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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: Home
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About SABCS.. Press Releases.. Media.. Event Photos.. Past Symposia.. Patient Advocates.. FAQs.. Contact Us.. Search:.. 2012 Overview.. Program.. Faculty.. Travel & Transportation.. Presenter Instructions.. Support & Exhibits.. SABCS 2012 Resources.. December 4-8, 2012.. Henry B.. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas, USA.. The 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.. "An international scientific symposium for interaction and exchange among basic scientists and clinicians in breast cancer.. ".. The 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.. is presented by the Cancer Therapy Research Center at UT Health Science Center San Antonio, the American Association for Cancer Research, and Baylor College of Medicine.. The driving force behind this collaboration is the shared mission of the organizations to advance progress  ...   36th Annual SABCS.. December 10-14, 2013.. 37th Annual SABCS.. December 9-13, 2014.. 38th Annual SABCS.. December 8-12, 2015.. Current News.. Onsite Registation opens Dec.. 4, 2012 at 8:00 am,.. click here.. for more information.. SABCS Event Guide.. is now available.. Click here.. Download the SABCS app to your smartphone by texting SABCS App to 80802 (domestic phone numbers only).. Disclosure information.. For Continuing Medical Education information.. Presenter Information.. now available.. Exhibitor Kits.. are now available.. |.. Rich Markow.. , Director, Symposia.. Cancer Therapy Research Center at UT Health Science Center San Antonio.. 7979 Wurzbach Road, MC 8224 San Antonio, TX 78229 USA.. Phone:.. 210-450-1550.. Fax:.. 210-450-1560.. Email:.. sabcs@uthscsa.. edu.. Copyright © 2013 SABCS.. All rights reserved.. - Privacy Policy..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: About SABCS
    Descriptive info: Meeting Profile.. Symposium Objective.. Scientific Program.. Target Audience.. Financial Philosophy.. Symposium Administration.. Audience Composition.. Location.. Future Meeting Dates.. Symposium Contact.. History.. Previous Meetings.. Susan G.. Komen of the Cure Brinker Award for Scientific Distinction.. William L.. McGuire Memorial Lecture Award.. American Association for Cancer Research Awards.. Participating Countries in 2011.. For thirty-five years, the symposium s mission has been to provide state-of-the-art information on breast cancer research.. From a one-day regional conference, the symposium has grown to a five-day program attended by a broad international audience of academic and private researchers and physicians from over 100 countries.. The symposium aims to achieve a balance of clinical, translational, and basic research, providing a forum for interaction, communication, and education for a broad spectrum of researchers, health professionals, and those with a special interest in breast cancer.. In 2007, the Cancer Therapy Research Center (CTRC) at UT Health Science Center San Antonio and the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) announced a collaboration for the future of the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.. The symposium has been renamed the CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.. Complementing the clinical strengths of the highly regarded annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, the AACR's scientific prestige in basic, translational and clinical cancer research will create a unique and comprehensive scientific meeting that will advance breast cancer research for the benefit of patients.. In 2005, Baylor College of Medicine became a joint sponsor of the symposium and will remain in the CTRC-AACR collaboration.. C.. Kent Osborne, MD, Professor of Medicine and Molecular and Cellular Biology, Director, Dan L.. Duncan Cancer Center, Director, Breast Center, Baylor College of Medicine, Peter M.. Ravdin, MD, PhD, Ruth McLean Bowman Bowers Chair for Breast Cancer Research Treatment, Director of the Breast Cancer Program.. ,.. UT Health Science Center San Antonio and Carlos L.. Arteaga, MD, Director, Breast Cancer Program Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Vanderbilt University are Co-Directors of the symposium.. This symposium is designed to provide state-of-the-art information on the experimental biology, etiology, prevention, diagnosis, and therapy of breast cancer and premalignant breast disease to an international audience of academic and private physicians and researchers.. The scientific program consists of plenary lectures and mini-symposia by experts in clinical and basic research; selected slide and poster presentations chosen from the submitted abstracts; educational sessions, award lectures, panel and case discussions and forums.. General sessions are 2-3 hours in duration and are the vehicle for slide presentations, which are allotted 10 minutes each followed by 5 minutes of discussion.. Poster sessions are 2 hours long.. This international symposium is directed primarily towards academic and private physicians and researchers involved in breast cancer in medical, surgical, gynecologic, and radiation oncology, as well as other appropriate health care professionals.. Any remaining funds at the conclusion of the CME activity will be used for educational research purposes.. Co-Directors.. Duncan Cancer Center, Director, Breast Center, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, USA.. Peter M.. Ravdin, MD, PhD, Ruth McLean Bowman Bowers Chair for Breast Cancer Research Treatment, Director of the Breast Cancer Program, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas, USA.. Carlos L.. Arteaga, MD, Director, Breast Cancer Program, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.. Program Coordinator.. Gary C.. Chamness, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA.. Director, Symposia.. Rich Markow, UT Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX , USA.. All administrative functions of the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium occur in the symposium operations office, which is located at Cancer Therapy Research Center, 7979 Wurzbach, San Antonio, Texas 78229.. The majority of participants are physicians and researchers, with smaller representation by affiliated health care professionals.. The 2011 audience was composed of 43% medical doctors and 12% research scientists.. Registrations totaled 7,481 and 103 countries (including US and Canada) were represented.. Gonzalez Convention Center, 200 E.. Market Street, San Antonio, Texas 78205, is the meeting site.. Mr.. Rich Markow, Director, Symposia.. 