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ESMO Congress 2022

09 - 13 Sep 2022

Paris, France


Resources are available according to the presenters' agreement to release them. ESMO thanks the authors for their generosity.

Abstracts and ePosters are open access.
Slides and webcasts are reserved to registered Delegates (6 months). ESMO Members will get access on 13 Dec 2022 for 5 years.

Understanding the disease to provide better CARE for #cancer patients

Practice changing data and high quality education in more than 20 tracks covering all tumour types, therapeutic innovations, translational research, patient advocacy, public policy, and more...

Congress coverage: Expert video reports  |  Highlight videos  |  News articles 

Quick access to special sessions

Open access - Clinical Practice Guidelines session 1 (eBC, CUP, Biliary tract)

Open access - Clinical Practice Guidelines session 2 (Bladder, CNS Lymphoma, mNSCLC)

ESMO Colloquia

Satellite webcasts from our Industry partners

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Presentation of case/condition 

Presenter: Carlos Barrios

Session: Oligometastatic disease and oligoprogression in breast cancer




Presentation of case/condition 

Presenter: Omid Hamid

Session: Molecular tumor boards: Challenges in identifying personalised treatments for melanoma patients




Presentation by Expert

Presenter: Nick Turner

Session: How can we use ctDNA for early detection of cancer?




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