17th ECCO - 38th ESMO - 32nd ESTRO European Cancer Congress (ECC 2013)
27 Sep 2013
Amsterdam RAI, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The ECCO - ESMO - ESTRO European Cancer Congress is the premier cancer congress in Europe.
Recognised impact: This series of congresses represents the largest European platform for presenting the latest, ground-breaking data, with a late-breaking submission policy to capture even more practice-changingabstracts.
Global visibility: Building on past successes and widespread international
coverage garnered by previous Congresses, the Congress in Amsterdam
promises an even stronger media campaign to increase exposure.
No limits: The European Cancer Congress is without boundaries. A record number of participants from 110 countries attended Stockholm. ECCO 17 - ESMO 38 - ESTRO 32 will continue this trend to advance multidisciplinarity throughout Europe and beyond.
Top quality content: The comprehensive Scientific Programme of excellence is being devised based on your input and feedback by leading scientific experts in our field, ensuring exceptional quality and educational opportunity.
Widespread appeal: The wide-ranging Scientific Tracks guarantee a multidisciplinary and multi professional appeal unique to the European Cancer Congress, creating a level playing field for all stakeholders in oncology.
Continued education: The European Cancer Congress is the largest CME ACOE Accredited event in Europe, guaranteeing high quality and unbiased educational activities. The credits gained are recognised by most national CME authorities in Europe.
Tackling challenging issues: Our Congress is the only European cancer meeting to promote and foster continued improvement at EU level through a dedicated Oncopolicy Track, specifically tailored to address issues of prime importance to the European cancer community head-on.
Mixing new & old: The 17 th ECCO - 38 th ESMO - 32 nd ESTRO European Cancer
Congress will also incorporate the usual favourites including the not-to-be-missed legendary oxford style debates, educational symposia, the highly topical teaching lectures and much more.
Host city Amsterdam is one of the greatest small cities in the world. From its charming canals and world-famous museums, to its diverse culture, famous nightlife, and good transport system, the capital of the Netherlands is one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in Europe.