While yet there is no simple solution to curing cancer, we do believe when we catch cancer early, we have a greater chance of beating it.
The Berlin Early Cancer Forum (E-C-Forum) bring together researchers, biotech professionals, physician-scientists and engineers in early detection from multiple disciplines to share groundbreaking research and progress in the field, explore the challenges and opportunities of emerging technologies for early cancer detection, screening, and precision diagnosis.
The Forum is open to everyone in the community. It will provide the attendees with a wide range of presentations of preclinical, translational and clinical studies on all aspects of research. Focus areas cover both theory and practice from fundamental discovery to translation of novel early cancer detection and prognostication strategies. It will also become an opportunity to showcase novel approaches, new tools, smarter and more reliable methods that could be relevant to clinical problems.
This two-day international forum featured interactive case discussions, educational sessions and oral abstract sessions highlighting the most current, evidence-based practices. It’s also an excellent opportunity to keep yourself updated with the latest trends, launched new collaboration, and reconnect with your colleagues.
Harnack-Haus Tagungsstätte der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften e. V.