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In recognition of his pioneering work on the interplay between ER and HER2 signaling, Dr. Osborne will be the special guest at this symposium bearing his name. Speakers will explore what is known about the crosstalk between these signaling pathways, how it takes place, and the latest evidence on the most effective therapies for patients…
In the first of two new ‘Controversies’ sessions at SABCS 2022, Lisa Carey, MD, ScM, FASCO, will lead discussions by experts on three important topics in breast cancer clinical care.
Aditya Bardia, MD, MPH, will moderate this year’s Clinical Research Workshop. Among the presentations, Dawn L. Hershman, MD, MS, will discuss drug adherence in clinical trials.
SABCS offers attendees the option to participate in person in San Antonio or virtually from anywhere in the world. Special early-bird pricing is available for both in-person and virtual registrations until October 31.
SABCS Program Planning Committee members Sibylle Loibl, MD, PhD, and Fabrice André, MD, PhD, talk about what they are most looking forward to at SABCS 2022.
In addition to a cutting-edge scientific program, SABCS 2022 will offer attendees a variety of opportunities to engage, interact, and network with speakers, exhibitors, and one another.
From the latest clinical trial results to the newest therapies finding their way to the clinic, the SABCS 2022 scientific program showcases the most important and most impactful clinical advances in breast cancer treatment.
Patient advocate and SABCS Program Planning Committee member Thelma Brown, BSc, talks about what she’s looking forward to at SABCS 2022 and why you will not want to miss this year’s meeting.
Regular abstract submission has closed, but there is still time to submit late-breaking abstracts for consideration. The deadline to submit a late-breaking abstract is September 30.
While SABCS 2022 registration will once again feature a virtual option for those who can’t make it to San Antonio, there is no substitute for the in-person experience.