Appendix A

WORKSHOP AGENDA
REDUCING TOBACCO-RELATED CANCER INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY: A WORKSHOP

June 11 and 12, 2012

Lecture Room
National Academy of Sciences Building
2101 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20418

STATEMENT OF TASK

An ad hoc committee will plan and conduct a public workshop, whose agenda will examine the impact of tobacco use on cancer incidence and mortality, and explore ways to reduce that impact. The workshop, which will feature invited presentations and discussion, will address such topics as

•   evidence linking tobacco use to the incidence, progression, and treatment outcome for various types of cancer;

•   biological mechanisms responsible for that linkage and how to target them;

•   the impact of state, federal, and employer programs to reduce tobacco use;

•   the new role of the FDA in regulating tobacco products; and

•   international perspectives.

Workshop participants will discuss potential ways in which research could advance the prevention and treatment of tobacco-related cancers as well as enhance the regulation of tobacco products from a cancer perspective. Workshop participants will also explore potential ways to more broadly



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Appendix A WORKSHOP AGENDA REDUCING TOBACCO-RELATED CANCER INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY: A WORKSHOP June 11 and 12, 2012 Lecture Room National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20418 STATEMENT OF TASK An ad hoc committee will plan and conduct a public workshop, whose agenda will examine the impact of tobacco use on cancer incidence and mortality, and explore ways to reduce that impact. The workshop, which will feature invited presentations and discussion, will address such topics as • evidence linking tobacco use to the incidence, progression, and  treatment outcome for various types of cancer; • biological mechanisms responsible for that linkage and how to target  them; • the impact of state, federal, and employer programs to reduce  tobacco use; • the new role of the FDA in regulating tobacco products; and • international perspectives. Workshop participants will discuss potential ways in which research could advance the prevention and treatment of tobacco-related cancers as well as enhance the regulation of tobacco products from a cancer perspec- tive. Workshop participants will also explore potential ways to more broadly 87

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88 REDUCING TOBACCO-RELATED CANCER INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY implement effective strategies to reduce tobacco use. An individually- authored summary of the workshop will subsequently be prepared by a designated rapporteur. AGENDA Day 1: June 11, 2012 8:00 a.m. Breakfast and Registration 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Opening Remarks from the IOM National Cancer Policy Forum • John Mendelsohn, MD Anderson Cancer Center National Cancer Policy Forum Chair • Roy Herbst, Yale Cancer Center Workshop Planning Committee Chair 8:40 a.m. Session 1: Workshop Introduction: The Changing Face of Tobacco Use Over Time Moderator: Roy Herbst Epidemiology Perspective on Tobacco Use in the United States • Terry Pechacek, Centers for Disease Control and  Prevention Societal and Policy Perspective on Tobacco Use • Kenneth Warner, University of Michigan  Panel Discussion • Including speakers and Otis Brawley, American Cancer  Society 10:00 a.m. Session 2: Federal Level Tobacco Policy Moderator: Matthew Myers, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

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APPENDIX A 89 Overview of the National Tobacco Strategy • Howard Koh, U.S. Department of Health and Human  Services Food and Drug Administration (FDA) • Lawrence Deyton, FDA Center for Tobacco Products  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) • Tim McAfee, CDC Office on Smoking and Health  Panel Discussion • Including speakers and David Abrams, Legacy  11:45 a.m. Lunch 12:45 p.m. Session 3: State Level Tobacco Policies Moderator: Carolyn Dresler, Arkansas Department of Health State Policy Initiatives and Funding Needs • Danny McGoldrick, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids  Overview of State Tobacco Control Programs • Karla Sneegas, Centers for Disease Control and  Prevention State-Level Exemplars of Policy Change • Thomas Land, Massachusetts Department of Public  Health • Colleen Stevens, California Department of Health  Services Panel Discussion • Including speakers and Russ Sciandra, American Cancer  Society 2:45 p.m. Break

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90 REDUCING TOBACCO-RELATED CANCER INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY 3:00 p.m. Session 4: Treatment for Cessation Moderator: Michael Fiore, University of Wisconsin Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention Cessation: Clinical Practice and Guidelines • Michael Fiore, University of Wisconsin Center for  Tobacco Research and Intervention Opportunities and Challenges for Health Care Providers in Tobacco Dependence Treatment • Linda Sarna, University of California, Los Angeles  The Art of Treatment: Clinical Applications and Challenges • Richard Hurt, Mayo Clinic  Lung Cancer Screening and Cessation • Jamie Ostroff, Memorial-Sloan Kettering  Panel Discussion 5:00 p.m. Wrap-Up and Adjourn Day 1 Roy Herbst, Yale Cancer Center Day 2: June 12, 2012 7:30 a.m. Breakfast and Registration 8:00 a.m. Welcome, Recap of Day 1 • Roy Herbst, Yale Cancer Center  8:05 a.m. Session 5: Cancer Patients Moderators: Roy Herbst, Yale Cancer Center, and Ellen R. Gritz, MD Anderson Cancer Molecular Biology • Fadlo Khuri, Emory University 

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APPENDIX A 91 Tobacco Use and Cancer Outcomes • Graham Warren, Roswell Park Cancer Institute  Tobacco Cessation in Cancer Patients • Ellen R. Gritz, MD Anderson Cancer Center  The War on Cancer Starts with Tobacco Control • K. Michael Cummings, Medical University of South  Carolina Panel Discussion • Including speakers and Michele Bloch, National Cancer  Institute 10:05 a.m. Break 10:15 a.m. Session 6: Communication: What Messages Are Most Effective for Preventing Initiation of and for Quitting Tobacco Use Moderators: Benjamin Toll, Yale Cancer Center, and Brenda Nevidjon, Duke University Cigarette Warning Labels • David Hammond, University of Waterloo  Technology-Based Programs for Prevention and Cessation • Alexander V. Prokhorov, MD Anderson Cancer Center  Message Framing to Promote Tobacco Cessation • Benjamin Toll, Yale Cancer Center  Media to Reduce Tobacco Use • Cheryl G. Healton, Legacy  Panel Discussion • Including speakers and Geoffrey Fong, University of  Waterloo 12:15 p.m. Wrap-Up and Adjourn Roy Herbst, Yale Cancer Center

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