POSTPONED: MASCC/ISOO 2020 ANNUAL MEETING IN SEVILLE, SPAIN

March 20, 2020:

Dear Colleague,

The 2020 MASCC/ISOO Annual Meeting is postponed to 24-26 June 2021 in the same location – Seville, Spain.

This postponement is due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has significantly worsened since our last communication. It takes into account the health and safety of attendees, as well as the border closures and travel restrictions that are currently in place. The decision is based on consultation between the MASCC Executive Committee, the MASCC Board, ISOO, and our conference organizers MCI.

We will email registered delegates, invited speakers, and sponsors with additional details within 30 days. For all bookings/payments made through the meeting website (registration, hotel, workshops, dinner, content capture), delegates will be given the option to have these bookings automatically transferred to the June 2021 meeting or to request a refund. We will give you a few months to make that decision. All accepted abstracts will be honored for the June 2021 meeting. You will also have the option to update or withdraw your submitted abstract.

Please change or cancel any travel or hotel arrangements you have made independently. Most airlines are currently waiving change fees and providing a full credit for tickets that normally do not allow changes.

As you may know, our 2021 meeting was originally planned for Yokohama, Japan, as a joint meeting with the Japanese Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (JASCC). We are very thankful to our partners at JASCC for their understanding of this situation; we plan to hold the meeting in Japan in another year. The 2022 meeting is still planned for Toronto.

Thank you for your patience and understanding. We hope to see you in Seville next year!

Rajesh V. Lalla,

Rajesh V. Lalla, DDS, PhD

MASCC President

 Andrew Davies, FRCP

Annual Meeting Chair

Deborah Saunders, DMD

ISOO President

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Abstracts opening in October 2020

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Join us in Seville to experience the beating cultural heart of the Iberian nation

The Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) is a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to research and education of supportive care professionals worldwide. the mission of MASCC is to improve the supportive care of people with cancer, from diagnosis, through treatment and survival, to end of life…

The MASCC/ISOO Annual Meeting, taking place in Seville on 24-26 June 2021, is the foremost international and multidisciplinary conference on Supportive Care in cancer. It covers the entire spectrum of problems experienced by patients as a result of cancer as well as cancer treatment.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:

Submissions opening in October 2020

EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION:

To be announced

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MEETING THEMES

Bioethics  •  Cardio-oncology  •  Models of Supportive Care

Digital Health •  Cancer Survivorship

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Meet the Experts

Hear from some of the world’s leading experts in Supportive Cancer Care

Joint Sessions

Industry Symposia

An opportunity to meet industry experts that will share their new developments in the field

REASONS TO ATTEND

  • Get the latest cancer care updates while also discussing the current medical issues in patients’ health
  • Collaborative discussions and interactive sessions between leading physicians, attendees and industry
  • Your chance to network and learn from your peers and the leading clinicians and researchers of our time
  • Social programs and session breaks to meet international colleagues
  • Awards and scholarships recognizing young investigators

Seville is the capital of Andalusia, a historic region in Southern Spain. It’s famous for flamenco dancing, particularly in its Triana neighborhood and the tasteful gastronomy at every corner of the city.

Seville has excellent road, rail and air communications for quick and convenient access to the city by whichever means of transport you choose.

Fibes, is the conference and exhibition centre in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. MASCC 2020 will take place at FIBES I the main building of the complex.