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Conference Report

Highlights from the 10th Breast, Gynaecological and Immunotherapy International Cancer Conference (BGICC), 18–19 January 2018, Cairo, Egypt

During the 10th Breast, Gynaecological and Immunotherapy International Cancer Conference (BGICC), which was held on 18 and 19 of January, 2018, in Cairo, Egypt, around 100 international, regional and national experts presented the latest updates in breast cancer, gynaecological cancers and immunotherapy in oncology. Through this report, we will try to highlight the important data and consensus issues that were discussed during the conference.

Keywords: Breast Cancer, gynaecological cancer, immunotherapy, BGICC, BGICS

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