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Alessandro Gronchi
Chair Sarcoma Service - Department of Surgery - National Cancer Institute - Milan - Italy.
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CTOS Nov 15
A major announcement to allocate significant resources to fund Basic Sarcoma Research. For information on how to apply please visit or
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Dario Nov 15
Sooo honoured being awarded ⁦⁩ for our work on in survivor. Terrific cooperative effort!! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦ 🇮🇹🇨🇦
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Alessandro Gronchi Nov 15
Great talk about prognostication over time by the young investigaor awardee Another step forward dissecting prognosis & tailor treatment over time! Soon available in a free to download app.
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WinetteVanDerGraaf Nov 14
Second relapse of retroperitoneal sarcoma presentation by at No reason not to consider surgery taking the prognostic factors of this condition into account.
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Alessandro Gronchi Nov 13
presenting the updates of the WHO soft tissue tumors classification to a crowded audience! Great job as always. We all look forward to seeing the new blue book!
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Alessandro Gronchi Nov 13
Great dinner after a terrific meeting. A well deserved rest and celebration after 4 intense hours of terrific work!
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Alessandro Gronchi Nov 13
Akira Kaway ⁦⁩ opening address. Our great meeting is starting! Great to see so many friends around!
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Jeffrey Farma Nov 13
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Huang Lab ICR Nov 13
Opening of with a traditional sake ceremony in Tokyo. Kampai!
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Dorian Y. García-Ortega Nov 12
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WinetteVanDerGraaf Nov 12
Next meeting prior to official start organised by . The room was packed, overcrowded in fact, all to discuss studies in retroperitoneal sarcomas at a global level. Results and future plans. Data help to define state of the art guidelines for our patients.
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Herbert Loong Nov 13
Absolutely amazing turnout today at the meeting! The room was completely packed and standing room only! Lots of updates on existing projects and discussion of future plans. Missing you !
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TARPSWG Nov 12
International Registry of primary recruited >1200 pts since Jan2017. Great effort from
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Frances Wright Nov 13
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Alessandro Gronchi Nov 13
Another successful meeting of the ⁦⁩ at ⁦⁩ annual meeting in Tokyo. Packed room, lots of ideas and enthusiasm. Collaboration and success continue!
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Dario Nov 12
It’s a room packed with enthusiasts at meeting! ⁦
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Jeffrey Farma Nov 12
Completely packed room for bi-annual meeting need a centralized with all this enthusiasm and
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David Gyorki Nov 13
Fantastic to see so much enthusiasm to gain a better understanding of this complex group of diseases through international collaboration.
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Sandro Pasquali Nov 12
results of STRASS study shoul be put in perspective to suggest the best way of using for retroperitoneal
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