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2023 Annual Scientific Meeting
The Breast Cancer Trials 44th Annual Scientific Meeting will be held from 26-28 July 2023, in Auckland, New Zealand.
Attracting world-leading speakers, our delegates include Australian and New Zealand researchers from a range of disciplines, including medical oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, radiation oncologists and others.
The conference program includes two days of Scientific Sessions plus trials updates, a Concept Development Workshop, Trials Coordination Forum, Breakfast Symposiums, a Trainee Day and conference dinner.
Sessions will be dedicated to key issues on the prevention and treatment of early and advanced breast cancer and to the supportive care of those affected. Current and future trials, and research directions, will be discussed and new approaches analysed.
The ASM is a great opportunity to network with research colleagues from around Australasia and the world, and to also hear new ideas for clinical trials in the future.
Further information including registration, speakers and the program, visit www.bct2023.org.