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Monday 13 May

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09:00 to 09:05 Welcome Miss Leena Chagla, Mr Yazan Masannat

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09:05 to 09:35 The Sloane Project: a 21st Celebration Professor Alastair M Thompson

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09:40 to 10:00 Clinical application of hereditary genetic testing for breast cancer Professor Diane Eccles

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10:00 to 10:20 Hereditary breast cancer: Current international guidelines Dr Jill Dietz

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10:20 to 10:45 Debate: Should we test every new patient? Professor Ranjit Manchanda, Dr Katie Snape

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10:45 to 10:55 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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09:40 to 09:50 Submitted paper: Evaluation of clinical usefulness of Positron Emission Tomography (PET)/ Computed Tomography (CT) scan as a staging investigation in early and locally advanced breast cancer Dr Lydia Prusty

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09:50 to 10:05 Mammo50 Professor Andrew Evans

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10:05 to 10:20 FAST MRI Dr Lyn Jones

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10:20 to 10:35 Where are we with AI in breast imaging Dr Gerald Lip

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10:35 to 10:55 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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09:40 to 09:50 Exploring genomic alterations in breast cancer: Insights from the 100,000 Genomes Project at a tertiary breast cancer centre Ms Marta D’Auria

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09:50 to 10:00 Multispectral Imaging for intraoperative margin assessment in breast conserving surgery Miss Dhurka Shanthakumar

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10:00 to 10:10 Applying the SOUND trial for omitting axillary surgery to patients with breast cancer in Bahrain Mr Hussain Abdulla

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10:10 to 10:20 Outcome following breast conserving therapy for Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS) in the West of Scotland Dr Katie Bennett

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10:20 to 10:30 Sentinel lymph node biopsy in older patients with invasive breast cancer: Compliance with choosing wisely guidelines Miss Serena Patel

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10:30 to 10:40 Long-term oncological results of partial breast reconstruction with chest wall perforator flaps to facilitate breast conservation in breast cancer treatment: 12-year experience Ms Zita Jessop

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10:40 to 10:50 Node marking techniques and targeted axillary dissection in cN1 patients undergoing neoadjuvant chemotherapy: Analysis of initial 500 participants in ATNEC trial Mr Emanuele Garreffa

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11:35 to 11:45 Submitted paper: Breast Cancer After Breast Augmentation (BCABA): A national multicentre collaborative study of patient management and outcomes Mr Shaneel Shah

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11:45 to 12:00 Polyurethane implant-based breast reconstruction Mr Giuseppe Catanuto

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12:00 to 12:15 Revision surgery from shaped to round implants Dr Peter G. Cordeiro

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12:15 to 12:40 Debate: ADM or no ADM, this is the question Mr John Murphy, Dr Cicero Urban

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12:40 to 12:50 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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11:35 to 11:45 Submitted paper: The National Unilateral Nipple Discharge (NUND) Study: The planned interim analysis Miss Lisa Sheehan

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11:45 to 12:00 Landmark papers Miss Jenna Morgan

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12:00 to 12:15 An update from EBCTCG Dr David Dodwell

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12:15 to 12:20 Badged studies and grants Professor Ramsey Cutress

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12:20 to 12:30 ABS Research Grant Report: Results of a prospective randomised multicentre study comparing indocyanine green (ICG) fluorescence combined with a standard tracer versus ICG alone for sentinel lymph node biopsy in early breast cancer: The INFLUENCE Trial Mr Rahul Kanitkar

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12:30 to 12:40 NEST Professor Stuart McIntosh

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12:40 to 12:55 Localisation studies Mr James Harvey

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11:35 to 11:50 Submitted paper: That is just not right for me: The local experience of an NHS Trust in understanding why patients decline breast cancer therapy Mr Nagy Rizkalla

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11:50 to 12:15 Supporting people with incurable breast cancer to prepare their children Ms Deepa Doshi

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12:15 to 12:50 Psychology assessment for Risk Reducing Mastectomy Dr Julie Wisely

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13:15 to 13:18 Total Breast Reconstruction™: Early Experience in FixNip™ NRI Ms Sarah Downey, Professor Simon Holt

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14:10 to 14:30 Guidance Miss Chloe Wright

