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Opening Plenary Presentation, Thursday October 21, 2010
Aging: issues related to diet, physical activity and cancer
Chair: JoEllen Welsh, PhD, University at Albany
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Biology of aging, cancer and caloric restriction
Steven N. Austad, PhD, University of Texas Health Science Center
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Dietary epigenetics in aging and cancer prevention
Trygve O. Tollesfsbol, PhD, DO, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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Aging, physical activity and cancer
Wendy M. Kohrt, PhD, University of Colorado, Denver
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Individual micronutrients and nutriomes for genome damage prevention: current status and a road map to the future
Michael Fenech, PhD, CSIRO Food and Nutritional Sciences, Australia
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Closing Plenary, Friday October 22, 2010
New and emerging science: the microbiome-implications for diet and cancer
Chair: Cindy D. Davis, PhD,
Co-Chair: John A. Milner, PhD, National Cancer Institute

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Diet, the microbiota, ethnic differences and colon cancer risk
Stephen J.D. O’Keefe, MD, MSc, University of Pittsburg
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Soy, gut microbes and cancer
Johanna W. Lampe, PhD, RD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
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Diet, urolithin production and cancer
Juan Carlos Espín de Gea, Centro de Edafología y Biología Aplicada del Segura, Spain
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Anti-inflammatory implications of the microbial transformation of dietary compounds
Wendy R. Russell, PhD, University of Aberdeen
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The role of the gut microbiota in bioenergetics and obesity
Peter J. Turnbaugh, PhD, Harvard University
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Afternoon Split Sessions, Thursday October 21, 2010
 
Split Session A Diet, physical activity and cancer survivorship
Intro: Diet, physical activity and cancer survivorship
Chair: Anne McTiernan, MD, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Co-chair: Catherine M. Alfano, PhD, National Cancer Institute

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Nutrition and breast cancer survival
Marian L. Neuhouser, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
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Physical activity, obesity, diet and colon cancer prognosis
Jeffrey Meyerhardt, MD, MPH, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Physical activity and obesity in survivors of childhood cancer
Kirsten Ness, PT, PhD, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
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Vitamin D and breast cancer prognosis
Pamela J. Goodwin, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Toronto
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Physical activity, obesity, diet and prostate cancer
Edward Giovannucci, MD, ScD, Harvard University
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Split Session B Diet, Inflammation and Cancer
Introduction: Diet, Inflammation and Cancer
Ah-Ng (Tony) Kong, PhD, Rutgers University
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Prostate cancer and inflammation
William G. Nelson, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
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Vitamin D, inflammation and cancer
JoEllen Welsh, PhD, University at Albany
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Zinc, inflammation and cancer
Louise Y. Fong, PhD, Thomas Jefferson University
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Anti-oxidants and genomic instability
Ramune Reliene, PhD, University at Albany
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Anti-oxidants, oxidative stress and inflammation
Ah-Ng (Tony) Kong, PhD, Rutgers University
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Breakfast Symposium, Friday October 22, 2010
Introduction: Diet and cancer: what cohort studies are telling us
Chair: Laurence N. Kolonel, MD, PhD, University of Hawaii
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Diet and cancer: what cohort studies are telling us

  1. Laurence N. Kolonel, MD, PhD, University of Hawaii
  2. Elio Riboli, MD, MPH, MSc, Imperial College London
  3. Teresa Norat, PhD, Imperial College London

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Friday Morning Split Sessions
Split Session C Obesity and cancer: implications for public health

Intro: Obesity and cancer: implications for public health
Gail G. Harrison, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles

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Global epidemic of obesity
June Stevens, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Childhood obesity in Mexico—trends and long-range implications
Juan A. Rivera, PhD, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Cuernavaca
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Unequal weight: equity-oriented policy responses to the global obesity epidemic
Sharon Friel, PhD, Australian National University
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Obesity and cancers of the endometrium and ovary
Elisa V. Bandera, MD, PhD, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey
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Dietary changes and implications for public health
Suzanne P. Murphy, PhD, RD, University of Hawaii
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Split Session D Nutrition proteomics and cancer prevention
Proteins as molecular targets of bioactive food components
Donato Romagnolo, PhD, University of Arizona
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Measuring efficacy of dietary fatty acid intake using a proteomics approach
Baukje de Roos, MSc, PhD, University of Aberdeen
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Proteomics for breast cancer programming and the response to endocrine disruptors and soy isoflavones
Coral A. Lamartiniere, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Using proteomics to discover mechanisms of action of isothiocyanates.
Timothy D. Veenstra, PhD, National Cancer Institute
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Summary and Future Directions
John A. Milner, PhD, National Cancer Institute
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