7979 Wurzbach Road, MC 8224.. San Antonio, TX 78229.. 210-450-1550.. 210-450-1560 FAX.. Email:.. Website Address:.. www.. sabcs.. org.. The First Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium was held November 11, 1978 during Breast Cancer Awareness Week, and was part of an intensive 3-year outreach program of public and professional education designed to significantly reduce the death rate caused by breast cancer in San Antonio and surrounding counties.. It was sponsored by Cancer Therapy and Research Center (CTRC) and the American Cancer Society, Texas Division, in conjunction with The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) and the Bexar County Medical Society.. That all-day course for physicians and surgeons was organized and co-directed by Charles A.. Coltman, Jr.. , MD and William L.. McGuire, MD, both Professors of Medicine at UTHSCSA.. It featured  ...   82.. 2004.. 27th.. 6,810.. 721.. 84.. 86.. 2005.. 28th.. 7,666.. 805.. 106.. 89.. 2006.. 29th.. 8,017.. 893.. 97.. 83.. 2007.. 30th.. 8,503.. 813.. 105.. 2008.. 31st.. 8,936.. 1,064.. 98.. 92.. 2009.. 32nd.. 8,493.. 1,169.. 102.. 93.. 2010.. 33rd.. 7,913.. 1,035.. 91.. 2011.. 34th.. 7,724.. 1,264.. 79.. 103.. Komen for the Cure Brinker Award for Scientific Distinction.. Established by the Susan G.. Komen for the Cure in 1992, the Brinker Award for Scientific Distinction recognizes leading scientists for significant work in advancing research concepts and for clinical application in the fields of breast cancer research, screening or treatment.. The award is presented to basic and clinical researchers who have made seminal advances in the fight against breast cancer.. In addition, the award recognizes scholars for a specific contribution, a consistent pattern of contributions, or leadership in the field that has had a substantial impact on the fight against breast cancer.. The Brinker Award is accompanied by a cash award to be used to further the recipients' activities in breast cancer research.. This award has grown in prominence in the breast cancer community and is a marquee award for Komen for the Cure.. The recipients of the Brinker Awards will deliver plenary lectures during the symposium.. The award recipients since 1992 are:.. Basic Research.. Clinical Research.. V.. Craig Jordan, PhD.. DSc Bernard Fisher, MD.. Arnold J.. Levine, PhD.. Richard J.. Santen, MD.. Marc E.. Lippman, MD.. Malcolm C.. Pike, PhD.. Helene S.. Smith, PhD (deceased).. Kent Osborne, MD.. Edison Liu, MD.. Umberto Veronesi, MD.. David Livingston, MD.. Gabriel Hortobagyi, MD.. Leland H.. Harwell, PhD.. Henry T.. Lynch, MD.. Mary-Claire King, PhD.. Nancy E.. Davidson, MD.. Angela Brodie, PhD.. Dmitiros Trichopoulos, MD.. Bert O'Malley, MD.. Jay Robert Harris, MD.. Elwood Jensen, PhD.. Charles L.. Loprinzi, MD.. Mina J.. Bissell, PhD.. Walter C.. Willett, MD, DrPH.. Daniel Medina, PhD.. Larry Norton, MD.. Trevor J.. Powles, PhD, FRCP, CBE and.. Anita B.. Roberts, PhD (deceased).. Michael B.. Sporn, MD.. Evan Simpson, PhD.. George W.. Sledge, Jr.. , MD.. Joe W.. Gray, PhD.. Leslie Bernstein, PhD.. Patricia Steeg, PhD.. Richard Gelber, PhD and.. Aron Goldhirsch, MD.. Geoffrey L.. Greene, PhD and.. Benita S.. Katzenellenbogen, PhD.. Professor Ian E.. Smith, MD.. Jeffrey M.. Rosen, PhD.. Soonmyung Soon Paik, MD.. Arteaga, MD.. Armando E.. Giuliano, MD, FACS, FRCSEd.. McGuire, along with Dr.. Charles A.. Coltman, founded the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium in 1977.. The William L.. McGuire Memorial Lectureship was established in 1992 to commemorate the significant contributions of Dr.. McGuire to oncology medicine.. His research played a major role in introducing estrogen receptor assays on breast tumor tissue as a guide to treatment decisions for women with breast cancer.. Breast cancer patients everywhere now receive these tests.. McGuire Memorial Lecture.. Marc Lippman, MD.. Bernard Fisher, MD.. Craig Jordan, PhD, DSc.. Bert O Malley, MD.. Katzenellenbogen, PhD.. Kathryn Bloch Horwitz, PhD.. Kent Osborne, MD.. Powles, MD PhD.. Davidson, MD.. Michael Baum, MD.. Amy S.. Langer, MBA.. Dennis J.. Slamon, MD, PhD.. Mitchell Dowsett, PhD.. Martine Piccart, MD, PhD.. , MD.. Joe Gray, PhD.. AACR Outstanding Investigator Award for Breast Cancer Research.. , funded by Susan G.. Komen for the Cure is presented to an investigator no more than 50 years of age whose novel and significant work that has had or may have a far-reaching impact on the etiology, detection, diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of breast cancer.. AACR Distinguished Lectureship in Breast Cancer Research.. The AACR Distinguished Lectureship in Breast Cancer Research has been established to recognize outstanding science that has inspired or has the potential to inspire new perspectives on the etiology, diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of breast cancer.. The award recipients since 2008 are:.. Outstanding Investigator Award for Breast Cancer Research.. Distinguished Lectureship in Breast Cancer Research.. Douglas Easton, PhD, FMedSci.. Joan Massagué, PhD.. Charles Perou, PhD.. Robert Weinberg, PhD.. Klaus Pantel, MD, PhD.. Alan Ashworth, PhD, FMedSci, FRS.. Ramon E.. Parsons, MD, PhD.. Joan S.. Brugge, PhD.. In 2011, registrants from the following countries participated.. Algeria.. Argentina.. Aruba.. Australia.. Austria.. Bahamas.. Bahrain.. Bangladesh.. Belgium.. Bolivia.. Bosnia and Herzegowina.. Brazil.. Bulgaria.. Cameroon.. Canada.. Cayman Islands.. Chile.. China.. Christmas Island.. Colombia.. Costa Rica.. Croatia.. Cyprus.. Czech Republic.. Denmark.. Dominican Republic.. Ecuador.. Egypt.. El Salvador.. Finland.. France.. Georgia.. Germany.. Ghana.. Greece.. Guatamala.. Honduras.. Hong Kong.. Hungary.. Iceland.. India.. Indonesia.. Iran.. Ireland.. Israel.. Italy.. Jamaica.. Japan.. Jordan.. Kenya.. Kuwait.. Latvia.. Lebanon.. Lithuania.. Macedonia.. Malaysia.. Mali.. Martinique.. Mexico.. Morocco.. Namibia.. Netherlands.. New Zealand.. Nicaragua.. Nigeria.. Norway.. Oman.. Pakistan.. Panama.. Paraguay.. Peru.. Philippines.. Poland.. Portugal.. Qatar.. Romania.. Russia.. Saudi Arabia.. Serbia.. Singapore.. Slovakia.. Slovenia.. South Africa.. South Korea.. Spain.. Sudan.. Swaziland.. Sweden.. Switzerland.. Syria.. Taiwan.. Tajikistan.. Thailand.. Trinidad and Tobago.. Tunisia.. Turkey.. United Arab Emirates.. United Kingdom.. United States.. Uruguay.. Venezuela.. Vietnam.. Zambia..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: Press Releases - SABCS 2012
