Submit your abstracts for #SABCS21


The San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium is accepting abstracts for #SABCS21.

The 44th annual event will be Dec. 7-10 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. It will be the first-ever hybrid presentation of the Symposium with attendees able to participate in person or virtually.

“The goal is to make the experience equally riveting for both groups,” Director of Symposia Sharon Hill said.

Potential presenters have more than 100 subjects to choose from for their submissions. Categories include detection and diagnosis; treatment; radiation and surgical oncology; translational research; clinical trials; tumor cell and molecular biology; prognosis and predictive factors; pathology; epidemiology, risk and prevention; and more.

Abstracts must be written in English and submitted online. There is no limit to the number of abstracts submitted. There is no limit to the number of authors listed on an abstract. Additional information on abstract topics, guidelines, placeholder abstracts, and fees is available at this link. The deadline for submitting is July 9 at 5 p.m. Central Daylight Time.

More than 90 abstract reviewers from around the world will review more than 2,000 abstract submissions. The approved abstracts will provide content for the leading scientific conference in the ongoing fight against breast cancer and premalignant breast disease.

Registration for #SABCS21 is also open. Those who register and pay by Oct. 31 will receive a discount. Hotel information is here. People can register for the symposium here. Those wanting to attend in person must do so quickly as space is limited.

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