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									                            A new BAttlefront

    A Scientific And
    clinicAl UpdAte

fridAy, MArch 9, 2012
         Philadelphia, PA
           presented by
      Jefferson Kimmel
         Cancer Center
        Kimmel Cancer
        Center Network
      Rothman Institute
           at Jefferson
                                                                A New BAttlefroNt

                               A Scientific And
                               clinicAl UpdAte
                               Friday, March 9, 2012

progrAM oBjectiveS
The Scientific and Clinical Update in Geriatric Oncology:     Upon completion of this
The New Battlefront is designed to provide comprehen-         conference, attendees
sive updates in basic science research and the latest         should be able to:
updates on chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation in the       • Recognize and address the
care of the senior adult patients. Older patients experi-      particular co-morbidities,
ence particular challenges with chemotherapy treatment,        functional, and cognitive
including polypharmacy, co-morbid cardiac disease, renal       concerns common to older
and hepatic insufficiency, cognitive impairment and physi-     patients.
cal frailty complicating the optimization of cancer treat-
ment. Best practices include individualized assessment       • Identify when and how to
and treatment decisions. A growing body of evidence            collaborate with geriatric
exist which supports best practices in management of           experts in medicine, phar-
both hematologic malignancies and solid tumors in older        macy and other disciplines
patients. Practitioners need to apply this evidence to the     to assess and manage
treatment of older cancer patients. During the program,        elderly cancer patients.
specialized knowledge will be gained regarding the care      • Explain cell senescence and
of this special population. Through lectures and two panel     the latest genetic markers
discussions, strategies for implementing new advances          related to the biology of
into medical practice will be discussed. In this way, new      cancer in aging.
medical knowledge will also impact patient care.
                                                             • Recognize common
                                                               pharmacologic concerns
                                                               impacting chemotherapy
                                                               for older adults.
  Bluemle Life Sciences Building
  Thomas Jefferson University
  Mandeville Conference Hall, Room 101
  233 South 10th Street
  Philadelphia, PA 19107

• Implement evidence-based      tArget AUdience                 Jefferson Medical College
  chemotherapy toxicity         Geriatricians, pharmacologists, of Thomas Jefferson
  assessment as part of         surgeons, radiotherapists,      University designates this
  treatment decision making     medical oncologists, endo-      live activity for a maximum
  for older cancer patients.    crinologists, epidemiologists, of 6.75 AMA PRA Category
• Incorporate geriatric         immunologists and all others 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians
                                involved in the study and       should claim only the
  principles and latest
                                clinical care of geriatric      credit commensurate
  evidence in evaluation and
                                oncology patients.              with the extent of their
  management of geriatric
                                                                participation in the activity.
  oncologic surgery patients.
                                AccreditAtion                   The Society of Clinical
• Apply knowledge of latest     Jefferson Medical College       Research Associates (SoCRA)
  advances in radiation         of Thomas Jefferson             accepts documentation
  therapy to management         University is accredited by     of candidate participation
  of older cancer patients.     the Accreditation Council       in continuing education
• Apply evidence-based          for Continuing Medical          programs for re-certification
  practice and guidelines to    Education (ACCME) to            if the program is applicable to
  assessment and manage-        provide continuing medical      clinical research regulations,
  ment of hematologic and       education for physicians.       operations or management,
  solid malignancies.                                           or to the candidate’s clinical
                                                                research therapeutic area.
Pestell                  Chapman                    Arenson

