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Approximately 1 in 3 of all breast cancers will metastasise, meaning the cancer has spread to other parts of the body. Just as a GPS guidance system helps you...
Held every year in the heart of Europe, Brussels, the IMPAKT Breast Cancer Conference brings together breast cancer researchers, clinicians and other medical professionals focused on breast cancer, to advance the implementation of new discoveries into clinical practice.
The conference is particularly beneficial to young scientists and oncologists, who have the opportunity to interact with leaders in breast cancer research and treatment.
Checkpoint inhibitors make headlines with promising new data in cancer treatment on an almost daily basis, especially in melanoma and lung cancer. But what role are they - and other forms of immunotherapy - expected to play in breast cancer and why does progress appear to be slower than for some other tumours?
Several of BIG's trials are considered to be landmark, introducing particularly innovative designs, contributing to significant breakthroughs, or paving the way towards more personalised treatment of the disease.
Finding a cure for breast cancer is one of the biggest challenges faced by researchers from around the world.
Significant progress has been made to improve both the chances of survival and the quality of life of women affected by the disease. However, breast cancer remains the second most common cancer in the world and is still responsible for too many deaths annually.
By bringing together the top breast cancer experts from around the world to conduct innovative research, BIG has the global reach and expertise required to find a cure. We need to support such critical research to give hope to women affected by this devastating disease, and their families.
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