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Here are a few of the latest society announcements:
Meet the candidates for the 2020 Council Election and read their personal statements. Online voting will be open from April 5 – May 5. Members with voting rights will receive an email with a link to the ballot. Check back here for more information on how to vote starting April 5th!
We are now expanding our Project ECHO Virtual Tumor Boards, extending an invitation to our members to come together to discuss gynecologic oncology cases with special considerations for COVID-19. We will host a series of virtual tumor boards in the coming weeks. The first will be held April 4 at 1:00 PM UTC.
The coronavirus continues to spread globally, we have compiled a list of resources related to cancer care, provider and practice preparedness and information in the news. Here, view a message from IGCS President, Prof. Roberto Angioli speaking about the Coronavirus from his office in Rome.
The Annual IGCS Distinguished Advocacy Award recognizes advocates and/or advocacy organizations that provide active, dedicated service to patients-survivors, families, caregivers, and communities—at a local, regional, or international level. Submit nominations through April 15th.
We are excited to announce that the IGCS Education Committee’s Work Group on Gynecologic Cancer has developed a new interactive learning feature that allows members to test their knowledge while reading select articles published in the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer.
We are currently accepting abstracts to be considered for oral or poster presentation at the IGCS Annual Global Meeting in Rome this September 10-12. All abstracts must be original work, and not previously published or orally presented at other scientific meetings.
Did you miss IGCS 2019 in Rio? Were you there and could not attend all the talks you wanted to? Like every meeting – there was an abundance of excellent presentations including new research, clinical trials and review sessions. This month we highlight two sessions from Rio which we hope you will find interesting and relevant to your practice.