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Mark Your Calendar: AACR Annual Meeting 2020 in San Diego, April 24-29


 

POSTPONED: The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) will host its 111th Annual Meeting, April 24-29, 2020, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.

The AACR Annual Meeting 2020 has an anticipated attendance of more than 24,000 scientists, clinicians, advocates, and others from around the world. With this year's theme, "Turning Science into Lifesaving Care," the scientific program includes an outstanding roster of world-class speakers, hundreds of invited talks, and more than 6,000 proffered papers. Presentations at the AACR Annual Meeting will span the entire field of cancer research, highlighting basic, translational, and clinical research on important topics such as immunotherapy, science policy, targeted therapy, artificial intelligence, liquid biopsy, early detection, cancer interception, prevention, survivorship, and cancer health disparities. View the AACR 2020 Annual Meeting program here.

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