We are pleased to invite you to the International Scientific Conference of the Polish Society for Hyperthermic Oncology (PTHO). The theme for this year's congress is "The Place for Hyperthermia in Polish Medicine". Poland has been a long time supporter of hyperthermia. There are currently six Pyrexar BSD-500 Superficial Systems, a BSD-2000 Deep Regional System, and an early model BSD-300 in Poland (We have been there for a long time). [see map]
This year the PTHO invited more than 20 speakers, prominent scientists, experts in hyperthermia, from many different countries. Besides polish speakers, you will have the opportunity to hear the lectures of guests from the USA, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, Russia, and China. The main topic of the Conference will cover hyperthermia trends in the treatment of cancer. The conference goal is to present the standard procedures of combining hyperthermia with radiation therapy, chemotherapy and other systemic treatments. One of the sessions will be dedicated to the biology of fever and to the immunological effects of hyperthermia.
The conference will be held on October 20-21st, 2017 in Piekary Slaskie, Poland at the beautiful, and award winning, Hotel Rezydencja Luxury.
Who should go? If you are a thermal oncologist or someone looking to understand how hyperthermia can be used as part of a comprehensive cancer treatment program, this conference touches on all of the topics. Pyrexar will have on display its new BSD-2000 3D/MR applicator which features live 3D non-invasive temperature mapping utilizing MRI guidance for accurate heat placement. A complete program is available on the PTHO website (www.konferencja2017.ptho.pl/programme)
Representing Pyrexar at the event will be CEO, Mark Falkowski and our local distributor Darius Dros and his team from HT Systems. Conference Admission and Hotel prices are extremely affordable, especially for the caliber of speakers and international contacts you will meet. Register before September 19th and save 25%. Registration and information available on the PTHO website.