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New Horizons in NET Management
NANETS Conference 2008, Southampton Bermuda
The North American Neuroendocrine Tumor Society (NANETS) held its first conference on 8-9 February 2008 at the lovely Fairmont Hotel, overlooking the beachfront in Southampton Bermuda. Unlike other neuroendocrine tumor conferences that are patient-oriented, this event was designed for physicians and other health professionals.

The program of the conference focused on detection, diagnosis and treatment of neuroendocrine tumor (NET) disease. Leading experts in the field discussed different aspects of epidemiology, biochemical evaluation, imaging, histopathology, surgery, and various therapies in regard to specific NET origins. Attendees earned credits from the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of Oregon Health & Science University and NANETS.

The hallmark of this event was its emphasis on developing an interdisciplinary approach to diagnosis and treatment of NET diseases. The presentations and poster sessions covered recent scientific progress and insights from ongoing clinical trials. The audience members had many opportunities for questions and networking with the faculty.

All the plenary presentations were recorded, and may be reviewed in audio, video, or video synchronised with the presentation graphics.

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Day 1 Presentations, Friday 8 February 2008

  • NANETS/ENETS Alliances: Inspiring the NET Generation
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    Presenter(s): Larry Kvols (moderator), Wouter W. de Herder, Walter Kocha and Al B. Benson
    Day 1, Session 101a, Duration: 44 minutes
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  • Selected Abstract Presentations: Basic Science (Part 1)
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    Presenter(s): Valeria Giandomenico
    Day 1, Session 101b, Duration: 16 minutes
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  • Selected Abstract Presentations: Basic Science (Part 2)
    Presenter(s): Valeria Giandomenico (Q&A), Domenico Coppola and Frank Leu
    Day 1, Session 101c, Duration: 40 minutes
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  • Translational "Cutting Edge" Research: Novel Targets & Agents
    Presenter(s): James Yao, Stephen J. Marx, Herb Chen and Magnus Essand
    Day 1, Session 102, Duration: 52 minutes
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  • Challenges Facing Allied Team Members: A Different Perspective (Part 1)
    Presenter(s): William Maples (moderator), Nancy Gardner, Robin Sommers and Vay Liang W. Go
    Duration: 48 minutes
    Day 1, Session 103a, View: video & slides  |  video only  |  audio (MP3)
  • Challenges Facing Allied Team Members: A Different Perspective (Part 2)
    Note: this presentation was in progress at the start of recording.
    Presenter(s): William Maples (moderator), Edward Wolin
    Day 1, Session 103b, Duration: 16 minutes
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  • Targeted Radiotherapeutics For Neuroendocrine Tumors: The Clinical Experience (Part 1)
    Note: not all the speakers permitted their presentations to be recorded.
    Presenter(s): Larry Kvols (moderator), Edward Coleman, Ebrahim S. Delpassand
    Day 1, Session 104a, Duration: 50 minutes
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  • Targeted Radiotherapeutics For Neuroendocrine Tumors: The Clinical Experience (Part 2)
    Note: not all the speakers permitted their presentations to be recorded.
    Presenter(s): Larry Kvols (moderator), David Bushnell
    Day 1, Session 104b, Duration: 21 minutes
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Day 2 Presentations, Saturday 9 February 2008

  • The Epidemiology of NETs: Getting Specific
    Presenter(s): Sue O'Dorisio and Manal Hassan
    Day 2, Session 101, Duration: 30 minutes
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  • NET Pathology & Genetics: Recognizing Differences (Part 1)
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    Presenter(s): Cesar Moran (presenting for Saul Suster) and Ricardo Lloyd
    Day 2, Session 102a, Duration: 26 minutes
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  • NET Pathology & Genetics: Recognizing Differences (Part 2)
    Note: this presentation was in progress at the start of recording.
    Presenter(s): Cesar Moran (moderator), Asif Rashid and Robert Jensen
    Day 2, Session 102b, Duration: 44 minutes
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  • Endoscopic, Intravascular & Non-Nuclear Imaging: Selecting the Right Procedure & Contrast Agents
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    Presenter(s): Richard Warner (moderator), Michelle Kang Kim, Joshua Weintraub and Junsung Choi
    Day 2, Session 103, Duration: 50 minutes
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  • Nuclear Imaging: Which Techniques are Most Efficient for Localizing Tumors?
    Presenter(s): Ed Coleman (moderator), Greg Wiseman, Stanley Goldsmith and Kjell Oberg
    Day 2, Session 104, Duration: 54 minutes
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  • Selected Oral Abstract Presentations: Clinical Research (Part 1)
    Presenter(s): Matthew Kulke (moderator), Jeannette E. Mares, James F. Pingpank, John M. Lyons and Alexandria Phan
    Day 2, Session 105a, Duration: 47 minutes
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  • Selected Oral Abstract Presentations: Clinical Research (Part 2)
    Presenter(s): Matthew Kulke (presenter of awards)
    Day 2, Session 105b, Duration: 3 minutes
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  • Biochemical Markers: Interpreting Laboratory Observations to Clinical Use
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    Presenter(s): Eugene Woltering (moderator), Aaron Vinik, Thomas O'Dorisio and Lowell B. Anthony
    Day 2, Session 106, Duration: 51 minutes
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  • Surgical Options: Making The Right Choice (Part 1)
    Presenter(s): Rodney Pommier (moderator), Janice Pasieka, Phil Boudreaux and Lynn Harrison
    Day 2, Session 107a, Duration: 56 minutes
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  • Surgical Options: Making The Right Choice (Part 2)
    Presenter(s): Rodney Pommier (moderator) and Christopher Hughes
    Day 2, Session 107b, Duration: 15 minutes
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  • Somatostatin Analogs: Optimizing Their Use - Obstacles & Solutions
    Presenter(s): Walter Kocha (moderator), Eugene Woltering, Martyn Caplin and Larry Kvols
    Day 2, Session 108, Duration: 50 minutes
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  • Systemic & Liver Directed Treatments: From Basic Science to Therapies for Managing Advanced Disease
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    Presenter(s): Bill Maples, Emily Bergsland, Kjell Oberg, Matt Kulke, James Yao, Rod Pommier and Charles Nutting
    Day 2, Session 109, Duration: 1 hour, 21 minutes
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  • Two Complicated Case Studies: Beyond the Obvious Panel Discussion
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    Presenter(s): Lowell Anthony (moderator), Tim Hobday, Richard Warner, Wouter deHerder, Domenico Coppola and Greg Wiseman
    Day 2, Session 110, Duration: 49 minutes
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About NANETS

NANETS was established in September 2006. The purpose of this professional organization is to improve neuroendocrine tumor (NET) disease management through increased research and educational opportunities.

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