SG-BCC 2021: Join us for the big finale!
Oh how time flies – with only one final day to go and halfway through the St.Gallen International Breast Cancer Consensus on the optimal treatment of women with early breast cancer we would like to thank all of our participants for their active participation over the last couple of days!
Our first ever virtual conference has thus far been full of highlights:
- More than 1350 participants joined us for the first part of the consensus session yesterday
- 510 questions were asked by our delegates during the live discussion sessions and first part of the consensus session
- and over 70 faculty members connected virtually to lecture and to discuss very specific treatment issues for women with early breast cancer
Preview to our final day:
Don’t miss the 2021 St.Gallen International Breast Cancer Award Lecture by Philip Poortmans on the contribution of radiotherapy to personalised care of patients with early breast cancer at 13.30 hours (CET), right before the start of part II of our consensus live session!
Join part two of the consensus session and have your question answered by the panel!
Your Virtual SG-BCC 2021 Organising Team