Comparing and Contrasting the Role of Imaging in Common Cancers

This two-part web symposium will compare and contrast common cancers in the United States and Asia. Speakers will illustrate the role of imaging in screening, diagnosis, and surveillance of liver cancer, gastric cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and lung cancer.

At the end of this session, viewers will be able to:

  • Discuss imaging strategies for screening, diagnosis, and surveillance of liver cancer in Western populations.
  • Review imaging-based systems for the diagnosis of HCC proposed by numerous international scientific organizations and societies, especially from Asian perspective and focus on multiparameteric imaging strategy in the diagnosis of liver cancer..
  • Compare and contrast the role imaging plays in the diagnosis and treatment of gastric cancer in America and Asia.

Please take a few minutes to complete the evaluation at the end of each session. We hope you enjoy this global education initiative.

Please note — No credits are available for this course.


Part 1 Faculty
Population Health in Cancer Imaging Jonathan Kruskal, MD, PhD Watch Evaluation
Liver Cancer - Asian Perspective Huadan Xue, MD Watch Evaluation
Liver Cancer - American Perspective Peter Liu, MD Watch Evaluation
Gastric Cancer - Asian Perspective Whal Lee, MD, PhD Watch Evaluation
Gastric Cancer - American Perspective Peter Liu, MD Watch Evaluation
Panel Discussion Watch Evaluation
Part 2 Faculty
Colon Cancer - Asian Perspective Gen Iinuma, MD Watch Evaluation
Colon Cancer - American Perspective Judy Yee, MD Watch Evaluation
Prostate Cancer - Asian Perspective Cher Heng Tan, MBBS Watch Evaluation
Prostate Cancer - American Perspective Judy Yee, MD Watch Evaluation
Lung Cancer - Asian Perspective Yeun-Chung Chang, MD, PhD Watch Evaluation
Lung Cancer - American Perspective Carol C. Wu, MD Watch Evaluation
Panel Discussion Watch Evaluation