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Join Stanford Medicine specialists for a live discussion on progress in the management of breast and gynecologic cancers. Learn about diagnostic and treatment updates to help your patients achieve their best outcomes. Following the presentations, take part in the Q&A.hublot big bang 301 sb 131 rx 44mm mens rubber black band replica watch

Virtual Event Program

Monday, October 18, 2021

5 p.m. – 6 p.m. PT

Sentinel Node Biopsy and Who Should Have One

Kimberly Sue Stone, MD

Ovarian Cancer: How Close is a Cure?

Oliver Dorigo, MD, PhD

HIPEC Therapy for Metastatic Gynecologic Cancers

Amer Karam, MD

Managing Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

Melinda L. Telli, MD

Q&A Session

All Speakers


Melinda L. Telli, MD

Medical Oncologist
Associate Professor, Medicine
Director, Breast Cancer Program, Stanford Cancer Institute

Dr. Melinda L. Telli leads the Breast Cancer Program and specializes in the treatment of triple-negative and hereditary breast cancers. Her research focuses on the validation of homologous recombination deficiency biomarkers to identify patients with sporadic triple-negative breast cancer and the development of PARP inhibitor therapy for BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation-associated cancers.

Oliver Dorigo, MD, PhD

Gynecologic Oncologist
Associate Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecology
Director, Gynecologic Cancer Program, Stanford Cancer Institute

Dr. Oliver Dorigo leads the Gynecologic Cancer Program and specializes in the treatment of ovarian, cervical, endometrial, vaginal, and vulvar cancers. He is dedicated to the expansion of the clinical trials program and the development of novel therapies for ovarian cancer in the laboratory. In his surgical practice, Dr. Dorigo emphasizes use of minimally invasive technologies.gf rolex day date rolex calibre 2836 2813 118235 0006 mens rose gold tone automatic

Kimberly Sue Stone, MD

Breast Surgeon
Clinical Assistant Professor, Surgery
Director, Stanford Medicine Network Breast Oncology Program

Dr. Kimberly Sue Stone specializes in breast surgical oncology and treats all conditions related to breast health. She is skilled in total skin and nipple sparing mastectomy, wireless lumpectomy, benign breast disease excisions, axillary surgery, sentinel lymph node biopsy, and lymph node dissection. Dr. Stone believes patient empowerment and education are at the heart of excellent care.

Amer Karam, MD

Gynecologic Oncologist
Clinical Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecologyhttps://www.iqosvape.com/product/caren-big-color-pods-%ec%9d%bc%ed%9a%8c%ec%9a%a9-vape-6000-%ed%8d%bc%ed%94%84-%eb%af%bc%ed%8a%b8-%ec%95%84%ec%9d%b4%ec%8a%a4/

Dr. Amer Karam specializes in the treatment of gynecologic cancers, including cervical, vaginal, vulvar, ovarian, fallopian tube, and peritoneal cancer. He is also a leader in HIPEC treatment, an innovative treatment that delivers high dose chemotherapy directly to the site of tumor during surgery. Dr. Karam has a strong interest in minimally invasive and robotic surgery.


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How do I access this virtual event?

The event will be livestreamed from this webpage. You do not need to download software or log in to join. Using your computer or other device, return here on Monday, October 18 at 5:00 p.m. PT.

Can I view the virtual event on a smartphone or tablet?

Yes, the event livestream feed is optimized for viewing on computers, smartphones, and tablets. However, we recommend joining from a computer.

What if I need to make changes to my registration?

If you are no longer able to attend the event, you do not need to change your registration status. Please email events@stanfordhealthcare.org with any questions.

Can I forward my invitation?

Yes, you are welcome to forward the invitation to colleagues. You can also share a link to this webpage: womenscancer.stanfordhealthcare.org. We ask that each participant register for the event. This program is not intended for a patient audience.

Is this virtual event available for CME credit?

This is a complimentary program. For CME opportunities, visit the Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education 

Will the program be recorded?

Yes, the program will be recorded and available on this webpage after the live event ends. A link to the recording will also be emailed to everyone who registered.

Where can I learn more about Breast cancer care at Stanford Health Care?

Visit our Breast Cancer Program webpage to learn about our care offerings and how we can help your patients.

Where can I find more webinars? What about CME?

This virtual event is the first in a series on women’s cancers. If you would like to be notified about the other virtual events in this series, mark this when you register or email events@stanfordhealthcare.org.

Stanford Medicine also hosts a range of other webinars and events on clinical care and research. For CME opportunities, visit the Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education.

How can I refer a patient?

Please refer your patient online using PRISM, by calling our Transfer Center at 1-800-800-1551, or by faxing in a referral form. Visit our Community Physician Hub to learn more.

How is Stanford Health Care responding to COVID-19?

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been pioneering, sharing, and acting on knowledge about COVID-19 to protect and support our patients, local community, and larger society. You can read about the dozens of COVID-19 research projects and clinical trials our scientists have launched.