    Descriptive info: Media Contact:.. Jeremy Moore.. (215) 446-7109.. Jeremy.. Moore@aacr.. In San Antonio:.. (210) 582-7021.. > SABCS 2012.. SAN ANTONIO The 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium will be held at the Henry B.. Gonzales Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, Dec.. 4-8.. Now in its 35th year, the symposium will feature new research focusing on emerging treatments in hard-to-treat populations, such as patients with triple-negative breast cancer, and new knowledge on biologic targets and prevention.. The Cancer Therapy & Research Center (CTRC) at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, the AACR and Baylor College of Medicine will jointly present the symposium.. The driving force behind this collaboration is the shared mission of the organizations to advance progress in breast cancer research.. To help guide coverage for the news media, the AACR Communications and Public Relations Department will operate a full-service press room in Room 217A-C of the convention center.. In addition, three press conferences will be held in Room 217D.. Reporters who cannot attend in person can participate using the following information:.. U.. S.. /Canada (toll free): 1 (800) 446-2782.. International (toll): 1 (847) 413-3235.. Press Conference Schedule:.. Wednesday, Dec.. 5 at 7:30 a.. m.. CT.. Hosted by Peter Ravdin, M.. D.. ,  ...   for Clinical Research and Director of the Breast Cancer Program at Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center.. Young Women With Breast Cancer Were More Likely Than Older Women to Respond to Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy.. [12/6/2012 7:30 a.. Chemotherapy After Complete Surgical Removal of Local or Regional Breast Cancer Recurrence Increased Survival Rates.. Diverse Genetic Alterations Found in Triple-negative Breast Cancers After Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy.. HDAC Inhibitors Sensitized Triple-negative Breast Cancer Cells to PARP Inhibition and Cisplatin Treatment.. Hypofractionated Radiotherapy Was Safe Effective for Early Breast Cancer Treatment at 10-year Follow-up.. Friday, Dec.. 7 at 7:30 a.. Hosted by C.. Kent Osborne, M.. , Director of the Lester and Sue Smith Breast Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine.. Extending Adjuvant Trastuzumab Treatment Time Provided No Additional Benefit.. [12/7/2012 7:30 a.. Breast Cancer Genome Sequencing Identified HER2 Mutations as Targets for Drug Treatment.. Cognitive Problems May Be Present Before Chemotherapy in Women With Breast Cancer.. Adjuvant Bevacizumab Did Not Improve Invasive Disease-free Survival Rate in Triple-negative Breast Cancer.. Phase III Trial Did Not Show Superiority of Eribulin Compared With Capecitabine in Metastatic Breast Cancer.. The 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium will also present awards:.. Two Leading Researchers to Be Honored at the 35th Annual CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.. [11/28/2012]..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: Media
    Descriptive info: 2012 Press Releases.. 2010 Podcasts and Teleconference Recordings.. 2009 Podcasts and Teleconference Recordings.. Policies & Procedures.. Violation of Symposium Policies.. Embargo.. Press Materials.. Press Events.. Registration.. Press Room.. General Information.. Other Attendees.. Policies and Procedures.. Thank you for your interest in covering the 2012 CT.. R.. C-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.. The San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium is presented by UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Baylor College of Medicine and the American Association for Cancer Research.. It brings together breast cancer researchers and clinicians from around the world, providing an ideal format to present for the first time new and late breaking data as well as other pertinent information, including diagnostic developments.. We welcome and encourage news media to attend and participate in this annual Symposium.. Press releases about studies featured as part of the press program will be posted regularly.. The following policies and guidelines have been prepared for news media covering the meeting.. If you have any questions regarding policies, press room operations, or available resources, please contact the press room staff: Lauren Riley at 215-446-7155.. We look forward to working with you.. Violation of Symposium Policies.. The Symposium reserves the right to bar, from this and future Symposia, any registered media who attempt to obtain advertising or subscription from any exhibitor or registrant, who deliberately promote the marketing objectives of a single company or institution, or who misuse media privileges to engage in activities other than journalistic pursuits.. Violation of embargo policies can also result in similar action.. The symposium reserves the right to bar from this and future symposia any journalist who deliberately promotes the viewpoint of one company or institution, or who attempts to solicit manuscripts, advertising, or subscriptions from registrants or exhibitors.. If a company violates any of the above policies, the Symposium reserves the right to prevent the company from participating in future years.. Reporters, producers and editors agree to the embargoes and release times stated on the news releases, the news conference schedule and other materials.. Failure to abide by the embargoes will result in suspension of credentials, which will affect attendance at the current and future symposia and ability to receive advance press materials.. All data presented at the Symposium is embargoed for the beginning of its presentation time or an SABCS official press conference, whichever occurs first.. By allowing an abstract to be included in the 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium media outreach program, the Presenter verifies that the abstract s contents and its conclusions have not been and will not be published or presented in any form to the public.. This includes, but is not limited to, non-embargoed press releases and interviews required by government agencies.. Any release of material and specific non-embargoed information prior to the meeting s embargo date