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Click on the links below to access the satellite invitations. The following satellites are listed in alphabetical order (by company).

Achieving new standards in bone metastases treatment

Personalising medicine for GI cancers

HER2-targeted therapy for metastatic breast cancer: A multidisciplinary approach

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New evidence, new standards? Redefining treatment selection in mRCC

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Managing GI malignancies with targeted therapeutics; focus on NET, GIST, and HCC

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Targeting advanced breast cancer at the molecular level – translating emerging data into clinical practice

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Timely interventions in metastatic RCC: Treatment choices in an intricate landscape

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Beyond convention: New perspectives in NSCLC

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Clinical advances in HER2-positive breast cancer: Overcoming challenges with patients in mind

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Individualised treatment strategies to maximise survival in mCRC

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Integrating bevacizumab into clinical practice in ovarian cancer

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Personalising therapy in metastatic melanoma

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Turning today’s challenges in tomorrow’s success

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