World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer (CoBRA) is a concept congress dealing with controversial topics in breast cancer in the format of debates and discussions.
Congresses are numerous, but few address the key issues facing clinicians in their daily practice. New information is often presented, but rarely in a form that is ready for use and the gap between theory and practice is not always addressed. The CoBRA congress will be different. It will deal with controversial issues in aspects of breast cancer care, with presentations, debates and discussions. The congress will provide a forum for key opinion leaders to effectively debate unresolved clinical and therapeutic dilemmas.
We expect strong support from academic and community breast cancer clinicians from Australia and the wider region.
The faculty will include speakers from North America, Europe and Asia, as well as strong local and national leaders. The scientific program will include a range of topics.
Physicians and Scientists - Early Fee: AUD 630
Physicians and Scientists - Late fee: AUD 730
Physicians and Scientists - Last minute fee: AUD 830
Nurses, Students, Residents - Early fee: AUD 460
Nurses, Students, Residents - Late fee: AUD 560
Nurses, Students, Residents - Last minute fee: AUD 660
Speakers: see website for complete faculty list
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