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We all know how complex it is to treat a patient with a brain or spine tumor. We have several considerations to apply from the clinical and imaging diagnose until last recurrence, that involve a multidisciplinary approach with specialists in neuro-oncology including neuroradiologists, neurologists, pathologists, neurosurgeons, oncologists, radiotherapist and supportive team. Constantly we have many advances in imaging, surgical techniques, molecular and genomic applications, new medications and combinations of drugs, targeted cell signaling therapies, immuno therapies as well as applied modern radiotherapy.

The Latin America is a representation of several cultures in promising and developing countries with a special population that deserves the best care regarding these challenging diseases called Central Nervous System Tumors.

The SNOLA was created with several missions, including:

• Be a multidisciplinary society dedicated to promoting advances in Neuro-Oncology through research and education in Latin America

• Provide all tools to our members to understand CNS tumors, and to improve outcome and quality of life for our patients. We will allow access to Neuro-Oncology Magazine, create the best and participative board of directors in Latin America in all areas of Neuro-Oncology, promote the biannual SNOLA meeting and other satellite courses, tumor boards and academic activities

• Integrate all specialties and societies related to Neuro-Oncology

• Cooperate with all multicenter groups that study CNS tumors

• Be an active voice in Latin America trying to improve the assistance and care of Neuro-Oncology patients

• Collaborate with all activities of SNO, EANO, ASNO and represent Latin America in the World Federation of Neuro-Oncology Societies

This is a very important project, essential for all professionals that work somehow with CNS tumors. I’m sure that all this effort involving the SNOLA creation will be rewarded with best assistance and care for our patients. This mission requires the participation of all, learning from mistakes, maturing every day, making SNOLA helpful in order to move us forward as a strong Neuro-Oncology community.

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Marcos V. C. Maldaun, MD, PhD

Foundation President of SNOLA

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Message from SNO President:

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Dear Colleagues of the Society for Neuro-Oncology, Latin America,

On behalf of my fellow Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO) members, congratulations on the initiation of the Society for Neuro-Oncology, Latin America! We appreciate the amount of hard work required to get you to this pivotal point and applaud your ongoing efforts to move forward on behalf of brain cancer patients and their families in Central and South America.

Without question, the next several years will be very exciting for neuro-oncology. While we have known our share of disappointments, the lessons we have learned, for example most recently from targeted cell signaling therapies and anti-angiogenics, poise us to move ahead with sharper scientific insight. In addition, the highly exciting potential of immunotherapeutics, epigenetics, tumor metabolism and cancer stem cells beckon us forward. Effective tools to help us interrogate quality of life, neurocognitive capacity and preservation of neurologic function are within our grasp so that we can not only help our patients live longer, but also help them livebetter. As technology makes our world smaller, the neuro-oncology community is rapidly growing.

International collaboration is well within our reach. We in SNO are highly enthusiastic to worktogether with SNOLA members in a wide array of collaborative efforts to advance scientific understanding of CNS tumors, and to improve outcome for our patients. As SNO president, I am personally committed to facilitate the expansion and expedition of collaborative efforts to help effectively move us forward as a global neuro-oncology community.

Our best wishes go out to you as you take these critical initial steps forward. We eagerly anticipate much exciting and productive collaboration with SNOLA membership.


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David A. Reardon, M.D.

President, Society for Neuro-Oncology cc Charles Haynes, Gelareh Zadeh

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Message from EANO President:


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Dear Colleagues, EANO is very happy about the creation of SNOLA, and we do hope in the future to develop a fruitful cooperation between EANO and SNOLA regarding scientific, educational and organizational issues in Neuro-Oncology. We can offer our EANO online Magazine to publish any information/debate regarding Neuro-Oncology in Latin America. Obviously, SNOLA, together EANO, SNO and ASNO, will cooperate within the World Federation of Neuro-Oncology.

My warmest wishes for this successful project
Riccardo Soffietti

EANO President

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» Poster and Oral presentations during the SNOLA 2018 April, 23, 2018

» Interview with Roger Stupp April, 12, 2018

» SNOLA KEY QUESTION: IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR BRAIN METASTASIS August, 31, 2017

» OVERVIEW DO CONGRESSO DA WFNOS 2017 July, 31, 2017

» Assessment of accessibility to the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors in Argentina: Preliminary results July, 11, 2017

» ASCO 2017 OVERVIEW July, 03, 2017

» SNOLA KEY QUESTION: HYPOFRACTIONATED RADIATION THERAPY FOR GLIOBLASTOMA June, 13, 2017

» Comentário sobre EANO Guideline June, 6, 2017

» DR.HOTTINGER ANSWERS THE THIRD SNOLA KEY QUESTIONS March, 27, 2017

» INSCRIÇÃO CORTESIA PARA MEMBRO SNOLA - V CONGRESSO INTERNACIONAL DE NEURO-ONCOLOGIA March, 8, 2017

» DR. GLENN LESSER ANSWERS THE SECOND SNOLA KEY QUESTIONS January, 9, 2017

 

» HIGHLIGHT SNO 2016 December, 14, 2016

 

» SUSAN CHANG ANSWERS THE FIRST SNOLA KEY QUESTION December, 07, 2016

 

» Mexico Regional Directors Committee November, 21, 2016

 

» The 5th Brain Tumor Awareness Day and 1st SNOLA Day in Argentina November, 21, 2016

 

» Uruguay Regional Directors Committee November, 17, 2016

 

» EANO 2016 HIGHLIGHTS E OVERVIEW November, 08, 2016

 

» First Regional Directors Meeting in Cancun, Mexico November, 07, 2016

 

» Peru Regional Directors Committee September, 23, 2016

 

» 1º Curso de Educação Continuada da Academia de Brasileira de Neurocirurgia September, 1, 2016

 

» WORLD FEDERATION OF NEURO-ONCOLOGY SOCIETIES MAGAZINE RELEASE July, 22, 2016

 

» Micromar: UMA NOVA ETAPA JUNTOS July, 7, 2016

 

» ASCO 2016 June, 17, 2016

 

» Primer Simposio SNOLA Uruguay May, 2, 2016

 

» SNOLA 2016: A importância do TCGA nos gliomas  May, 2, 2016

 

» NCCN Supports President Obama and Vice President Biden in their Moonshot to Cure Cancer Initiative JANUARY, 15, 2016

 

» Call for Proposals Neuro-Oncology Symposium or Educational Course in the Developing World DECEMBER, 17, 2015

 

» WINS VISA 2016 Award DECEMBER, 03, 2015


» Snola Awards Nominations' Deadline January 15, 2016 

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» Nota de Prensa Post Congreso Peruano de Neurocirugía 2015

JULY, 22, 2015


» Challenges and Opportunities in Oncology Care

JULY, 22, 2015

 

» Forthcoming Video Atlas Of Neurosurgery: Contemporary Tumor And Skull Base Surgery
JULY, 21, 2015

 

» ASCO 2015 Overview 
JULY, 03, 2015


» SNOLA members have discount for Sno Meeting 2015 
 
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» Walter E. Dandy Neurosurgical Society joint meeting with the Brazilian Neurosurgical Academy 
 
JUNE, 12, 2015

 

» Quedó constituida la Sociedad Ibero Latinoamericana de Radiocirugía

 

» II SNOLA Satellite Meeting success


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