Events of Interest

Below are events that we feel our conference attendees might find useful.

CoBrCa

We are proud to announce that the 5th World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer (CoBrCa) will take place September 4-6, 2019 in San Francisco, CA, USA.

The 5th CoBrCa Congress will continue to directly address key and controversial issues facing clinicians in their daily practice in an effort to find solutions to unresolved clinical and therapeutic problems. Experts will debate, discuss and present lectures on topics in medical oncology, surgery, breast imaging, radiation oncology, pathology, reconstruction and more. At the end of each lecture, the audience will be provided with ample time to join the discussion.

 

 


16th St Gallen International Breast Cancer Conference 2019 

The International Scientific Committee and the local organisers invite you to another outstanding St Gallen International Breast Cancer Conference, in Vienna Austria, from 20-23 March 2019. Experts of virtually all major cooperative groups and centres world-wide actively engaged in basic and clinical research as well as in clinical management of breast cancer will present their latest data, critically reviewed by leading specialists in the field.

The conference will close as usual with an update of the widley acknowledged St. Gallen consensus on the optimal treatment of early breast cancer for the following two year. The consensus and its related scientific core issues will be published in Summer 2019.

For registration and further information please visit

https://www.oncoconferences.ch/bcc

We look forward to welcoming you to Vienna!

 

 


UKIO 2019

The United Kingdom Imaging & Oncology Congress (UKIO) is the permanent amalgamation of two well-known conferences – the UK Radiological Congress (UKRC) and the UK Radiation Oncology Conference (UKRO). 2019 will be the first year that this unified event will run as UKIO.

The Congress is organised by ROC, (Radiology Oncology Congresses) a charitable partnership of the British Institute of Radiology, The Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine and The College of Radiographers.

This annual event consists of a three-day multidisciplinary scientific congress and technical exhibition which run simultaneously in one location. The event is aimed at all those involved in the field of radiological science and radiation oncology and attracts over 2,000 attendees.

The 2019 theme is Personalise & Humanise. The scientific programme, that promises to be both innovative and varied, will create a true multidisciplinary congress, covering the widest range of topics.

For registration and further information please visit

www.ukio.org.uk