World Cancer Congress

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    The Call for Late-breaking Abstracts is now open!

    Do not miss the last opportunity to be part of the 2014 World Cancer Congress
    Submit your Late-breaking Abstract NOW

    Thank you for reading the instructions below before submitting your Late-breaking Abstract.
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    Travel Grants

    UICC has received a large number of Travel Grant requests. Unfortunately, only a limited number of Travel Grants could be awarded due to restricted funding.

    If you have not yet received a Travel Grant notification from the UICC Congress Team, we are afraid we will not be able to award you a Travel Grant for the 2014 World Cancer Congress.
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    Abstract format notifications

    Due to the quality and important number of abstract submitted, it is taking a little longer to allocate the adequate format to all of them. 

    ​The Abstract Committee is currently finalising to schedule all the abstract presentations.
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    Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) will play an important part of the programme of the upcoming 2014 World Cancer Congress, with a suite of plenaries, sessions and side events that are of relevance to the wider NCD community beyond cancer. 

    This is not surprising given the many synergies between the different NCDs which: share common risk factors, require outstanding primary care services, struggle from the same myths and misconceptio
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    Updated Preliminary Programme out now

    The Preliminary Programme for the 2014 World Cancer Congress has been released. 

    Coming to the Congress? The updated Preliminary Programme has been released! See what exciting events and sessions we have lined up and start planning your 2014 Congress experience. 
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    Global Village

    After the successful introduction of the UICC Global Village at the World Cancer Congress in Montréal in August 2012, the UICC networking hub will be moving downunder in 2014 for the Melbourne edition. Make sure you secure your exhibition space in the heart of the Congress.

    What is the Global Village?
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    Sponsorship and Exhibition

    Do not miss the opportunity to be a part of the World Cancer Congress - where the cancer and global health worlds’ most influential players will come together under the same roof. Read on to find out which organisations have already mobilised.


    JOin Forces - Accelerate Progress
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    Exceptional keynote speakers

    Each Congress day will start with a plenary lecture that will gather all Congress participants in the auditorium to hear keynote addresses from world-class speakers. Find out who they are.

    This select-group of highly influential and prominent experts will cover advances in, and fresh perspectives on, prevention and screening, diagnosis and treatment, care and survivorship and innovat
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    The Big sCreen

    The Big sCreen is the ultimate ‘showcasing’ and ‘best practice sharing’ opportunity. 

    As part of the Big sCreen programme, UICC members and non-members alike, can have their material shown on a cinema-sized screen in front of an international audience from over 100

The Call for Late-breaking Abstracts is now open!

Do not miss the last opportunity to be part of the 2014 World Cancer Congress
Submit your Late-breaking Abstract NOW

Special discount still available

Register before 3 September and benefit from one of the several discounts available.
Do not miss the opportunity to attend the leading international conference on the latest information on global advances in cancer implementation science.


The 2014 World Cancer Congress will be held in conjunction with the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) Annual Scientific Meeting.