23rd Annual CCO HIV and Hepatitis C Symposium: Regional Workshops in New York and San Francisco

Event Overview

Save the date for CCO 2013!

Saturday, April 6, 2013
(Live Meeting and webcast)
San Francisco, California

Saturday, April 13, 2013
(Live Meeting and webcast)
New York, New York

The annual CCO symposium returns in 2013 with a fresh new format in which leading faculty will efficiently update you on the latest developments and the most pressing clinical challenges without requiring you to travel across the country or take days away from the clinic.

Designed for frontline clinicians treating HIV- or HCV-monoinfected and/or coinfected patients, the highly interactive program features plenary presentations, interactive case discussions, and roundtable sessions reviewing the most pertinent clinical information.

Agenda

Agenda

7:45 AM Welcome and Opening Remarks


8:00 AM
Interactive Plenary: Should You Screen All Baby Boomers and How Do You Manage These
               Newly Diagnosed Patients?
               Faculty: Sanjeev Arora, MD


8:30 AM
Case-based Roundtable: Management of the Treatment-Naive HCV Patient
               Moderator: Kenneth E. Sherman, MD, PhD 
               Panel: Nezam H. Afdhal, MD, FRCPI; Sanjeev Arora, MD


9:30 AM
Questions and Answers


10:00 AM
Interactive Plenary: The Changing Treatment Armamentarium for HCV: From Today to 2016
                 Faculty: Nezam H. Afdhal, MD, FRCPI


10:30 AM
Case-based Roundtable: Advanced HCV Treatment Topics
                 Moderator: Fred Poordad, MD
                 Panel: Nezam H. Afdhal, MD, FRCPI (San Francisco); Douglas T. Dieterich, MD (New York);
                 Paul Y. Kwo, MD (New York); Norah Terrault, MD, MPH (San Francisco)

11:30 AM
Questions and Answers


12:00 PM
Lunch


1:00 PM
Interactive Plenary: Recent Advances in Antiretroviral Therapy
               Faculty: Roy M. Gulick, MD, MPH


1:30 PM
Case-based Roundtable: Should it Be Simpler? Switching Antiretroviral Therapy in Virologically
               Suppressed Patients
               Moderator: Eric S. Daar, MD
               Panel: Roy M. Gulick, MD, MPH; Kathleen E. Squires, MD         


2:30 PM
Questions and Answers


3:00 PM
Case-based Roundtable: Comorbidity and Coinfection in HIV Patients
               Moderator: Sally Hodder, MD
               Panel: W. David Hardy, MD (San Francisco); Kimberly Y. Smith, MD, MPH; 
               Mark S. Sulkowski, MD (New York)            


4:00 PM
Interactive Plenary: The State of the Art in HIV Cure Research—What Does it Mean for Your
               Patients?
               Faculty: Joseph J. Eron, Jr., MD


4:30 PM
Questions and Answers


5:00 PM
Adjournment