coUrSe co-directorS                    Jan van Deursen, PhD
Richard Pestell, MB, BS,               Professor of Biochem/
                                       Molecular Biology
MD, PhD, MD (Hon. Causa),
                                       The Vita Valley Professor of Cellular
FACP, FRACP                            Senescence and Director
Professor and Chair
                                       of the Senescence Program
Department of Cancer Biology
                                       Robert and Arlene Kogod
Director, Kimmel Cancer Center
                                       Center on Aging
Vice President, Oncology Services
                                       Mayo Clinic, Rochester Minnesota
Chair, Department of Cancer Biology
Associate Dean, Cancer Programs        Elizabeth M. Gore, MD
Jefferson Medical College              Professor of Radiation Oncology
                                       Associate Director,
Andrew E. Chapman, DO, FACP
                                       Radiation Oncology
Clinical Associate Professor
                                       Medical College of Wisconsin
of Medical Oncology
Director, Division of Regional         Arti Hurria, MD
Cancer Care                            Associate Professor of Medicine,
Co-Director, Jefferson Senior Adult    Department of Medical Oncology
Oncology Center, KCC                   & Therapeutics Research and the
Jefferson Medical College              Department of Population Sciences
                                       Director, Cancer and Aging
Christine A. Arenson, MD
                                       Research Program
Associate Professor
Vice Chair for Academics Affairs       City of Hope National Medical Center
Department of Family and               Arati V. Rao, MD
Community Medicine                     Assistant Professor of Medicine
Co-Director, Jefferson Senior          Division of Cellular Therapy and BMT
Adult Oncology Center, KCC             Division of Geriatrics
Jefferson Medical College              Duke University
Director, Eastern Pennsylvania
Delaware Geriatric Education Center    Stuart M. Lichtman, MD
Jefferson Medical College              Professor of Medicine
                                       65+ Geriatric Clinical Program
                                       Memorial Sloan-Kettering
other fAcUlty
                                       Cancer Center
John A. Abraham MD
Chairman, Division of                  Supriya Gupta Mohile, MD, MS
Orthopedic Oncology                    Associate Professor of Medicine,
Rothman Institute,                     Hematology/Oncology
Kimmel Cancer Center                   University of Rochester Medical Center
Assistant Professor Orthopedic
Surgery and Radiation Oncology         Richard C. Wender, MD
Jefferson Medical College              Alumni Professor and Chair, Family &
                                       Community Medicine
Rani P. Anné, MD                       Jefferson Medical College
Associate Professor
Radiation Oncology                     Michael Zenilman, MD
Clinical Program Director              Professor of Surgery
Jefferson Medical College              Vice Chair and Director
                                       National Capital Region                  fridAy, MArch 9, 2012
William Dale, MD, PhD                  Johns Hopkins Medicine                   Mandeville Conference Hall
Associate Professor of Medicine        Professor
                                                                                Bluemle Life Sciences Building
Chief, Section of Geriatrics &         SUNY Downstate School
Palliative Medicine                    of Public Health                         Thomas Jefferson University
Director, SOCARE Clinic                Suburban Hospital                        233 South 10th Street
University of Chicago Medical Center   SUNY Downstate Medical Center            Philadelphia, PA 19107
  7:45 – 8:30 a.m.    Breakfast and Registration
  8:30 – 8:40 a.m.    Welcome, Introductions
                      Richard Pestell, MB, BS, MD, PhD,
                      MD (Hon. Causa), FACP, FRACP
                      Overview of Geriatric Oncology
                      Andrew E. Chapman, DO, FACP
  8:40 – 9:20 a.m.    Aging Process and Cancer, Shared Model
                      of Care, Role of Geriatrician in Oncology
                      William Dale, MD, PhD
    9:20 – 10 a.m.    Biology of Cancer and Aging
                      Jan van Deursen, PhD
   10 – 10:15 a.m.    BreAk
10:15 – 10:55 a.m.    Development of the Geriatric Assessment
                      Tool, CARG, Chemotherapy Risk
                      Stratification and the U13 Grant
                      Arti Hurria, MD
10:55 – 11:35 a.m.    Chemotherapy/Pharmacology in the Elderly
                      Stuart M. Lichtman, MD
11:35 – 11:55 a.m.    Panel Discussion
                      Moderator: Richard C. Wender, MD
                      William Dale, MD, PhD; Jan van Deursen, PhD;
                      Arti Hurria, MD; Stuart M. Lichtman, MD
11:55 a.m. – 1 p.m.   lUnch
      1 – 1:40 p.m.   Evaluation and Management of the
                      Geriatric Oncology Surgical Patient
                      Michael Zenilman, MD
  1:40 – 2:20 p.m.    Recent Advances in Radiation Therapy
                      for the Geriatric Oncology Patient
                      Elizabeth M. Gore, MD
  2:20 – 2:35 p.m.    BreAk
  2:35 – 3:15 p.m.    Recent Advances in the Management of Hematologic
                      Malignancies in the Elderly (AML/MDS, CLL,
                      Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Multiple Myeloma)
                      Arati V. Rao, MD
  3:15 – 3:55 p.m.    Recent Advances in the Management of Solid Tumors
                      in the Elderly (Prostate, Colon, Lung, Breast)
                      Supriya Gupta Mohile, MD, MS
  3:55 – 4:25 p.m.    Management of Orthopedic Issues in the
                      Geriatric Oncology Patient
                      John A. Abraham MD
  4:25 – 4:50 p.m.    Panel Discussion
                      Moderator: Rani P. Anné
                      Elizabeth M. Gore, MD; Supriya Gupta Mohile, MD, MS;
                      Arati V. Rao, MD; Michael Zenilman, MD
Jefferson Kimmel                        biochemistry, structural biology,        •   Nazareth Hospital
Cancer Center                           pharmacology and immunology              •   Northeast Radiation
From October forward, the               that focus on new modalities for             Oncology Center
Kimmel Cancer Center at                 cancer treatment and prevention.
Jefferson (KCC), a National             The coordinated efforts of the           •   Pocono Medical Center
Cancer Institute-designated             basic scientist and clinicians           •   The Reading Hospital
