery, at the University Hospital CHUV in Lausanne, Switzerland. He is a member of the ERAS (Enhanced Recovery After Surgery) Society Executive Board where he promotes ERAS throughout the world.

Yves Panis

On 10 Aug 2017

Professor Yves Panis is one of the keynote speakers at this year’s ESPC meeting in Berlin, Germany. He will be will be shedding light on using tailored minimally invasive surgery to treat ulcerative colitis (UC). He will look at the different options available and when to opt for each of them.

Brendan Moran

On 26 Jul 2017

At this year’s annual conference in Berlin, Brendan Moran will lead a session looking at the universal nature of the malignant appendix, exploring the possible increase in incidences and its relevance to colorectal surgery.

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