Trends in Head and Neck Oncology (THNO) is an educational program that started in 2007, initially under a different name, but recognized as such since 2011. Its concept is to promote multidisciplinarity and updated knowledge and, consequently, its leadership has a multidisciplinary signature. The realization of this educational program has been made possible by the support of Pharma and the practical logistical support of CongressCare. The organizers are grateful to our colleagues of Merck KGaA, who were the single sponsor at the commencement of the program in 2007. THNO-5 is the first THNO meeting with strong support and input of local colleagues into the case presentations in order to underscore the goals of this meeting. It is also the first time that the Proceedings have made available to the wider medical community.

Critical Issues in Head and Neck Oncology - Key Concepts from the Fifth THNO Meeting

Nicolai P;
2017

Abstract

Trends in Head and Neck Oncology (THNO) is an educational program that started in 2007, initially under a different name, but recognized as such since 2011. Its concept is to promote multidisciplinarity and updated knowledge and, consequently, its leadership has a multidisciplinary signature. The realization of this educational program has been made possible by the support of Pharma and the practical logistical support of CongressCare. The organizers are grateful to our colleagues of Merck KGaA, who were the single sponsor at the commencement of the program in 2007. THNO-5 is the first THNO meeting with strong support and input of local colleagues into the case presentations in order to underscore the goals of this meeting. It is also the first time that the Proceedings have made available to the wider medical community.
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