3rd World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer (CoBrCa) 2017 Tokyo

  • Conference Call
  • We are pleased to announce that the 3rd World Con­gress on Con­tro­ver­sies in Breast Can­cer (CoBrCa) will be held in Tokyo, Japan on Octo­ber 2628, 2017 at Tora­nomon Hills.

    CoBrCa will con­tinue the tra­di­tion of directly address­ing the key issues fac­ing clin­i­cians in their daily prac­tice. In addi­tion to the key issues in med­ical oncol­ogy, surgery and radi­a­tion oncol­ogy, CoBrCa will address con­tro­ver­sial issues in radi­ol­ogy, pathol­ogy and recon­struc­tion, with pre­sen­ta­tions, debates and dis­cus­sions. The con­gress will pro­vide a forum to effec­tively debate unre­solved clin­i­cal and ther­a­peu­tic problems.


    • Bruce Mann, Australia
    • Javier Cortes, Spain
    • Richard De Boer, Australia
    • Alas­tair Thomp­son, USA
    • Seigo Naka­mura, Japan

    Con­gress Topics

    • Neoad­ju­vant therapy
    • Adju­vant endocrine therapy
    • Mol­e­c­u­lar assays
    • Triple neg­a­tive breast cancer
    • Endocrine resis­tance
    • Her2 pos­i­tive breast cancer
    • Immunother­apy
    • Breast imag­ing
    • Breast can­cer screening
    • Local and locore­gional therapy
    • Breast recon­struc­tion
    • Breast can­cer genetics
    • Breast can­cer 2025


    Young Sci­en­tist Award

    • Who is eli­gi­ble to enter? Physi­cians, sci­en­tists & researchers born in 1983 or after
    • What is this com­pe­ti­tion all about? The Sci­en­tific Com­mit­tee of the 3rd World Con­gress on Con­tro­ver­sies in Breast Can­cer (CoBrCa) invites young sci­en­tists and researchers to sub­mit their work and to join the Young Sci­en­tist Award competition.

    The winner(s) will receive a “cash prize” and the abstract will be pre­sented as an oral presentation.

    How do I enter?

    1. Sub­mit your abstract via the Con­gress web­site no later than July 12, 2017.
    2. Reg­is­ter and pay reg­is­tra­tion fees (If your abstract is selected as a win­ner, your full reg­is­tra­tion fees will be refunded).
    3. Include your date of birth dur­ing the reg­is­tra­tion process.

    Great! So what are the guide­lines for submitting?

    • Sub­mit­ters must be born in 1983 or after.
    • Sub­mit­ters must be the first author of the abstract.
    • Atten­dance at the Con­gress by the win­ner is manda­tory in order to receive and col­lect the award.
    • Winner(s) who can­cel for any rea­son will not be enti­tled to col­lect their award.
    • Note that abstracts sent by email or fax will auto­mat­i­cally be rejected.

    Best Poster Award

    All poster pre­sen­ta­tions are auto­mat­i­cally entered into the com­pe­ti­tion. The posters will be judged on site and the win­ner will receive a cash prize.

    Sci­en­tific Faculty

    • Ian Camp­bell, New Zealand
    • Abi­gail Suzanne Cau­dle, USA
    • Arlene Chan, Australia
    • San­joy Chat­ter­jee, India
    • Louis Chow, Hong Kong
    • Javier Cortes, Spain
    • Richard De Boer, Australia
    • Rebecca Dent, Singapore
    • David Dod­well, UK
    • Won­shik Han, Korea
    • Wolf­gang Janni, Germany
    • Stephen John­ston, UK
    • Sunil R. Lakhani, Australia
    • Ava Kwong, Hong Kong
    • Bruce Mann, Australia
    • Eliz­a­beth Mor­ris, USA
    • Stacy Moul­der, USA
    • Seigo Naka­mura, Japan
    • Raghu Ram, India
    • Alas­tair Thomp­son, USA
    • Sunil Verma, Canada
    • Jin Zhang, China
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    Conference Facts

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