cancer center, is celebrating           provide an important link to bring           and Medical Center
20 years of service to                  discoveries from bench to bedside.
                                                                                 •   Riddle Memorial Hospital
the community and the
groundbreaking cancer
                                                                                 •   Sacred Heart Hospital
                                        Jefferson Kimmel
research from the scientists            Cancer Center Network                    •   Sparta Cancer Center
and physicians who’ve provided          In 1993, the Jefferson Cancer            •   Underwood-Memorial Hospital
an invaluable contribution to           Network was established to
medical science and healthcare.                                                  •   Upper Delaware Valley
                                        provide patients access to
                                                                                     Cancer Center
Today, the KCC offers up an             the latest developments in
                                        research, technology and                 •   Wills Eye
experienced team of medical and
                                        treatment. The Network offers
radiation oncologists, surgeons,
                                        patients at member hospitals
pathologists, urologists,                                                        Rothman Institute
                                        the opportunity to participate
neurosurgeons, nurses and other                                                  Rothman Institute’s Orthopedic
                                        in clinical trials utilizing state-of-
specialists for patients as they                                                 Oncology service focuses on the
                                        the-art approaches to cancer
fight against cancer. With the                                                   treatment of bone and soft tissue
                                        prevention and treatment.
Jefferson Breast Care Center,                                                    sarcomas, and metastatic cancer
                                        Physicians in the network can
the Bodine Center for Radiation         take advantage of consultations          to the skeleton from other primary
Therapy, the Myrna Brind Center         available with fellow clinicians,        sites of disease. Our physicians
of Integrative Medicine, Jefferson      while patients may be treated            also provide long-term skeletal
Pancreatic, Biliary Tract and           closer to their homes.                   care and orthopedic management
Related Cancer Center and The                                                    in cancer survivors as part of a
Senior Adult Oncology Center,           Jefferson Kimmel Cancer Center           cancer treatment partnership
to name a few, patients have            Network member institutions              with Thomas Jefferson University
access to the best facilities,          include:                                 Hospital’s Kimmel Cancer Center.
providers and technologies for          •   Albert Einstein Medical Center       In addition to advanced methods
cancer screening and treatment.                                                  of resection of extremity sarcomas,
                                        •   Alfred I. DuPont Institute           and minimally invasive techniques
It was October 1991 when                    for Children                         for treatment of metastatic disease
the Jefferson Cancer Institute          •   Aria Health (formerly Frankford      to the skeleton, services include
opened, with the dedication                 Hospitals)                           routine orthopedic surgery and
of the Bluemle Life Sciences                                                     non-surgical management of
                                        •   Brandywine Hospital
Building on the Thomas                                                           skeletal problems in patients who
Jefferson University campus.            •   Ephrata Community Hospital           have had treatment for cancer,
Four years later, with the              •   Hem & Onc Associates                 many of which may have altered
awarding of a Cancer Center                 of NE PA PC                          either the surgical site or the
Support Grant, the National                                                      potential for recovery. These
Institutes of Health National
                                        •   Hudson Valley Oncology               and similar issues are managed
                                            Associates                           routinely by the surgeons at
Cancer Institute (NCI) officially
recognized it as one of only 54         •   Jefferson Hospital                   Rothman Institute. The Rothman
NCI-designated cancer centers               for Neuroscience                     Institute Orthopedic Oncology
in the US at the time. The              •   Jennersville Regional Hospital       service’s goal is to optimize
institute took its current name                                                  treatment of musculoskeletal
in 1996 when businessman and
                                        •   Kimmel Cancer Center                 issues in cancer patients as an
                                            at Jefferson                         important part of the patient’s
philanthropist Sidney Kimmel
made a generous donation                •   Memorial Hospital                    overall treatment team.
to the institute to expand its              of Salem County
research activities                     •   Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital
The mission of the Center is to         •   Mercy Philadelphia Hospital
increase the survival quality of life
                                        •   Mercy Suburban Hospital
for patients by translating bench
research into clinically available      •   Methodist Hospital
protocols. Research areas include       •   Montgomery Hospital
studies in genetics, cell biology,          Medical Center
                   Friday, March 9, 2012

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                   or mail to: Mildred Harden, Jefferson Kimmel Cancer Center,
                   233 South 10th St., Suite 502, Philadelphia, PA 19107

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                       fellows and other healthcare professionals
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        A Scientific And
        clinicAl UpdAte in
        geriAtric oncology:
        A new BAttlefront

        fridAy, MArch 9, 2012

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