as set forth by the SABCS press office could result in exclusion from the official SABCS press program.. Press kits are available only for members of the press; others are advised to visit the Symposium website,.. An area in the press room will be designated for non-Symposium news releases (e.. g.. , those provided by institutions, exhibitors, or industry).. Press Room location: 217 A/B.. Only press materials - not promotional materials - will be allowed in the press room.. These press materials must specifically pertain to scientific research presented at the Symposium.. Each release will be reviewed by press room staff to ensure they include the required information.. These releases will not be endorsed by the Symposium and will be so designated.. Press releases about data released during the symposium should state that the data was presented during the 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, in either the first or second paragraph of the release.. All news releases regarding presentations made at the Symposium must indicate that they are embargoed for release at the time the data are presented at the symposium.. The Symposium permits companies and individuals presenting data at the symposium to conduct unofficial press events during the course of the symposium provided they meet all of the following criteria:.. All unofficial media events must be registered through the AACR Office of Communications Public Relations.. Prior to scheduling a press event, organizers must present to the AACR a statement of purpose, a proposed agenda and an anticipated attendee list.. Media events may not be held on-site at the meeting location.. Media events may not be held during official Symposium hours.. Media events promoting  ...   from universities, government agencies and nonprofit cancer research organizations must present a business card to obtain a badge.. Journalists and PIOs who are pre-registered and those who plan to register on-site should proceed to the main registration area.. There will be a designated press registration booth where they can pick up their badge.. Other materials can be claimed in the press room following registration.. Those registering onsite will need to bring the materials specified above along with a completed press registration form and photo identification.. The symposium provides complimentary registration to professional journalists representing media organizations for the express purpose of gathering news and information to produce editorial coverage of the meeting.. Advanced Press Registration.. Valid credentials are required of every journalist in order to complete registration.. These credentials include an official press identification (business card, press pass, etc) and two bylined articles (or a copy of the masthead if articles are not bylined), or a letter of assignment.. Pleas fax the.. press/.. media registration form.. along with these valid credentials to Lauren Riley, American Association for Cancer Research, at 215-440-9319.. For further information, please call 215-446-7155 or e-mail.. lauren.. riley@aacr.. The press room staff coordinates all press activity at the Symposium and will provide the following to all registered news media:.. An advance press advisory.. A press work room with laptop computer hookup capabilities, several computers with print capabilites and a monitor to view speaker presentations.. Media rooms for one-on-one interviews will be available.. A message board in the press room for posting of announcements, press conferences, meetings, and other General information pertinent to the Symposium.. Video cameras are granted access to the Registration area and press room.. Access to other areas of the Symposium requires pre-approval from SABCS.. In some cases, a scientist presenting data that are soon to be published by a scientific journal may be unable to provide additional information to the news media because of pre-publication constraints imposed by the journal.. In these instances, press room staff members can provide assistance in identifying and setting up interviews with independent experts who are able to provide comment on the subject.. Select slides and posters will be made available online.. Press Room Location: 217A-B-C.. All of the scientific sessions of the 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium are open to registered press.. Registered journalists must wear press badges when attending the meeting and/or when covering symposia-sponsored events.. Still cameras are granted access to all areas of the Symposium.. Flash photography is not allowed in order to minimize disturbance to attendees.. Camera crews filming in meeting areas other than the press room or news briefing room must be accompanied at all times by a press room staff member.. For information prior to and after the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, contact:.. Lauren Riley , Public Relations Coordinator.. American Association for Cancer Research.. 615 Chestnut St.. , 17th Floor.. Philadelphia, PA 19106.. Telephone: 215-446-7155.. Fax: 215-440-9319.. E-mail:.. *Please note that smoking is not permitted in the convention center, including the press room.. Other Attendees.. Public information officers of educational institutions and government agencies are welcome to register as press.. A completed press registration form and a business card must be presented to obtain a badge.. Representatives of marketing, advertising, public relations and medical education companies or companies producing print or electronic materials for these purposes are not permitted to register as press and are not permitted in the press room.. Representatives from these companies with questions regarding abstract or embargo policies can contact Jeremy Moore at 215-446-7109.. Advertising sales representatives, marketing professionals, publishers and others must register through the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium office and pay the required registration fee regardless of affiliation with a journalism organization.. Researchers presenting data at a press briefing are permitted to invite two company and/or institution representatives to attend the briefing.. Those representatives must stop in the press office in advance of the briefing to obtain proper credentials.. Guests of press briefing participants may not engage in promotional discussions during briefings or inside the briefing room.. Only accredited media may ask questions.. Guests of presenters may not approach media in the press conference.. Company representatives may not pass out literature, statements or news releases in adjacent hallways and areas around the news conference room.. Photographers or camera crews hired by the aforementioned representatives or exhibitors must obtain permission from press room staff to conduct any on-site photo or video shoots during the Symposium..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: Event Photos > SABCS 2012 > Main Gallery
