The 2020 Annual ARS meeting is the 102nd meeting of the organization; to celebrate this monumental event, the theme is “The PROs of Digital Health in Engaging our Patients”. An expert group of thought leaders in several oncology disciplines comprise the Scientific Program Committee. They decide on “targets of opportunity” regarding panel topics/compositions and content of the post-graduate course by reviewing past topics of meetings as well as reviewing evaluation forms from past meetings. The multidisciplinary character of the meeting is preserved.
The 102nd ARS Annual Meeting abstract/poster session is a forum for presenting clinical, translational, and basic research. Topics include:
• Biology • Breast Cancer • CNS Tumors & Functional Disorders • Gastrointestinal Cancer • Genitourinary Cancer • Gynecological Cancer • Head and Neck Cancer/ Skin Cancer • Lung Cancer • Lymphoma • Metastases • Pediatric Cancer/ Sarcoma • Physics/Imaging • Quality of Life/Outcomes/Digital Health • Miscellaneous Cancer Topics
Abstract presenters may select from “oral or poster” or “poster only” for presentation. They are encouraged to submit presentations for both options. All abstracts will be reviewed and scored; invitations will be sent for either oral presentation or poster presentation. There are two award categories for meeting attendees: Young Oncologist Essay Awards and Travel Awards. These are designed for trainees; while an abstract for presentation is required, additional supporting documentation is needed for these awards see section on Young Oncologist Essay Awards and Travel Grants). Accepted abstracts will be published in the online version of The Red Journal.
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