AGENDA para profesionales

12 septiembre 2019
13 septiembre 2019

Medical Educatioin Program on Ovarian Cancer Management

On behalf of the Division of Medical Oncology at Clínica Universidad de Navara – CUN Madrid, we would like to invite you to the Medical Education Program on Ovarian cancer management.

The course will be held on 12th and 13th of September, 2019 in Madrid Spain, in the new facilities Clínica Universidad de Navarra has recently open.

The Clínica Universidad de Navarra’s main purpose is to offer the best medical treatment to its patients with a human and personalized care. Our entire organization is built around achieving this objective.

Research is one of the main strategic principles at the Clínica, with special emphasis on the development of lines of transversal research. Our objective is to quickly apply our results in order to improve our patient care, perfect our diagnoses, improve our treatments and help find cures.

The course has been designed to provide an update on recent developments in the treatment and research of ovarian cancer and will also include visits to our services at the hospital with the aim of giving our guests a closer and a more practical contact with the delivery of the most recent treatments in this important clinical area.

We look forward to welcoming you in Madrid and to contributing to make your stay in this stimulating city both fruitful and pleasant.

Antonio González-Martin, MD
Program Director

Luis Chiva, MD
Program co-director

Clínica Universidad de Navarra. Sede Madrid
Calle Marquesado de Sta. Marta 1
28027 Madrid

T +34 91 353 19 20



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