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2017-03-15 - 2017-03-18 Toată ziua
The International Scientific Committee and the local organizers invite you to another (15th) outstanding «St. Gallen International Breast Cancer Conference» in Vienna, Austria from 15-18 March 2017! Experts of virtually all major cooperative groups and centers 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 Early Bird fee is available until 9th January.
Take advantage and register until then to join the conference for 750,- €/450,- €.
Companies or societies interested in sponsoring are kindly advised to contact St.Gallen Oncology Conferences (email@example.com) to receive the "Sponsorship Opportunities-Brochure". Please note: The booth locations are distributed on a first-come-first-served basis.
The conference will close as usual with an update of the widely acknowledged St. Gallen consensus on the optimal treatment of early breast cancer for the next two years. The voting results will be published in summer 2017 most probably in Annals of Oncology.
The conference will be held entirely in English. No simultanious translations will be offered.
If you have further questions regarding SG-BCC 2017, please do not hesitate to get in touch with St.Gallen Oncology Conferences (firstname.lastname@example.org), we are looking forward to assist you!
Meeting of the Romanian Society Of Neurogastroenterology with Rome IV Regional Central-East Euromean Meeting2017-03-16 - 2017-03-18 Toată ziuaNo additional details for this event.
2017-03-23 - 2017-03-26 Toată ziua
After a huge success for the 16th edition of the WCO-IOF-ESCEO Congress:
- 3817 delegates took part in the largest event in the field of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, frailty and sarcopenia.
- The Scientific Advisory Committee, co-chaired by Professor René Rizzoli and Professor Cyrus Cooper, had an extremely difficult task, to select oral presentations, among 1259 submitted abstracts of the highest quality.
- 598 Awards were distributed during the congress.
The world's leading clinical conference on bone, joint and muscle health will take place in Florence, Italy.
WCO, IOF and ESCEO have worked in partnership for several years to develop a unique European springtime meeting programme for healthcare professionals, researchers and young scientists.
We are eagerly looking forward to welcoming you in Florence from March 23 to March 26, 2017.
Jean-Yves Reginster (ESCEO President) and John A. Kanis (IOF President)
Scientific Committee Chairpersons:
Cyrus Cooper (Chair, IOF Scientific Committee) and René Rizzoli (Chair, ESCEO Scientific Committee)
2017-03-24 - 2017-03-28 Toată ziua
From 24 to 28 March 2017, London will host the 32nd Annual EAU Congress, the second annual EAU event to be held in this city since 1988 and the third time, after 15 years, that we return to the United Kingdom. Remarkable growth has marked the Annual EAU Congress with more than 14,000 professional visitors and participants and an in-depth scientific programme. From live surgeries, state-of-the-art lectures, debates, hands-on training, symposiums, educational courses to abstract and video sessions, among other activities, the newest updates and leading opinions are presented and examined by 1,400 expert speakers and lecturers.
2017-03-26 - 2017-03-29 Toată ziua
DEAR FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES
In 2017, Marseille will proudly host the 43rd edition of the EBMT Annual Meeting, including the 33rd EBMT Nurses Group meeting, 16th EBMT Data Management Group Meeting, 9th EBMT Quality Management Group Meeting, 2nd EBMT Pharmacist Day, and 11th EBMT Patient & Family Day.
Marseille is the oldest city in France, with Greek settlers arriving from Phocéa around 600 B.C. Through centuries, the city became one of the most important harbours in the Mediterranean area. Over centuries, the city went through successive mutations; it is now turning towards modern industries and services, including successful biotech companies. Second after Paris for its scientific potential, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) region attracts talented scientists who benefit of world-class research facilities and teams focusing on oncology, immunology, rare genetic diseases, infectious diseases and neurosciences to name a few. The Institut Paoli-Calmettes, the Comprehensive Cancer Centre, and the University Hospital, AP-HM, host two of the oldest and most active French hematopoietic stem cell transplant programs for adults and children respectively.