    Descriptive info: Main Gallery.. Tuesday.. Wednesday.. Thursday.. Friday.. Saturday.. General Views.. Alpha List.. |.. Awards.. SABCS 2012 > Main Gallery.. Alphabetical..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: Past Symposia
    Descriptive info: Abstract Book.. Abstracts2View.. TM.. On-Line.. Posters2View.. Streaming Webcasts and Downloadable mp3 files (Podcasts).. Daily Slide Review.. Newsletters.. To view documents in PDF format, please download a free copy of the.. Adobe Acrobat viewer.. Abstract Books.. Abstracts from the 34th Annual SABCS Dec.. 6-10, 2011.. (PDF - 8,763 KB).. Abstracts2View.. On-line, searchable databases of SABCS abstracts are available by clicking on the links below.. 2011 Disclosure Report.. 2011 Disclosure Report - Committee and Faculty.. Abstracts from the 33rd Annual SABCS Dec.. 8-12, 2010.. 2010 Disclosure Report.. 2010 Disclosure Report - Committee and Faculty.. Abstracts from the 32nd Annual SABCS Dec.. 9-13, 2009.. Supported by an educational grant from.. GlaxoSmithKline.. 2009 Disclosure Report.. 2009 Disclosure Report - Committee and Faculty.. This service is performed for SABCS by Marathon Multimedia, Inc.. Posters2View.. Search, view download posters presented at SABCS.. Posters from the 34th Annual SABCS Dec.. Posters from the 33rd Annual SABCS Dec.. Posters from the 32nd Annual SABCS Dec.. This activity is supported by an educational grant from.. Lilly USA, LLC.. For further information concerning Lilly grant funding visit.. lillygrantoffice.. com.. Streaming Webcast and Downloadable mp3 files.. (Podcasts).. Approved audio and video presentations are now available via streaming webcast.. The webcast presentations include video and slides, with the option to  ...   from.. AstraZeneca.. This service is performed for SABCS by M2 Communications, Inc.. Slide Review from the 34th Annual SABCS Dec.. Slide Review from the 33rd Annual SABCS Dec.. Slide Review from the 32nd Annual SABCS Dec.. 10-13, 2009.. Roche.. To view documents in PDF format, please download a free copy of the.. A daily newsletter is published during each symposium.. They are available for download in Adobe PDF format.. SABCS Newsletters December 6-10, 2011.. This newsletter is made possible with support from.. Genentech.. Issue 1: December 7, 2011.. (480 KB).. Issue 2: December 8, 2011.. (276 KB).. Issue 3: December 9, 2011.. (260 KB).. Issue 4: December 10, 2011.. (258 KB).. Issue 5: December 11, 2011.. (264 KB).. SABCS Newsletters December 8-12, 2010.. Issue 1: December 9, 2010.. (754 KB).. Issue 2: December 10, 2010.. (288 KB).. Issue 3: December 11, 2010.. (360 KB).. Issue 4: December 12, 2010.. (357 KB).. Issue 5: December 13, 2010.. (508 KB).. SABCS Newsletters December 9-13, 2009.. Abraxis BioScience.. Issue 1: December 10, 2009.. (593 KB).. Issue 2: December 11, 2009.. (504 KB).. Issue 3: December 12, 2009.. (573 KB).. Issue 4: December 13, 2009.. (557 KB).. Issue 5: December 14, 2009.. (587 KB).. Newsletters produced for SABCS by M2 Communications, Inc..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: Patient Advocates
    Descriptive info: Registration Categories Fees.. Patient Advocate Mentor Sessions.. Financial Assistance.. Advocate Program.. SABCS welcomes attendance by informed patient advocates representing recognized patient advocacy, education survivor support organizations.. Registration Categories Fees.. Category.. Price.. Until 10/31/12.. $100.. Beginning 11/1/12.. $120.. (When registering you must provide name of organization you are representing).. Click.. here.. to register and for further registration information.. Pre-registration discount ends October 31, 2012.. Pre-registration closes November 16, 2012.. On site registration opens December 4, 2012.. The Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation runs a grassroots advocacy program to eradicate the presence of breast cancer in our society.. Every year, Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation sponsors special mentoring sessions for patient advocates at SABCS.. These usually take place 5 PM 8 PM on Wednesday, Thursday Friday during the symposium.. Leading experts in the field of breast cancer provide commentary on symposium presentations and responding to advocates questions about the relevance of this scientific data.. Every year the Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation provides scholarships for eligible breast cancer advocates to attend the annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, and take part in Mentor Sessions.. Website.. Information regarding the 2012 ABCF Advocate Program can be found at.. alamobreastcancer.. This page also includes a link to an on line application.. E-Mail.. sandisues@sbcglobal.. net.. for information and an application.. All applications for financial assistance must be submitted by.. 10PM CST.. by September 1, 2012.. The 15th Annual Advocate Program is sponsored by Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation (ABCF), a non-profit 501[c]3 organization.. This San Antonio-based grassroots advocacy, educational, and support organization was established for women and men with breast cancer and for those concerned about breast cancer issues.. ABCF is active  ...   Breast Cancer Symposium.. Contact Information:.. Sandi Stanford.. Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation.. PO Box 780067.. San Antonio, TX 78278.. Website Address:.. Funding Sources.. # Travel Grants Applications.. # Travel Grants Awarded.. Total # Advocate Registration to SABCS.. Glaxo Wellcome Eli Lilly Zeneca.. 14.. Bristol-Myers Genentech Wyeth-Ayerst.. 30.. 104.. Aventis Genentech AstraZeneca.. Glaxo Wellcome Pharmacia Oncology.. 62.. 50.. 123.. AstraZeneca Aventis Bristol-Meyers Squibb Chroma Vision Eli Lilly Genentech GlaxoSmithKline Pharmacia.. 36.. 118.. AstraZeneca Aventis Bristol-Myers Squibb.. ChromaVision DakoCytomation Eli Lilly.. Genentech GlaxoSmithKline Pharmacia.. 