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14:30 to 14:50 The legal aspects of transgender care Miss Victoria Rose

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14:50 to 15:10 A patient’s experience Speaker To Be Confirmed

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15:10 to 15:25 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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14:10 to 14:30 Screening audit Mr Giles Cunnick

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14:30 to 14:50 Update on the National Breast Cancer Audits Professor Kieran Horgan, Dr Mark Verrill

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14:50 to 15:10 GIRFT Miss Tracey Irvine

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15:10 to 15:25 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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14:10 to 14:20 Uptake of post-mastectomy immediate breast reconstruction in older women - Analysis of the European Society of Breast Cancer Specialists database Miss Rachel Lee

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14:20 to 14:30 Impact Of Magseed Localisation on re-excision rates, theatre utilization and clinic capacity Dr Victoria Stanley

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14:30 to 14:40 A systematic review and meta-analysis based on margin width and patient outcomes following breast conserving surgery for early invasive disease Mr Ahmed Ezzat

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14:40 to 14:50 National Margins Audit 2 (NMA2): A prospective study of 3722 patients undergoing breast conservation (BCS) in the UK and Ireland to evaluate changes in practice and impact on reoperation rates in the past 5 years Mrs Alicia Skervin

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14:50 to 15:00 Artificial intelligence in the delivery of patient care: Avatar-generated videos for patient education post breast surgery Dr William Adeboye

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15:00 to 15:10 Menopausal hormone therapy and measures of mammographic screening sensitivity in the Million Women Study Dr Dixa Thakrar

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15:10 to 15:20 Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a tool to improve patient awareness: Exploring the patient perspective Dr Raouef Ahmed Bichoo

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15:55 to 16:10 Outcomes of registries programmes Mr Lee Martin

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16:10 to 16:25 Medical tourism Mr Steve Thrush

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16:25 to 16:55 Debate: Evidence of symmetrisation at primary surgery Professor P G Roy, Miss Jo Skillman

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16:55 to 17:10 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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15:55 to 16:05 Supporting women with adherence to adjuvant endocrine therapy – Results from the SWEET feasibility study Professor Linda Sharp

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16:05 to 16:15 Cancer-related anxiety and perceived breast cancer risk in participants of a randomised Pilot study of lifestyle InterventiON to reducE brEast cancer Risk (PIONEER) Ms Rebekah Law

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16:15 to 16:25 The Lanarkshire experience of the introduction of targeted axillary dissection in node positive breast cancer Ciara McGloin

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16:25 to 16:35 East Midlands Breast Pain Pathway - An evaluation of community breast pain clinics across the East Midlands Cancer Alliance Professor John Robertson

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16:35 to 16:45 From struggle to strength: Unveiling the journey of breast cancer survivors and redefining survivorship in resource-constrained environments in a LMI country like India Dr Ronit Roy

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15:55 to 16:15 Standardized and transparent reporting; the editor’s standpoint Dr Andreas Karakatsanis

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16:15 to 16:30 Getting your paper accepted for publication: Optimising your chance of success Professor Kienan Savage

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16:30 to 16:45 Presenting your research using science not bullet points: The p cubed approach Professor Ross Fisher

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16:45 to 17:10 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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17:15 to 18:00 Confirmed speakers for the Endomag symposium Mr Ashutosh Kothari, Dr Jill Dietz, Dr Andreas Karakatsanis, Ms Kate Williams

Tuesday 14 May

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09:00 to 09:15 Neo-adjuvant radiotherapy Mr Daniel Leff

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09:15 to 09:30 Radiotherapy and oncoplastic surgery Mr Ashutosh Kothari

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09:30 to 09:45 Revision surgery post radiotherapy Professor J Michael Dixon OBE

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09:45 to 10:00 Scar therapy, pre and after DXT Mrs Emma Holly

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10:00 to 10:15 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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09:00 to 09:10 Submitted paper: Oncotype DX DCIS: Impact on radiotherapy decision making Miss Nicola Roche

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09:10 to 09:25 Breast sarcomas: Post DXT incidence and aetiology Dr Anna Kirby

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09:25 to 09:40 Surgical management of breast sarcomas Mr Maniram Ragbir

