The international multidisciplinary forum for liver cancer experts around the latest innovations in research and care
ILCA is looking forward to its second trip to Canada - this time in the breath-taking city of Vancouver.
This year’s meeting will be very special as it marks the 10th Anniversary of ILCA. It has been 10 years that ILCA strives to advance research in the pathogenesis, prevention, and treatment of liver cancer.
ILCA successfully continues to organise Annual Conferences to all parts of the world offering a programme with a multidisciplinary and transversal approach and with the objective to encourage and stimulate scientific debate and networking between liver cancer experts from all regions.
The format of ILCA's Annual Conferences adheres to the ILCA principle of linking research to practice. With a clear emphasis on maximizing focus, exchange and results, each programme features State-of-the-Art Sessions, Plenary Lectures by distinguished colleagues within the field, Symposia focusing on the cutting edge advancements on the research and treatment levels, incorporating a truly international panel of speakers, and General Sessions and Poster Exhibition that will deliver the latest breaking research from among the abstracts submitted to the Conference. At ILCA 2009, some workshops were added to the scientific programme, offering participants the opportunity to sharpen their skills and expand their expertise in key topics related to HCC
All ILCA Annual Conference participants can expect to enjoy the very latest and novel research data out of all the specialties involved, promoting two and a half days of both timely and interactive debate Set to perfectly complement the educational programme of the Conference, there will also be a series of Industry Symposia, providing fresh perspectives as well as updating the audience on the very latest treatment and care solutions at the patient level.
Please note that ILCA Annual Conferences are accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide CME activity for medical specialists and are generally designated for a maximum of 12 hours of European external CME credits, which are recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA) towards the Physician's Recognition Award (PRA).
The International Liver Cancer Association (ILCA) is the only international organisation devoted exclusively to liver cancer research for experts from all related disciplines.