Liver cancer is one of the most common cancers globally. To bridge the geographic gap between scientists from multiple locations, speakers have been selected from around the world to share their basic and translational knowledge on liver cancer research.
With distinct differences in approaches to scientific investigation and clinical management of liver cancer, the scientists will discuss and develop collaborations to better investigate and manage liver cancer on a global scale.
Physicians, researchers, and medical students are encouraged to attend the Global Liver Cancer Conference to listen to the discussions about the basic medical sciences behind clinical liver cancer. The goal is to figure out better management of liver cancer in the future with early detection through biomarkers and targeted therapy.
Abstract submissions are being accepted. CME credit is available for the event.