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Symposium on Minimally Invasive Approach to Rectal Cancer – Teaching and Learning

On 15th and 16th May, the Champalimaud Foundation opened its doors to discuss alternative ways to address and treat colorectal cancer.

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  1. Announcing the four winners of the 10th edition of the António Champalimaud Vision Award 2016.


    6.9.2016
    2016 Champalimaud Vision Award recognises extraordinary findings in the relationship between the brain and the eyes, research that opens up the potential development of new therapies to combat vision disorders.
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  2. Workshop: The Liver Beyond Surgery in Colorectal Metastatic Disease


    28.7.2016
    Registrations are now open for the workshop on the treatment of liver metastasis from colon and rectal tumours, focusing on minimally invasive procedures - 18th November 2016.
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  3. ESGAR Learning Centre at Champalimaud Foundation


    28.6.2016
    Forging links: Learning Centre established through Champalimaud Foundation and ESGAR partnership.
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  4. Challenges in Laparoscopy and Robotics 2016


    21.6.2016
    Starting on June 9, and lasting for three days, the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown hosted the 2016 Challenges in Laparoscopy and Robotics meeting in Lisbon.
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  5. Champalimaud Foundation's General Council and the new surgical wing


    4.6.2016
    Champalimaud Foundation's General Council and the visit to the new surgical wing of the Foundation
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  6. First Champalimaud Cancer Nurse Conference


    3.6.2016
    The recognition of the vital role that nurses play in modern cancer treatment.
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  7. The Doctor's Doctor


    31.5.2016
    Working behind the scenes, but hugely important to modern oncology – what exactly does a pathologist do?! We spoke to our Head of Anatomic Pathology Prof. António Lopez-Beltran about his career and the role of a pathologist in cancer diagnosis and treatment.
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  8. Thank you Professor Maria de Sousa


    27.5.2016
    The "Landscapes on Lymphocyte Itineraries" symposium was held at the Champalimaud Foundation yesterday, 26 May 2016. It was an event which celebrated science, curiosity, initiative and knowledge, but, above all, it paid tribute to Professor Maria de Sousa for her invaluable contribution to the current panorama of scientific research in Portugal.
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