Albert Wolthuis

On 8 Jul 2016

At this year’s ESCP meeting in Milan, Italy, Dr Albert Wolthuis from the University Hospital of Leuven, Belgium, examined the limitations of total mesorectal excision (TME) and assessed a different approach - transanal total mesorectal excision (TaTME). Although still in its infancy, Dr Wolthuis discussed the advantages and drawbacks of this approach and why he believes TaTME will be the procedure of choice for low rectal cancer in the future…

Stefan Post

On 27 Jun 2016

ESCP are proud to issue its first ever conference video.... You can view it here to see what everyone's talking about and remember to share with your colleagues and associates #ESCP2016

On 17 Jun 2016

You will be aware that for unprecedented reasons ESCP had to move its annual Conference from Istanbul, Turkey to Milan, Italy at short notice earlier this year. To achieve this move, ESCP has been very reliant on the generosity and co-operation of our friends and colleagues in Milan and to our sponsors.

Oliver Glehen

On 10 Jun 2016

Professor Olivier Glehen (Centre Hospitalier Lyon-Sud, France) discussed cytoreductive surgery (CRS) and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) at this year’s meeting in Milan. We talked to Professor Glehen about the advantages of this treatment, current investigations and technical suggestions for surgeons performing this procedure…

Stefan Post

On 25 May 2016

In the first of a series of interviews we talked to Congress President, Professor Stefan Post, who discussed the aims and highlights of this year’s ESCP meeting in Milan…

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