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European Cancer Congress 2015
Start date
25 Sep 2015
End date
29 Sep 2015
Vienna, Austria

The European Cancer Congress (ECC 2015) combined the efforts of the most important European oncology professionals with the aim of improving the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care of cancer patients. Partner organisations included: ECCO, ESMO, ESTRO, ESSO, EACR, EONS and SIOPE representing a multidisciplinary approach to cancer treatment and care.

ESMO @ ECC 2015 News

Catch up on all the news, press releases and video commentaries published during the congress.

Congress photos are on our Facebook page

We were adding photographs to our Facebook page during the congress. Take a look at them here!


After 3 years slides and webcasts are no longer considered current. There are therefore no resources associated with this event.

News & Press


Catch up on all the news, press and video commentaries published during ECC 2015

ESMO lounge & booth

ESMO Booth & Lounge

Want to learn more about us? Drop by the ESMO booth. Or, if you're an ESMO member, join us in the lounge

ESMO Pocket Guidelines 2015

New ESMO Publications

Find out more about the latest ESMO publications and where you can pick up your copies

European Cancer Congress 2015

ESMO Society Session

Join us at ECC 2015 for the ESMO Society Session: Monday 28 September, 16:45-18:45, Hall A5

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