First Thoughts Breast Cancer Meeting 2021

16 | 06 | 21

The Royal College of Physicians

11 St Andrews Place, London NW1 4LE

16 | 06 | 21

“First Thoughts Breast Cancer Meeting” is a forum for Clinical and Medical Breast Oncologists

Dear Partners in Oncology,

On behalf of Eisai, I am delighted to personally invite you to attend the ninth in a series of ‘First Thoughts’ Breast Cancer meetings being held at The Royal College of Physicians in London on Wednesday 16th June 2021.

We have a distinguished panel of International Speakers & Steering Committee involved in the forthcoming meeting, and presentations will cover a wide range of topics including post-congress updates.

This meeting is mainly for oncologists from across the UK & ROI and will provide a state of the art update on the management of breast cancer with the opportunity to interact, we are grateful to Eisai for developing such a meeting.

We sincerely hope you are able to join this meeting and gain from the expert speakers who are supporting this event. The agenda is highly topical and addresses the reality we all face in clinical practice. On this note I would like to formally acknowledge the critical support of our expert steering committee members and our speakers for the meeting.

Professor Ian Smith

Ian Smith

Professor of Cancer Medicine at the Royal Marsden and the Institute of Cancer Research

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AGENDA

PRESCRIBING INFORMATION

Steering Committee

Dr Susanna Alexander
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Norwich

Dr Caroline Archer
Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth

Professor Mark Beresford
Royal United Hospital, Bath

Dr Hartmut Kristeleit
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London

Dr Vivek Misra
The Christie Hospital, Manchester

Dr Melissa Phillips
St Bartholomew's Hospital, London

Professor Janice Walshe
St Vincent’s, Dublin

Dr Matt Winter
Weston Park Cancer Centre, Sheffield

Date of preparation: November 2020 | Job Code: UK-HAL-20-00143

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