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Oncology Academy Program

Dear Colleagues

We are delighted to invite you to join our Oncology Academy Program, a series of free-to-attend CME-accredited online forums in which the 1st session will start on 6th November, 2021.

The Oncology Academy Program aims to bring together leading clinical experts to review the current state of knowledge on prostate and liver screening and understand how to diagnose benign & malignant prostate lesions as well as hepatic focal lesions. The program provides a premier platform to address the role of Molecular Imaging in diagnosis of Prostatic lesions and the role of Spectra CT & Molecular Imaging in diagnosis of hepatic focal lesions. Leading experts will also share their regional clinical experience with multiple case presentations.

The scientific program covers an array of topics and state-of-the-art lectures presented by high caliber speakers and experts in their fields for engaging discussions, information sharing and experience-based perspectives. Participants will get familiar with different interventional management approaches for benign & malignant prostate and liver lesions through Intervention Radiology including Chemoembolization, Radioembolization, etc. The program serves as a dynamic forum which promotes productive clinical debates between practicing physicians and researchers on the critical issues within the field of benign & malignant prostate lesions and hepatic focal lesions today.

The event prides itself on having the most up-to-date clinical, scientific and academic program concentrating not only on future diagnostics and therapies but also on disease prevention and treatment goals.

We take this opportunity to welcome your participation and wish you a pleasant learning experience.

This is an event not to be missed!

Dr. Abdullah Al Qarni
President, (SSNMMI)
Saudi Society of Nuclear
Medicine & Molecular Imaging
Dr. Ibraheem El Mogy
Imaging Medical Director
Emerging Markets, GE Healthcare
Racha ElHassan
Marketing Director
MENEAT, GE Healthcare