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ESMO ADVANCED COURSE PROGRAMME
LUNG CANCER IN IMMUNOTHERAPY
A NEW PARADIGM WITH UNANSWERED QUESTIONS
Zurich, Switzerland
3-4 July 2019

CO-CHAIRS

Aurelien Marabelle, France

SPEAKERS

John Haanen, Netherlands

Maurice Perol, France
Solange Peters, Switzerland
David Planchard, France

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Understanding the key players in tumour immunology
Getting up-to-date on the role of immunotherapy in advanced NSCLC
The role of biomarkers in selecting NSCLC patients for IT
Mechanism of combining angiogenesis inhibition with checkpoint inhibition
Management of IT toxicity and use of IT in specific subgroups of patients

ACCREDITATION
The programme of this event has been accredited with 10 ESMO-MORA category 1 points. Recertification is necessary
for medical oncologists to remain professionally certified by ESMO. Recertification guarantees that a certified medical
oncologist has continued to update her/his knowledge and continues to possess the necessary skills and standards for the
practice of medical oncology. For further information please refer to www.esmo.org.

09:00-09:10 Welcome and introduction on aims of this course
Aurelien Marabelle, FR
9:10-9:40 What every medical oncologist should know about Tumour Immunology
John Haanen, NL
09:40-10:40

Session 1
State-of-the-art: Immunotherapy with Immune Check Point Inhibitors of Locally Advanced and Metastatic
Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer in 1st and later lines
Maurice Perol, FR

10:40-11:10

Coffee break

11:10-11:40

Debate Pro
Are all fit patients candidates for 1st-line treatment with Immune Check Point Inhibitors?
YES: one size fits all!
Maurice Perol, FR

11:40-12:10
Debate Contra
Are all fit patients candidates for 1st-line treatment with Immune Check Point Inhibitors?
NO: Patients should be selected based on predictive biomarkers
David Planchard, FR
12:10-12:30

Session 4
In TPS>50%, what is best in 1st-line: single agent Pembrolizumab or CT-IO combination?
Solange Peters, CH
Questions and Answers

12:30-12.45
12:45-13:45
13:45-14:15

Lunch
Session 5
What is the rational for adding anti-angiogenics to Immune Check-Points Inhibitors?
Solange Peters, CH
Session 6
Refining patient selection: Immuno-score, -profiling, -gram and Tumor Mutation Burden
The point of view of the Immunologist
John Haanen, NL
Session 7
Efficacy evaluation of Immune Check Points Inhibitors: Recist 1.1, iRecist or Ir Recist?
The issue and risk of hyper-progression
Brain metastasis as a target
Aurelien Marabelle, FR
Questions and Answers
Coffee break

Session 8
Toxicity issues with Immune Check Points inhibitors
John Haanen, NL
17:15-17:45 Use of checkpoint inhibitors in patients with AID and chronic viral infections
Aurelien Marabelle, FR
17:45-18:00

Questions and Answers

19:00

Networking dinner

9:00-12:30 Workshop sessions
Three parallel workshop sessions with 20 delegates in each group (delegates will attend all 3 sessions on a
rotation basis)
15’ Introduction based on clinical cases presented by speakers
35’ Discussion 10’ Break
When to stop immunotherapy or treatment beyond progression
Aurelien Marabelle, FR
Workshop 2 Choosing treatment based on biomarkers
Solange Peters, CH
David Planchard, FR

Managing toxicity
John Haanen, NL
Feedback on the workshops from each group
Synthesis and wrap-up
Aurelien Marabelle, FR
John Haanen, NL


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