Conferences and meetings

There are many opportunities to join conferences and events relating to breast cancer. We’ve gathered just a few of these below:

Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland meeting

The Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland hosts a major conference twice a year (Jan and June) with outstanding speakers on a range of topics from basic molecular pathology to diagnostic practice and provides a forum for investigators across the world to present their research. Membership is open to all individuals involved in pathological research and education and includes subscription to our Society Journal.

Association of Breast Surgery

The ABS meetings aim to provide an update on what is new, challenging and controversial in the management of patients with breast cancer

National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) cancer conference

The NCRI Cancer Conference provides supporters with many opportunities to raise their profile with a multidisciplinary audience of oncology professionals.

 UK Breast Cancer Research Symposium

This two day translational conference will bring together the brightest minds in breast cancer research and explore the interface of the lab and clinic.

International Society of Breast Pathology Meeting

In this meeting a multidisciplinary panel of breast cancer experts discuss importance and impact of breast cancer pathology diagnosis and management and highlight the most recent changes in the practice of breast pathology.

World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer

This comprehensive congress deals with controversial issues in breast cancer care including presentations, debates and discussions. Topics covered will include Screening and imaging, Molecular profiling, Neoadjuvant therapy, Management of advanced disease, CNS metastases and Future developments.

North of England Breast Cancer Symposium

This symposium brings together key breast cancer stakeholders to allow update knowledge, exchange ideas, develop networks and forge strategic partnerships to address the critical issues related to the oncology profession today.

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