Florida Keys Musculoskeletal Oncology Review

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute and the University of South Florida Health Science
Last Modified: March 13, 2006

Conference Dates: June 16-18, 2006
Conference Location: Cheeca Lodge & Spa, Islamorada, Florida

Sponsoring Group: H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute and the University of South Florida Health Sciences

Conference Web Page URL: http://www.moffitt.usf.edu/about_moffitt/calendar/events/200606.asp

Topics Covered:

  • Musculoskeletal abnormalities, assessment and diagnosing;
  • Methods of biopsy and pathology assessment;
  • Medical, surgical and radiological advances;
  • Examine current therapeutic methods.

Conference Objectives:

  • Define and describe musculoskeletal abnormalities;
  • Better assess and diagnose musculoskeletal abnormalities; Recommend appropriate methods of biopsy and pathology assessment;
  • Discuss the medical, surgical and radiological advances related to musculoskeletal tumors;
  • Examine current therapeutic methods for musculoskeletal tumors.

Who Should Attend: Orthopaedic residents, orthopaedic surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, physician assistants and nurses who may diagnose and/or treat musculoskeletal abnormalities and tumors.

Registration Information: Onsite registration at www.moffitt.usf.edu and follow links to the conference on Calendar or Events or mail to: Moffitt Cancer Center, SRB-Conference Planning, 12902 Magnolia Drive, Tampa, FL 33612 or fax to (813) 745-3874

Conference Fees: $225 Physician, $150 Nurse/PA, $150 Resident/Fellow

Continuing Education: Yes

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