Joint ECCO 17, 38th ESMO and 32nd ESTRO Multidisciplinary Congress

27 September-01 October, 2013
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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The European Cancer Congress 2013

The 17th ECCO – 38th ESMO – 32nd ESTRO European Cancer Congress is an ideal platform for consolidating expertise and resources across borders and speeding up the translation of discoveries into applications that impact healthcare delivery. Organised in partnership with ESSO 33, EACR, EONS and SIOPE, focus has been placed on enhancing the scientific excellence of the ECC 2013 programme to ensure it plays a pivotal role in facilitating these processes.

A record 38 percent increase has occurred in the number of abstracts submitted in comparison to the Stockholm Congress in 2011. With such record submissions, the Congress will play a pivotal role in establishing standards for the future in Europe.


ECC 2013 late-breaking abstract submission deadline

Submit your late-breaking abstract between 24 July and 7 August 21:00 CET, to avoid missing out on this ideal opportunity to present your work at the largest platform for practice-changing data in Europe.

As the largest multidisciplinary and multi-professional educational opportunity in oncology to take place in Europe, the 17th ECCO, 38th ESMO, 32nd ESTRO European Cancer Congress, in partnership with ESSO 33, EACR, SIOPE, EONS is a global platform for showcasing cutting-edge or late-breaking data that could potentially have a significant impact on the practice of oncology.

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Leaders in the field of oncology provide an insider’s view on the ECC 2013

In anticipation of the 17th ECCO, 38th ESMO, 32nd ESTRO European Cancer Congress to be held from 27 September to 1 October 2013, members of the Executive Committee and leaders in the field of oncology recently gathered together to discuss the scientific programme, highlighting areas of most appeal to their discipline or profession, as well as topics of wider appeal to a multi-professional audience at the ECC 2013. 

The panel made it clear that the Congress will play a pivotal role in establishing standards for the future in Europe and beyond, thanks to the powerful combination of seven senior organisations (ECCO, ESMO, ESTRO, ESSO, EACR, EONS and SIOPE) working together to reinforce the multidisciplinarity approach as optimal professional efficiency in practice.

Video participants:

  • Ian Banks, ECCO Patient Advisory Committee
  • Prof Martine Piccart, ESMO President
  • Prof Graeme Poston, ESSO President
  • Prof Cora Sternberg, Co-scientific Chair ECC 2013
  • Prof Vincenzo Valentini, ESTRO President
  • Prof Cornelis van de Velde, ECCO President
  • Prof John Yarnold, Co-scientific Chair ECC 2013

*Interviewed by Helen Saul, EJC News Reporter

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