ESMO - European Society for Medical Oncology
ESMO is the leading professional organisation for medical oncology. With 18,000 members representing oncology professionals from over 150 countries worldwide, ESMO is the society of reference for oncology education and information. ESMO is committed to offer the best care to people with cancer, through fostering integrated cancer care, supporting oncologists in their professional development, and advocating for sustainable cancer care worldwide.
Founded in 1975, ESMO has European roots with a global reach. Home for all oncology stakeholders, ESMO connects professionals with diverse expertise and experience. Its education and information resources support an integrated multi-professional approach to cancer care, from a medical oncology perspective. ESMO seeks to erase boundaries in cancer care, whether between countries or specialities, and pursue its mission across oncology, worldwide.
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AACR - American Association for Cancer Research
The mission of the AACR is to prevent and cure cancer through research, education, communication, and collaboration. The AACR fosters research in cancer and related biomedical science; accelerates the
dissemination of new research findings among scientists and others dedicated to the conquest of cancer; promotes science education; and advances the understanding of cancer etiology, prevention, diagnosis,
and treatment worldwide.
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AERIO - French Association of Residents in Oncology
AERIO is the French National Association for residents in Medical Oncology. Our main goal is to promote medical education actions for our members and support clinical research made by residents in the field of oncology.
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AIOM - Associazione Italiana di Oncologia Medica
The Italian Association of Medical Oncology was established in 1973.
AIOM’s purpose is to bring together specialists in Medical Oncology and to promote progress in the clinical, experimental and social welfare fields, experimental and clinical research, primary prevention, secondary prevention, the quality of oncological treatments, therapeutic continuity by means of guidelines for anti-cancer medical therapy, interdisciplinary activities, rehabilitation, etc.
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ASCO - American Society of Clinical Oncology
ASCO Has What You Need. Visit the ASCO Stand to learn about the value of membership, explore lifelong learning products from ASCO University, and discover ASCO’s quality program initiatives, including the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI), QOPI Certification, and the Quality Training Program (QTP). Join ASCO onsite and receive a free gift along with immediate access to member benefits, including 20% off educational products.
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BSMO - Belgian Society of Medical Oncology
BSMO, the Belgian Society of Medical Oncology, unites Belgian physicians specialized in the treatment of cancer. Comprising more than 230 active members, BSMO is committed to developing the specialty of Medical Oncology in the country, both professionally and scientifically, by promoting best practices in education and training for oncology specialists, disseminating scientific knowledge, supporting the research.
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DGHO - German Society for Haematology and Medical Oncology
ÄYA - Deutsche Stiftung für junge Erwachsene mit Krebs
The German Society for Hematology and Medical Oncology (DGHO) is a scientific organization wich is specialized in research, diagnosis and treatment of hematological and oncological diseases. The DGHO enables scientific exchange at national and international congresses and encourages members, fellow societies etc. to co-operate in a multidisciplinary approach. The DGHO practices quality assurance, e. g. by the certification of oncological centers and the development of guidelines.
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DSKO - Danish Society of Clinical Oncology
DSKO – Danish Society of Clinical Oncology – is the national society in Denmark for doctors and other academics interested in the medical sciences of clinical oncology. The main objectives are to facilitate research and education in all areas of medical oncology and radiotherapy.
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EACR - European Association for Cancer Research
The European Association for Cancer Research is Europe’s professional member association for cancer researchers with over 10,000 members in 101 countries. We provide a wide variety of services to our community of members, organise scientific conferences of the highest quality, and facilitate communication and collaboration within the cancer research community.
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EORTC - European Organisation for the Research and Treatment of Cancer
The European Organisation for the Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) unites cancer clinical research experts to define better treatments for cancer patients to prolong survival and improve quality of life. Both international and multidisciplinary, EORTC’s Network comprises over 5500 collaborators involved in cancer treatment and research in more than 930 institutions across 27 countries. Through translational and clinical research, EORTC offers an integrated approach to therapeutic strategies, drug evaluation programs, survivorship issues, and quality of life. EORTC Headquarters, a unique international clinical research infrastructure, is based in Brussels, Belgium, from where its various activities are coordinated and run.
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ESGO - European Society of Gynaecological Oncology
Founded in 1983, the European society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO) is a leading not-for profit organisation and forum of more than 3,400 professionals, dedicated to improving the health and well-being of European women with gynaecological cancers through prevention, excellence in care, high quality research and education.
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ESO - European School of Oncology
The European School of Oncology was founded in 1982, with the aim of contributing to the reduction of deaths from cancer due to late diagnosis and/or inadequate treatment. Leading oncologists from around the world played a key role in founding of the School. Now, after more than 35 years, ESO is the oldest and most structured organisation exclusively dedicated to increasing the knowledge of health professionals in all fields of cancer medicine, under the auspices of an international scientific committee and advisory board.
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HeSMO - Hellenic Society of Medical Oncology
The Hellenic Society of Medical Oncology (HeSMO), is a nonprofit scientific organization and its scope is the advancement of the discipline of Clinical Oncology in Hellas (Greece). HeSMO was founded in 1985 to promote and foster the exchange of current information and ideas relating to clinical research, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Among its high priority goals, is the provision of enhanced educational opportunities for physicians treating cancer patients, in Hellas (Greece).
