2020: A Time of Hope in Lung Cancer
On behalf of Scientific Committee Co-Chairs Prof. Kwun Fong and A/Prof. Tom John are delighted to invite you to attend the 8th biennial Australian Lung Cancer Conference (ALCC) in vibrant Melbourne, Australia.
For the first time, the ALCC will join forces with the Australasian Lung Cancer Trials Group Annual Scientific Meeting (ALTG-ASM) and the Australia and New Zealand Lung Cancer Nurses Forum (ANZ-LCNF) to deliver a comprehensive three-day program that will engage and unite the lung cancer community like never before.
Aligned to the recommendations of Making a Lung Cancer a Fair Fight: A BluePrint for Reform report, the ALCC program features national and international leaders from across the lung cancer community including science and research, respiratory medicine, medical-oncology, radiation-oncology, radiology, pathology, nursing, allied health and primary care.
The theme, 2020: A Time of Hope in Lung Cancer is designed to highlight the significant advancements in lung cancer treatment and unite the lung cancer community in working to achieve developments in research, treatment and care, and policy for the future.
ALCC 2020 welcomes consumer advocates with an interest in lung cancer science and research.
|Consumer Advocate registration open||Wednesday 6 November 2019|
|Early bird registration close||Thursday 19 December 2019|
|Standard registration starts||Friday 20 December 2019|
|Abstract close (extended)||Friday 30 November 2019|
|Successful abstract notification||Friday 10 January 2020|
Lung Foundation Australia
Who We Are
As Australia’s leading lung health charity, Lung Foundation Australia funds life-changing research and programs to reduce the prevalence of lung disease and cancer, and improve support and care for all Australians.
Our mission is to ensure lung health is a priority for all – from promoting lung health and early diagnosis, to supporting people with lung disease. We champion equitable access to treatment and care, and support health professionals through education and resources.
We stand for compassion, respect and collaboration, and we are fuelled by courage and driven by hope for change.
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