119.. AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals.. Bristol Myers Squibb Chromavision DakoCytomation Eli Lilly Co Genentech Genomic Health GlaxoSmithKline Pfizer.. 37.. 168.. AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals DakoCytomatic, Inc.. Genentech, Inc.. Genomic Health, Inc.. GlaxoSmithKline Introgen Therapeutics, Inc.. Sanofi-Aventis.. AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals Cytyc.. Eli Lilly Company Genentech Genomic Health GlaxoSmithKline.. Introgen Therapeutics Sanofi-Aventis.. 49.. 32.. Avon Foundation NBCC Fund--Best Practices Award AstraZeneca Genentech.. Genomic Health Eli Lilly Sanofi-Aventis.. 109.. 199.. Abraxis Oncology AstraZeneca.. Avon Foundation Genentech GlaxoSmithKline Novartis Roche Introgen Therapeutics.. Sanofi-Aventis Dr.. Sharon Wilks.. 233.. Abraxane-AZ AstraZeneca Avon Foundation Cytori Genentech BioOncology.. GlaxoSmithKline.. Her2 Support Novartis Roche Sanofi-Aventis Dr.. 34.. 225.. Abraxis BioOncology AstraZeneca.. Avon Foundation for Women.. Cytori Therapeutics, Inc Eli Lilly Co Genentech Genomic Health, Inc.. GlaxoSmithKline Her2 Support Group Organization National Breast.. Cancer Coalition Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp Sanofi-Aventis.. Sharon Wilks, MD, FACP.. Peter Ravdin, MD, PhD.. 235.. AACR Abraxis BioOncology Amgen AstraZeneca Avon Foundation for Women Eisai, Inc.. Eli Lilly Co.. GlaxoSmithKline Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Dr.. Peter Ravdin, MD, PhD Sanofi-Aventis Dr Sharon Wilks, MD, FACP.. 107.. 297.. AACR Amgen Avon Foundation for Women.. Boehringer Ingelheim Genentech.. Julie Ann Carpenter Memorial Fund.. Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp.. Peter Ravdin, MD, PhD.. Sharon Wilks, MD, FACP Syndax.. 41.. 298..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: FAQs
    Descriptive info: Symposium Information.. Program Schedule.. Abstract Submission.. Housing Instructions.. Food & Beverage.. Media Section.. Information on San Antonio.. Abstracts On-line.. If you have any questions, please.. contact us.. and let us know.. Who should attend the Symposium?.. This international symposium is directed primarily towards academics, private physicians and researchers involved in breast cancer in medical, surgical, gynecologic, and radiation oncology, as well as other health care professionals.. When can I view the full daily schedule on-line?.. The detailed program schedule will be available in August.. Have there been any future dates selected at this time?.. Future Dates are as follows:.. December 10 - 14, 2013.. December 9 - 13, 2014.. December 8 - 12, 2015.. Does SABCS offer Continuing Education Credits?.. This activity has been approved for.. AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.. -Nursing Continuing Education Credits will not be offered at this year s symposium.. What are the registration deadlines?.. Registration Opens March 1, 2012.. Discount Pre-registration Deadline ends October 31, 2012.. Pre-registration ends November 16, 2012.. Registration Cancellation Deadline is November 16, 2012.. Can I get financial assistance to attend the Symposium?.. Yes, there are several opportunities available for financial assistance in the form of scholarships.. The purpose of these scholarships is to promote the education and professional development of early-career scientists who are actively pursuing research in breast cancer by encouraging and facilitating their attendance at the 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.. Scholarships will be awarded in each program to graduate students, medical students, postdoctoral fellows, and physicians-intraining whose abstracts are accepted for presentation at the 2012 SABCS, based upon the quality of their abstracts.. Recipients of these scholarships will be identified in the SABCS program, both print and online, and also at the meeting.. Scholarship application is part of the Abstract Submission process.. Further information is available on the 2012 Overview page on our website.. -Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation provides scholarships for eligible breast cancer advocates to attend the annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, and take part in Mentor Sessions.. Information regarding the 2012 ABCF Advocate Program can be found at.. Mail.. San Antonio TX 78278.. All applications for financial assistance must be submitted by 10PM CST by September 1, 2012.. When will I receive my badge?.. Symposium badges will be mailed to pre-registrants approximately beginning October 15.. Upon arrival at the symposium, please present your badge at the PRE-REGISTERED WITH BADGE desk in the convention center (Bridge Hall) in order to receive symposium materials and badge holder.. What are the abstract submission deadlines?.. Abstract Submission Opens March 1, 2012.. Abstract  ...   gets you a Boxed lunch and a soda or water.. To be redeem at the three Quick Lunch areas located in Exhibit Halls.. A, B & C.. 2.. $20.. 00 lunch ticket gets you a hot item, soda or water and a dessert or if preferred you can choose a la carte items at the Food Court located in Exhibit Hall B.. No refund or partial refund will be issued for a Ticket or for a partial redemption of a Ticket.. Tickets can be purchased in advance for individuals & groups.. What are SABCS Media policies?.. Policies and procedures for Media attending SABCS are available at.. http://www.. org/media/index.. asp/.. Can I request to be on your Media mailing list for press releases?.. To be added to the SABCS Media mailing list, please contact Jeremy Moore at 267-646-0557 or Lauren Riley at 215-446-7155.. How can I get additional information on hotel locations, area restaurants, attractions, directions, etc.. ?.. Creative Dining & Entertainment staff will recommend and make your individual and/or group reservations at San Antonio s most enjoyable restaurants and/or catering venues! The staff can also help you arrange your rental car, golf tee time, other entertainment and relaxation needs.. Their service, is free, and is available now either by phone 210-632-1825, fax 210-402-0335,.. creativedining.. net/.. or e-mail.. lori@creativedining.. Staff will also be available onsite during the symposium.. For further information on San Antonio, visit the San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau website.. Can I view abstracts, posters, slides and webcasts from prior San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposia?.. Yes, SABCS posts abstracts, posters, slides