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ISCORT - Israeli Society for Clinical Oncology and Radiation Therapy
ISCORT represents 240 oncologists who work in 8 cancer centers with both medical oncology and radiotherapy departments, and ten additional centers with medical oncology departments. ISCORT is responsible for the residency program and for qualification exams in Oncology & Radiotherapy. The ISCORT presents the recommendations to the national health basket committee about new technology and drug. ISCORT has been worked to increase the number of oncology staff.
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JSMO - Japanese Society of Medical Oncology
JSMO was founded in 2002, and the number of our members is now about over 9,100. JSMO’s activities include an annual scientific meeting, educational seminars, publication of textbooks/guidelines, and certification of medical oncologists. JSMO has also been expanding international collaborations with various overseas societies to standardize global oncology care and promote innovative oncology researches.
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LiSMO - Lithuanian Society for Medical Oncology
Established in 2000 Lithuanian Society for Medical Oncology (LiSMO) is the only one professional medical oncology society in Lithuania; currently unites nearly 100 practitioners. Society is actively involved in training, education, clinical research, expert activities.
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MASCC - Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer
Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) is a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to research and education of supportive care professionals worldwide. Our mission is to improve the supportive care of people with cancer, from diagnosis, through end of life. MASCC provides practice resources, guidelines and the Supportive Care in Cancer journal.
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MOT - Hungarian Oncological Association
The Hungarian Society of Oncologists (MOT) is celebrating the 60th anniversary of its establishment. MOT is the largest society in Hungary encompassing four sections and counting over 1150 members from all oncology related disciplines. Recently MOT joined forces with the Hungarian Association for Medical Oncology. This merger will further strengthen medical oncology, which represents the main scientific platform within MOT.
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PTOK - Polish Society of Clinical Oncology
Polish Society of Clinical Oncology established in 1996 is based in Warsaw Institute – Oncology Center. Concentrates its activities on science and education within multidisciplinary oncology environment.Focuses on Oncology Patients’ Education Program and mobile applications for physicians. Publisher of “Oncology in Clinical Practice” journal; organizer of several congresses, conferences, workshops and courses every year. Cooperates with ESMO and ASCO.
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RUSSCO - Russian Society of Clinical Oncology
RUSSCO is a professional cancer society with mission to advance cancer treatment and cure. The organization represents the leading authority within Russian Federation and C.I.S. on education and research. Over 3,000 medical professionals have joined its ranks and help to create forward-looking solutions for continuous improvement, professional growth and knowledge sharing. The Society held 77 events around Russia last year. Annual Russian National Cancer Congress has become a major and most attended meeting for oncologists and for translational researcher across the country. XXII Congress will be held in Moscow on 13-15 November 2018. RUSSCO has several special programs such as a “National program of identification of target mutations for personalized cancer treatment” or "PD-L1 testing in patients with lung cancer". Website of RUSSCO (RosOncoWeb) has been online for 20 years and takes top position in cancer Runet.
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SBOC - Brazilian Society of Clinical Oncology
The Brazilian Society of Clinical Oncology (SBOC) is the national Society that represents Brazilian clinical oncologists worldwide. Founded in 1981, it acts on several fronts as an incentive to training and research, continuing education, health policies, professional defense, national and international relations. Our vision is to be innovator and active in the promotion and progress of Clinical Oncology in Brazil.
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SIOP Europe – the European Society for Paediatric Oncology
The European Society for Paediatric Oncology (SIOP Europe), is the only pan-European organisation representing all professionals working in the field of childhood cancers.
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SMeO - Mexican Society of Clinical Oncology
We are a Mexican non-profit Multidisciplinary Association dedicated to promoting, disseminating scientific advances and the teaching of oncology in all its branches at the highest scientific level, with a sense of humanistic commitment; attending the academic and specialization needs demanded by public health.
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SOS - Slovak Oncology Society
Slovak Oncology Society (S.O.S.) was founded in 1969 as successor to a group of doctors taking care for cancer patients from 1959. The Society has 600 members. Most members of the society are medical oncologist, although it is open for any professionals involved in the management of cancer. The scope of the society is to spread knowledge connecting drug therapy of malignant diseases including up to date information about efficacy, possible side effects and their management, S.O.S. is the organizer of several congresses, conferences, workshops and courses every year. Cooperates with ESMO and ASCO.
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SPO - Portuguese Oncology Society
The Portuguese Society of Oncology is a medical association for the study and investigation in Oncology. We promote technical courses, scientific events and investigation programs for all professionals in Oncology. These activities allow improvement in very important skills that enhances a better clinic practice. Every year we promote an annual meeting for discussion of the latest news in Oncology.
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TSMO - Turkish Society for Medical Oncology
Turkish Society of Medical Oncology (TSMO) is the major player in various training activities and research in oncology in Turkey. It has influence on the government established cancer care policy, press releases for important public cancer problems, for instructions and regulations against medical oncologists rights. The society also gives young oncologists the opportunity to attend international courses and take part in international research studies.
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