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Looking Beyond VEGF Suppression: Optimizing the Patient Journey

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6:30 AM, Saturday 17 Jun 2023 (1 hour 30 minutes)
Québec City Convention Centre - Room 205 ABC | Salle 205 ABC
Co-Developed Symposium

*Breakfast to be served from 6:00am*


Learning Objectives: 

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

  • Outline the role of the Tie-2/ang pathway in DR and nAMD
    and how it may impact patient outcomes
  • Identify the most important biomarkers
    on structural OCT that can help predict treatment
    response in DME and nAMD
  • Discuss real-world case presentations and when
    to switch patients from one agent to another
  • Highlight reasons for the efficacy gap between clinical trials and real-world practice, and describe how to address that gap with improved real-world study design (eg, VOYAGER)

CanMEDS Roles: Medical expert, scholar

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