Register now for the January 25, 2020 Breast Cancer Survivor/Advocate Review Meeting. Register on or before January 16th to receive additional educational material to prepare in advance.
Fifth Annual Wisconsin Review of the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
Breast cancer survivors and advocates are invited to attend the Fifth Annual Wisconsin Review of the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) at the Pfister Hotel on Saturday, January 25, 2020. Registration and breakfast 7:00-8:00 AM. Program 8:00 AM-12:15 PM. The San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, held in San Antonio, Texas over the past 40 years, is the premier conference for innovative breast cancer research from around the world.
The program agenda for the local conference includes broad topics related to breast cancer. Each speaker will address several research projects presented in San Antonio this year that fit within these broad topics and will include: Triple Negative Breast Cancer, Advances in HER2-Positive Breast Cancer and Localized Therapy: Breast Surgery and more.
For more information about online registration, the program and speakers at the local conference on January 25th, please go to www.waho-wisconsin.com.
If you missed the recent SABCS in San Antonio, Texas or have never attended one, this conference is an opportunity you should consider attending. Registration is complimentary.
Register today! Don’t miss this opportunity to hear renowned breast cancer experts review some of the most innovative research presented in San Antonio.
Survivor/Advocate Review Meeting
Survivors and advocates who attend the morning program are invited to register for the Survivor/Advocate lunch meeting at the Pfister Hotel, hosted by the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition. Christopher R. Chitambar, MD, FACP, a renowned breast cancer expert from the Medical College of Wisconsin, will serve as facilitator for this small group meeting. Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions about the morning presentations and discuss research that holds the most promise from the patient’s perspective and key takeaways from the morning session. A networking session will be available at the conclusion of the meeting.
NEW! The Advocate Perspective on the 2019 SABCS. The program this year will include report(s) from advocate(s) who attended the most recent SABCS in San Antonio, Texas, followed by a discussion on topics of interest and importance to advocates – topics that span the spectrum of breast cancer research presented at the symposium in San Antonio, Texas. The discussion will end with the question: Can advocates help shape the research agenda and if so, how?
Registration is now available online and is complimentary.
REGISTRATION: Survivor/Advocate Lunch Meeting
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