Multicancer Early Detection Talk

Location: The Medical Society of London, Chandos Street London W1G 9EB

Date: 18 June 2024

Time: 6-9pm

Cost: Free*

CPD: Yes

Event Type: Talk

We are delighted to be joined by Dr Steven W.Ressler who will give a talk on the latest advances in Multicancer Early Detection.

We would love for you to join us. This event is for doctors and allied healthcare professionals.

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Date: Tuesday 18th June

Arrival: 18:00 Talk: 18:30 followed by networking reception Finish: 21:00

Venue: Historic Medical Society of London, Lettsom House, Chandos St, London W1G 9EB in the Fellows Lounge and Conference Room (5 minute walk from 15 Portland P

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Dr. Steven W. Ressler joined Mayo Clinic in 2002. Prior to that, he practiced at Payson Regional Medical Centre, where he cared for Internal Medicine and Paediatric patients as well as serving as a Hospitalist and co-director of Adult Critical Care.

Dr. Ressler earned an undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan and an M.D. at Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, having been elected to the AOA Honour Medical Society. He completed a combined Internal Medicine and Paediatrics residency at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Centre and Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Arizona.

Since joining Mayo Clinic, Dr. Ressler has cared for patients in Consultative Medicine, Executive Health and International Medicine, also rotating on Hospitalist services for several years. He is chair of the Division of General Internal Medicine, serves as Chief Medical Officer for the Mayo Clinic Arizona International Patient Centre and is physician leader of the international subcommittee.

He is the founder and principal investigator for the enterprise-wide Undiagnosed Mass Clinic which is a clinical and research program to study and expedite diagnostic care for patients with a newly discovered mass that is concerning for cancer. He is coprincipal investigator of the enterprise Mayo Clinic Multi-Cancer Detection (MCD) Program, which is an emerging clinical and research program for patients with abnormal MCD results.

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