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Clinical Congress 2022

Cancer Research Program Hosts Clinical Congress Didactic Course on Clinical Trials

September 20, 2022

Clinical trials are vital to the progress of surgical oncology, and you can learn how find success in a Didactic Course at Clinical Congress 2022. The ACS Cancer Research Program and Surgical Research Committee will sponsor DC06: Designing and Running a Prospective Surgical Clinical Trial 8:30am to 4:00pm PT on Sunday, October 16, at this year’s conference.

Chaired by Judy C. Boughey, MBBCh, BChir, FACS, and co-chaired by Kamal M. F. Itani, MD, FACS, this Postgraduate Course will review the methodology of design and implementation for surgeons interested in developing and leading a prospective trial. This course will include panel sessions and question and answer sessions throughout the day to encourage the active engagement of the attendees.

Separate registration is required for this and other Postgraduate Courses at Clinical Congress.

Make sure to forward this information to surgeons attending Clinical Congress who may be interested in becoming a part of growing high-quality cancer and surgery data.

For more information and to register for this course, visit the Clinical Congress 2022 website and contact cancerresearchprogram@facs.org.