Learn about the latest advances in cancer care at Clinical Congress

American College of Surgeons (ACS) Cancer Programs will offer a range of educational sessions at Clinical Congress. Scheduled programming is as follows:


11:30 am−1:00 pm

Panel Session: Multidisciplinary Management of Breast Cancer

Moscone Center South, 205−208, 213−216

2:30−4:00 pm

Panel Session: Clinical Trials in Personalized Medicine in Oncology

Moscone Center South, 160


7:00 am−4:00 pm

Special Interest Session: Cracking 
the Code to Clinical Trial Enrollment: How to Start and Who Can Help
Moscone Center North, 113−114

8:00–9:30 am

Panel Session: Management of Peritoneal Malignancies: Emerging Data in Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC) and Other Strategies
Moscone Center South, 158

9:45−11:15 am

Panel Session: Optimizing Outcomes of Rectal Cancer in 2019
Moscone Center West, 3014−3018

9:45−11:15 am

Panel Session: Gastric and Gastroesophageal Junction Cancer: Latest Advances
Moscone Center South, 205−208, 213−216

12:45−2:15 pm
Panel Session: Management of the Nodal Basin in the Melanoma Patient
Moscone Center South, 154


9:45–11:15 am

Panel Session: Immunotherapy in the Treatment of Solid Tumors: Emerging Roles of the Surgeon
Moscone Center South, 301–302

11:30 am−12:30 pm

Special Session: Cancer Surgery and Quality of Care Standards
Moscone Center West, 3014−3018

11:30 am−12:30 pm

Meet-the-Expert Session: Improving Outcomes in Bladder Cancer Surgery: Important Advances in Care
Moscone Center South, 105

12:45−1:45 pm

Commission on Cancer Oncology Lecture: Pancreatic Cancer: Progress and Prospects
Moscone Center West, 3014−3018

2:30−4:00 pm

Panel Session: What’s New in the Management of Pancreatic Cancer?
Moscone Center West, 3014−3018

To learn more about ACS Cancer Programs, visit ACS Central in the Moscone Center South, Halls ABC.