Dr. Maxwell Sauder
Dr. Maxwell Sauder is a board-certified dermatologist with additional fellowship training. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree at McMaster University and completed a residency in dermatology at The University of Ottawa. He completed fellowship training in Cutaneous Oncology at Harvard Medical School. He is a former instructor in dermatology at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Sauder is currently an assistant professor and the onco-dermatology fellowship director at the University of Toronto. He is an onco-dermatologist at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. He also practices at Toronto Dermatology Centre where he is the research director conducting clinical trials and the director of the Pigmented Lesion Clinic.
FRI Apr 28
Recent Advances in Adjuvant Therapy of Melanoma
In this interactive session, we will review the actual staging classification for melanoma and underline high risk groups. In the last 5 years, major innovations have been made in the management of high risk stage III patients with the use of immunotherapy and targeted therapy. Adjuvant immunotherapy is now indicated in Stage IIB and IIC patients and recent data on this treatment will be presented including the side effect profile.
FRI Apr 28
The Role of Skin Care in Cancer Therapy-Related Cutaneous Adverse Events for Cancer Patients and Survivors
The CaSMO project aims to improve the quality of life for cancer patients and survivors by offering tools to prevent and manage cutaneous adverse events. These tools aim to support all healthcare providers treating oncology patients, including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and advanced providers. In this one-hour session, our faculty will review these tools developed to manage skin-related toxicities for cancer patients undergoing radiation, immunotherapy, hormonal therapy, and targeted therapies.