Programme - BLADDR 2019 - Global Congress on Bladder Cancer

Preliminary
programme

Day 0 – Thursday 24 October 2019

15:00

 

Opening registration desk for BLADDR
16:50

 

Keynote lecture (for PROSCA & BLADDR participants)
16:50

 

Fabrication, falsehood & plagiarism: the unholy trinity of scientific misbehaviour

17:20

 

Q&A

17:35

 

Networking reception for PROSCA & BLADDR participants

Day 1 – Friday 25 October 2019

08:30

 

Opening exhibition & welcome coffee
09:00

 

Official opening: the road to Paris
09:30

 

Management of NMIBC in 2019
09:30

 

Lecture & case-based discussions

10:30

 

Q&A

10:45

 

Coffee break & interactive poster viewing
11:15

 

Quality of care and quality of life as drivers of treatment decisions
11:15

 

SIOG update: treating elderly patients with bladder cancer

11:30

 

Use of immunotherapy in special populations (elderly, renal dysfunction)

11:45

 

How to assess fitness for cisplatin & radical surgery?

12:00

 

Q&A

12:30

 

Lunch break & interactive poster viewing
13:25

 

Welcome afternoon – day 1
13:30

 

(Uncommon) real life case discussions
13:30

 

Case 1

13:40

 

Case 2

13:50

 

Case 3

14:00

 

Award ceremony and Q&A

14:15

 

Advanced urothelial cancer
14:15

 

FGFR story and antibody drug conjugates

14:30

 

Biomarkers that are useful in clinical practice

14:45

 

Combination or sequencing, ready for primetime?

15:00

 

Q&A

15:30

 

Coffee break & interactive poster viewing
16:00

 

Diagnosing-staging-taxonomy
16:00

 

Pathology and molecular data, where can we meet?

16:20

 

Diagnostic imaging for haematuria and bladder cancer: a fresh perspective challenging the status quo

16:40

 

Q&A

16:50

 

Debate: the optimal therapy for a high-risk NMIBC patient: RC vs. intravesical therapy vs. TMT
16:50

 

Case-based debate with voting rounds

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17:30

 

Close day 1

Day 2 – Saturday 26 October 2019

08:00

 

Opening exhibition & welcome coffee
08:25

 

Welcome morning – day 2
08:30

 

Bladder cancer: practical directions for day-to-day decisions
08:30

 

Surgery-related complications and how to prevent them

08:45

 

Optimal trimodality treatment: what does it look like?

09:00

 

PD-L1 testing: when and how

09:15

 

Germline mutations: which patients need genetic testing today?

09:30

 

Q&A

10:00

 

Update lecture
10:30

 

Coffee break & interactive poster viewing
11:00

 

Management of MIBC
11:00

 

Case-based discussion

11:15

 

Update from BCON bladder preservation data and meta-analysis BC2001

11:30

 

Place of immunotherapy: neoadjuvant / adjuvant / maintenance therapy 

11:45

 

Q&A

12:00

 

Management of UTUC in 2019
12:30

 

State-of-the-art lecture
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13:00

 

Close & farewell BLADDR
13:05

 

Lunch (take away box)
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Debate/ panel discussion

 

Q&A

 

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