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Start date
07 Oct 2021
End date
09 Oct 2021

MAP is the leading global meeting dedicated to understanding molecular developments that can help in making cancer treatment more personalised.

The 2021 edition of the congress focused on the molecular characterisation and clonal evolution of solid tumours, mechanisms driving tumour expansion, metastatic dissemination and the complex cross talk between malignancy, microenvironment and host, as well as on immuno-oncology and new targetable regulators.

MAP is an annual appointment for every cancer researcher, basic, translational or clinical, willing to investigate cancer complexity and understand more about the mechanisms behind it.

MAP Organising Partners
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Meeting Resources

Online scientific and educational resources from the Molecular Analysis for Precision Oncology Virtual Congress 2021

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The MAP 2021 Congress programme is now online!

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The abstract submission system is now closed.

Virtual Lounge Discussions

Virtual Lounge Discussions

Virtual Lounges are virtual networking areas where you can meet peers and experts during breaks and outside official programme times.

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Social Media

Follow #MAP2021 on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.

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Get in touch with the organisers of MAP 2021 Virtual

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