04.09.2021 - Zurich, Switzerland
This symposium will be held as an online event. You can therefore attend the event as an online participant (livestream and/or media library).
Dear Colleagues and friends of Lymphology,
Today I have the honor to invite you to participate online in the 3rd Swiss Lymphology Symposium.
While lymphoedema is not a medical specialism in its own right, it is not uncommon either and can often be encountered in a wide range of medical disciplines, assuming that we doctors actually think of it and interpret the clinical signs correctly. This particularly applies to secondary lymphoedema, which is often a lifelong sequela following curative cancer treatments, for example. We are looking to gain some insight from surgical specialists as to why and where lymph nodes have to be removed during cancer therapy. This should improve our understanding in cases where lymphoedema does eventually come into play, and help us to explain the facts in a way that the patient can readily understand. In addition, both current and potential future approaches to treatment will be addressed. Each talk will allow ample time for individual questions and discussions afterwards.
This series of talks is aimed at doctors from a wide range of specialisms who are interested in lymphology. Events of this type also provide an opportunity for networking, whether with therapists or professionals from the medical retail sector.
Please keep this day free in your diary and join us for this interdisciplinary and interprofessional knowledge exchange.
I look forward to welcoming you to the Online-Symposium!
Dr. med. Stephan Wagner
CHF 220,- incl. statutory VAT
German with simultaneous interpreting to English
4th September 2021
9 a.m. to approx. 6:20 p.m. CEST
The English media library will be available for 2 weeks from release date, which is going to be a couple of days after the Symposium.
Please do not make any video recording and / or take photographs during the lectures. Thank you.
If you’re interested in taking part at the online event, register now.