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Start date
14 Oct 2022
End date
16 Oct 2022
Location
Amsterdam, Netherlands

MAP is the leading global meeting dedicated to precision oncology, defined as molecular profiling of tumours to identify targetable alterations. This oncology field is fast evolving and has now entered the mainstream of clinical practice.

At MAP 2022, international key opinion leaders will explain how to use genomic data for treating cancer patients, matching such data to a specific drug or therapy, based on the genetic drivers detected in the patients’ tumours, and they will debate about the future challenges in precision oncology.

The innovative, LIVE Plus, Congress format will offer participants the option to attend in person, in Amsterdam, or online, through a virtual platform, from 14 to 16 October 2022.

The MAP Congress is the result of a solid partnership among Cancer Research UK (CRUK), the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) and Unicancer, all committed to offering the best care to people with cancer worldwide, through oncology education and research.

Venue

The Congress will take place at the Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage, Damrak 243, Amsterdam

Organisation

MAP Congress Team
c/o ESMO Head Office
Via Ginevra 4
6900 Lugano
Switzerland
map@esmo.org

MAP Organising Partners
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