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09:40 to 09:55 ABS Phyllodes guidelines Miss Lisa Whisker

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09:55 to 10:15 Q&A panel discussion with all speakers All Faculty

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09:00 to 09:15 Fellowships in South America Dr Cicero Urban

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09:15 to 09:30 Fellowships in Europe Mr Giuseppe Catanuto

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09:30 to 09:45 Fellowships in the United States Dr Jill Dietz

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09:45 to 10:00 Future of the TIG and UK fellowships Miss Jo Skillman

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10:00 to 10:15 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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10:45 to 11:00 Women in surgery Miss Anne Tansley

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11:00 to 11:15 Training and trainees Ms Sarah Downey

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11:15 to 11:30 Workforce implications and planning Mr William Allum

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11:30 to 12:00 Ask the colleges Mr Tim Mitchell, Mrs Alison Lannigan, Professor Tim Graham

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10:45 to 10:55 Submitted paper: Evaluation of feasibility, patient satisfaction and cost benefits of specialist nurse led virtual results clinic after triple assessment in breast services in the United Kingdom Mrs Donna Woodward

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10:55 to 11:05 Submitted paper: Breast cancer survivorship – a single centre retrospective study of patient concerns Dr Megan McConnell

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11:05 to 11:25 'Comfort the Breast Quilt' - Using creativity to explore embarrassing and difficult subjects Lois Blackburn

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11:25 to 11:45 Mammography and the challenges posed to ethnic minorities Mrs Uzoamaka Nkwonta

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11:45 to 12:00 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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12:05 to 12:35 From evidence to guidelines Dr Jill Dietz

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12:50 to 13:35 Confirmed speakers for the Exact Sciences symposium Mr Henry Cain, Professor Sarah E Pinder, Professor Carlo Palmieri, Ms Maria Noblet

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13:45 to 13:55 Submitted paper: Primum Non Nocere: Abemaciclib Therapy using the Monarche Criteria results in large numbers of excess axillary node clearances – time to pause and reflect Dr Daniel Ahari

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13:55 to 14:10 CDK4 and other advances in hormone positive cancers Professor Richard Simcock

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14:10 to 14:25 TNBC & immunotherapy Professor Peter Schmid

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14:25 to 14:40 PARP inhibitors in breast surgery Mr Tim Crook

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14:45 to 14:55 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty

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13:45 to 14:55 Hot Topics in Just a Minute Professor Gareth Evans, Professor Carlo Palmieri, Professor Sarah E Pinder, Dr Nisha Sharma, Professor Stuart McIntosh, Ms Maria Noblet, Mr Nigel Mercer, Mr Richard Sutton

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15:00 to 15:15 MIBC Professor John Benson

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15:15 to 15:30 Predictors of mastectomy after primary systemic treatment and pathological complete response Mr Giuseppe Catanuto

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15:30 to 15:45 The ANTHEM Study Professor Shelley Potter

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15:45 to 16:00 Practical guide to fewer mastectomies Dr Andreas Karakatsanis

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16:00 to 16:15 Q&A panel with discussion with all speakers All Faculty

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15:00 to 15:10 Practical stratifix Professor J Michael Dixon OBE

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15:10 to 15:20 Implant Reconstruction with no ADM Dr Cicero Urban

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15:20 to 15:30 Total vascular mapping of the breast Mr Peter Barry

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15:30 to 15:37 Two stage reconstruction Dr Peter G. Cordeiro

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15:37 to 15:45 Video abstract: Nipple sparing mastectomy and immediate pre-pectoral implant and synthetic mesh reconstruction Mr Ahmed Hamad

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15:45 to 15:55 Video abstract: Intraoperative margin assessment with ClearCoast MRI System during breast conserving surgery and Implant based breast reconstruction with TiLOOP Bra Pocket Prof Dr Marc Thill

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15:55 to 16:02 Video abstract: Intra-operative ultrasound-guided breast conserving surgery associated with M.I.C.A.P Dr Francesco Milardi

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16:02 to 16:08 Video abstract: Free nipple graft at time of therapeutic mammoplasty Ms Sita Riley

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16:15 to 16:20 Q&A panel discussion with speakers All Faculty