Over 600 health professionals and researchers are expected to attend, including primary care physicians, specialist physicians, laboratory researchers, nurses and genetic counselors who are interested in furthering their knowledge in the field of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.

The program responds to the needs and interests of clinical researchers and specialists in the field, as well as those of primary care providers who want to know more about how to evaluate their patients, and to whom to refer them.

This Lounge will host text chats, video chats, self-care activities, live music, etc.

Global Reach

Geographic Profile

  • 48% are from Canada
  • 28% are from U.S.A.
  • 15% are from Europe
  • 6% are from Asia, Africa or the Middle East
  • 2% are from Australasia
  • 1% are from South or Central America

Professional Status
  • 30% are Doctors
  • 27% are Genetic Counsellors
  • 12% are Researchers
  • 10% are Students
  • 4% are Nurses

State-of-the-Art Online Interactive Posters

Posters will be presented through a state-of-the-art online, interactive, multimedia platform that can include images, videos, animations, voice-over narrations.

Posters will be made available to all registered attendees starting one week prior to the event. This will allow attendees to browse posters in advance of the scheduled live discussions (poster sessions).

Two live poster sessions are planned during the Symposium where poster presenters will be present at their posters in order to meet attendees and discuss their work through chats and video meetings.

Second Call for Poster Abstracts

If you missed the deadline a year ago, or who have new research to share, you are invited to submit abstracts on topics related to hereditary breast, ovarian, prostate and pancreatic cancer.

Submission Deadline: March 12, 2021