Mortality from breast cancer is declining in most countries thanks to effective screening programs, early diagnosis, molecular characterization of the different subtypes and biology-driven treatments. A multidisciplinary management of breast cancer patients is therefore the key to success and a breast multidisciplinary team should include – besides the “classic” clinical specialties – pathologists, molecular biologists and geneticists. Furthermore, the availability of multiple diagnostic and therapeutic choices, the increasing costs of new technologies and drugs and the issue of sustainability represent a new challenge for socially-responsible clinicians. With this goal in mind, the Programme includes lectures on molecular characterization, updated treatments of early and advanced disease, management of difficult cases and hereditary syndromes and issues of sustainability and drug access across countries.
Target Audience of the Course
Gynaecologists and obstetrics
30th September 14:30 – 17:30 | 1st October 10.00 – 12:00 & 14:30 – 18:10
The in-class course will take place at the venue specified underneath. Please note that due to COVID mitigation measures, the availability of places for the in-presence course is limited.
The in-class course, with the participation of speakers connected from various countries and local speakers present at the meeting venue, is addressed primarily to Italian participants. The official language of the course is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided.
Please note that AIBCC 2021 can be followed also as a LIVE Webinar
The LIVE Webinar will allow participants to attend to AIBCC 2021 from anywhere in the world.
The LIVE Webinar, with the participation of speakers connected from various countries, is addressed to both Italian and foreign participants. The official language of the course is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided.
To follow the webinar, participants will need a good quality internet connection and a device (PC, Smartphone, Tablet) capable of running a recent Internet browser (e.g. any updated version of Chrome or Firefox).