54th Annual Midwinter Radiation Oncology Conference

Last Modified: October 21, 2001

Date: January 18-20, 2002
Location: Anaheim, California, USA

Symposium Web Page: www.larad.org/meetings/index.htm

Sponsors: Southern California Radiation Oncology Society

Who should attend: Radiation Oncologists, Physicists, Radiation Therapists, Oncology Specialists, and Physicians with an interest in cancer treatment


  • Current "standard of care" in CNS, GI, Gyn, and Head & Neck Radiation Oncology
  • Understanding the new developments in radiation planning and new techniques in CNS, GI, Gyn, and Head & Neck Radiation Oncology
  • Multidisciplinary approach to cancer care
  • Update on the new techniques in Pediatric Radiation Oncology, including a review of pediatric brain tumors.


  • 21 lectures presented by the leaders in radiation oncology, medical oncology, and surgical oncology and other cancer related specialties.
  • 3 lectures addressing the applications of radiology in treatment planning for radiation therapy with an emphasis on PET and Head & Neck Anatomy.
  • Focus sessions addressing the Central Nervous System, Gastrointestinal, Gynecological, and Head & Neck tumor sites.

Registration Info: Advance registration forms must be postmarked no later than December 28, 2001. Forms received after December 28, 2001 or on-site will be assessed a late fee of $25.00. Hotel Reservations must be made by December 17, 2001 to receive special conference rates.

Fees: Physician Fees Range from $265-525 depeding on # of days registered and member/nonmember category

Continuing Education: Category 1 CMA/AMA Credit- up to 16.50 hours


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