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You Don’t Want to Miss This Activity

The San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium® (SABCS®) is the premier conference in the U.S and the world designed to provide the latest on the experimental biology, etiology, prevention, diagnosis, and therapy of breast cancer and premalignant breast disease to health professionals, physicians and researchers. The SABS® is celebrating its 42nd anniversary in 2019.

This Best of SABCS® sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic Florida and endorsed by FLASCO allows professionals the opportunity to witness the highlights as originally presented at SABCS® 2019 in a one-day program. You will learn the current advances in research and state–of-the–art information on breast cancer that are changing clinical practice for the benefit of patients.

This program is the official Best of SABCS® in South Florida and will provide the latest update on imaging, surgery, local and systemic therapies surrounding HER2+, triple negative and BRCA-related breast cancer, and hormonal therapy, in addition to advances in molecular prediction models and survivorship.

This important educational activity also provides a forum for interaction between individuals involved with all aspects of breast cancer care and the opportunity to discuss research advances presented at SABCS® with colleagues and key opinion leaders.

By Attending, You Will Be Able To:

  • Report the most current information on breast cancer research presented at the SABCS® in December
  • Discuss the research and advances in breast cancer with colleagues and key opinion leaders
  • Integrate into clinical practice various evidence-based advances to management of persons with breast cancer as it relates to imaging, surgery and local and systemic therapies surrounding HER2+, triple negative breast cancer, hormonal therapy, locoregional advances, molecular predictions models and survivorship

Who Should Attend

This review course is directed primarily towards academic, physicians and researchers involved in breast cancer in medical, surgical, gynecologic, and radiation oncology, as well as other appropriate health care professionals.