School of Oncoplastic Surgery Offers CME Course Feb 8-10

The School of Oncoplastic Surgery (SOS) has added several world-renowned experts to the faculty of its February course on oncoplastic surgery (OPS), the most advanced form of breast cancer surgery.

Surgeons will gather in Newport Beach, February 8-10, 2019, to learn from a panel of experts, including several of the world’s pioneers in OPS. The two-and-a-half-day course – which provides more than 20 hours of certified medical education (CME) credits – instructs surgeons on how to optimize cosmetic results without compromising cancer control.

“We continually build and expand our faculty, and this meeting will include some of the world’s pre-eminent oncoplastic surgeons,” says Gail Lebovic, MD, in a media release. “Our program gives surgeons from all generations the opportunity to broaden their skills in the oncologic and aesthetic aspects of breast surgery under the instruction of those of us who developed these very techniques.”

For more information and to register, read the full press release at www.prnewswire.com