and webcasts from prior SABCS for 3 years.. They are available for viewing at.. org/pastsymposia/index.. When can I view abstracts, posters, and slides from this year's San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposia?.. Attendees will be able to view online, searchable versions from this year's SABCS abstracts, slides and posters will be available during the symposium if permission from the author has been received.. Registrants will receive their login and password with their credentials.. I attended the symposium in 2011 and didn't receive my certificate.. Who do I contact regarding Continuing Medical Education?.. Please contact the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium office if you have any questions regarding CME or your certificate at.. or 210-450-1550.. How will the CME process work at this year's symposium?.. The CME/Evaluations will once again be online with a link e-mailed to each attendee at the e-mail address supplied when you register.. Please be sure to use your own e-mail address when registering to ensure you receive the daily CME/Evaluation reminders..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: Contact Us
    Descriptive info: , Director, Symposia.. Cancer Therapy Research Center at.. UT Health Science Center San Antonio.. 7979 Wurzbach, MC 8224.. USA.. 210-450-1560.. We welcome your comments, questions, and suggestions.. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at the address or phone number below, or use this form.. * Fields marked with a red asterisk are required..  ...   Zip:.. Country:.. Daytime Phone:.. Evening Phone:.. Yes, please add my name to the following mailing list(s) to receive alerts and announcement notifications:.. E-mai.. l.. Both.. I am Media and would like to receive notification of Press releases.. Area of interest:.. Select Category.. Support.. Order Information.. Alerts & Announcements.. Satellite Symposium.. Mobile Event Guide.. Your Comments or Questions:..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: 2012 Overview
    Descriptive info: Meeting Goals/Purpose.. Meeting Location.. Symposium Contact Information.. Preliminary Schedule.. Career Development Forum.. Executive Committee.. Program Planning Committee.. Accreditation.. Disclosure Information.. Important 2012 Cutoff Dates.. Registration Highlights.. Late Registration.. Online Registration.. Press Registration.. Group Registration.. On-Site Check-In.. Cancellations and Refunds.. Special Assistance.. Badges Required.. Food Beverages.. Hotel Accommodations.. Transportation.. Scholarships.. Advocates.. SABCS On-line.. SABCS Event Guide, Mobile App Text Alerts.. Newsletter.. Expected Number of Papers.. Proof of Attendance.. Certificate of Attendance/CME Certificate/Evaluation and Post-Conference Survey.. Children at SABCS.. Photography.. Cell Phones at SABCS.. Internet Café.. Telephone Message Center.. Literature Displays.. Information Boards.. Climate Comfort.. Smoke-Free Environment.. San Antonio Sights.. Dining in San Antonio.. This symposium is designed to provide state-of-the-art information on the experimental biology, etiology, prevention, diagnosis, and therapy of breast cancer and premalignant breast disease, to an international audience of academic and private physicians and researchers.. Gonzalez Convention Center.. 200 E.. Market Street, San Antonio, Texas 78205.. Phone 210-207-8500.. Fax 210-223-1495.. The main entrance to the symposium is located on street level across Market St.. from the Marriott Riverwalk.. Symposium events services are located on three levels of the convention center.. Street (1st) level.. ( Bridge Hall, Exhibit Halls A, B, C D, Ballrooms A B).. Entrance:.. Coat check, baggage check, Scooter Rental, First Aid station.. Bridge Hall:.. Registration, Information Message Center, Information/Job Boards, Housing, Poster pick-up, Boarding Pass Printing, Internet Café.. Ballroom A:.. Educational Sessions, Clinical Science Forum, Case Discussion Sessions and Poster Discussion Sessions.. Ballroom B:.. Educational Sessions, Basic Science Forums and Poster Discussion Sessions.. Exhibit Hall A B:.. Poster Sessions (Wednesday-Friday), Poster Reprints, Continental Breakfast (Thursday-Friday), Reception (Wednesday-Friday), Food Court, Grab Go lunch concessions.. Exhibit Hall C:.. Exhibits, Poster Session (Saturday), Product Theatre, Wi-Fi Lounge, First Aid station, Loading Dock (for exhibitors), Dining: Continental Breakfast (Wednesday Saturday), Concessions.. Exhibit Hall D:.. Educational Sessions, General Sessions, Award Lectures, Plenary Lectures, Mini-symposia.. Concourse (2nd) level.. Park View Atrium: Press Room,.. Speaker Lounge.. Room 206 A-B: Career Development Forum.. Contact Information.. Cancer Therapy Research Center at UT Health Science Center San Antonio.. 7979 Wurzbach Road, MC 8224.. San Antonio, TX 78229 USA.. FAX:.. Hours subject to change.. Tuesday, December 4.. Registration 8:00 AM 7:30 PM.. Program 2:00 PM 7:30 PM.. Wednesday, December 5.. Registration 7:00 AM 5:15 PM.. Program 7:45 AM 7:00 PM.. Exhibits 11:00 AM 5:00 PM.. Thursday, December 6.. Registration 6:45 AM 5:15 PM.. Program 7:00 AM 7:00 PM.. Friday, December 7.. Saturday, December 8.. Registration 6:45 AM 9:00 AM.. Program 7:00 AM 11:00 AM.. Career Development.. The session is open to early-career scientists, defined as graduate students, postdoctoral or clinical fellows, or medical students and residents, who are registered attendees of the 2012 SABCS.. Space in the workshop is limited to 200 participants; registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and is free of charge.. for registration information.. Arteaga, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.. Chamness, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.. Margaret Foti, American Association for Cancer Research, Philadelphia, PA.. Hilsenbeck, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.. Ismail Jatoi, UT Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX.. Kent Osborne, Dan L.. Duncan Cancer Center, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.. Ravdin, UT Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX.. Andrea Richardson, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA.. Ian M.. Thompson, Jr.. , UT Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX.. Arteaga, AACR (Co-Chair), Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.. Melissa Bondy, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.. Chamness, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX (ex-officio).. Eric Chang, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.. Richard L.. Crownover, UT Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX.. Davidson, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, Pittsburgh, PA.. Margaret Foti, American Association for Cancer Research, Philadelphia, PA (ex-officio).. Frederik Leeb-Lundberg, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Edinburg RAHC, Edinburg, TX.. Michael T.. Lewis, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.. Rong Li, UT Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX.. Kent Osborne (Co-Chair), Dan L.. Duncan Cancer Center, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.. Charles M.. Perou, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.. Susan Rafte, Pink Ribbons Project, Houston, TX.. Amelie G.. Ramirez, UT Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX.. Ravdin (Co-Chair), UT Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX.. Mothaffar Rimawi, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.. , Indiana University Simon Cancer Center, Indianapolis, IN.. Sandi Stanford, Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation, San Antonio, TX.. Nicholas Turner, Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UNITED KINGDOM.. Laura J.. van t Veer, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.. Eric P.. Winer, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA.. Douglas Yee, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.. Xiang (Shawn) Zhang, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.. The UT Health Science Center San Antonio School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.. The UT Health Science Center San Antonio School of Medicine designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 41.. 25.. AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.. The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio School of Medicine Continuing Medical Education Office.. reviews.. financial disclosure information for all persons in a position to control educational content and identifies and resolves all conflicts of interest.. Disclosure information is now available.. Abstract Submission Opens.. March 1, 2012.. Hotel Reservations Opens.. Registration Opens.. Group Registration Opens.. March 15, 2012.. Abstract Submission Deadline.. June 12, 2012.. Abstract Correction Deadline.. July 31, 2012.. Abstract Notifications.. August 2012.. Scholarship Notifications.. September 2012.. Advance Registration Discount Deadline.. October 31, 2012.. Advance Registration Deadline.. November 16, 2012.. Hotel Reservation Deadline.. Registration Cancellation Deadline.. Symposium Begins.. December 4, 2012.. Symposium Ends.. December 8, 2012.. Everyone must register in order to attend.. Discounted rates are available through October 31.. Registration, including online registration, will close after November 16.. If you miss the deadline you must register on site.. Registration will be CLOSED from November 17 through December 3.. Registration will resume on site at 8:00 am on December 4.. All payments must be in US currency, and payment must accompany registration.. Symposium badges will be mailed to pre-registrants prior to the symposium.. All participants receive their symposium materials and badge holders at SABCS registration.. For security purposes, all attendees picking up their badges onsite must present a photo ID in order to receive their badge.. Please be sure to bring your photo ID with you to the Henry B.. Registration Category.. Discount.. before 10/31/12.. Full Price.. after 10/31/12.. Regular Registration.. $450.. $600.. Regular Registration: AACR members.. $400.. $550.. Regular Registration: UTHSCSA BCM staff faculty.. (Valid ID required w/registration).. $200.. $275.. Postdoctoral MD in training.. Postdoctoral PhD in training.. Patient Advocate.. (Must provide name of the organization you are representing).. Press.. $0.. Student.. If your pre-registration is postmarked or faxed after the cutoff date, it will not be processed.. Beginning March 1, you can register online or download and print out a registration form in PDF format, until November 16.. After that date, you must register on site in Bridge Hall at the Henry B.. For further information please.. Please fax the.. press/media registration form.. with these valid credentials to Lauren Riley, American Association for Cancer Research, at 215-440-9319.. Please refer to.. Group Registrations must be received by November 16.. SABCS encourages all attendees to take advantage of early On Site Registration on Tuesday, December 4, 8:00 am 7:30 pm.. All registration counters will be open, including on-site, pre-registered with badge registration, press and exhibitor.. Registration will be located in Bridge Hall at the Henry B.. All those who registered before the deadline and have their badge, should proceed to the Pre-Registered with Badge counters in Bridge Hall to receive meeting materials and a badge holder.. Badges are required in order to pick up meeting materials.. Individuals who missed the pre-registration deadline must register on site at the On-Site Registration counters in Bridge Hall.. All Exhibitors must check in at the Exhibitor registration counter.. All exhibitors and staff must register.. No one will be allowed on the floor  ...   username password which will allow access to 2012 SABCS abstracts, posters, slides, and webcast of oral presentations online.. Abstracts Online:.. searchable version of the SABCS abstracts, will be available to attendees during the symposium.. Abstracts will be posted on the day of presentation.. Check our website.. These abstracts will also be published in the symposium s abstract book, a special supplement to the AACR journal.. Cancer Research.. which is available to each attendee in either print or as a PDF on a USB drive.. Please select your preferred format when registering.. Slides.. : will be available to view by attendees after the presentation.. Select slides will be downloadable, author permitting.. Presentations are updated twice daily during the symposium.. Posters Online:.. searchable version of the posters will be posted on line for attendees to view during the symposium, author permitting.. Webcast:.. Selected oral presentations, including slides, will be available to attendees within 48 hours after the symposium.. All oral presentations for which the authors have given permission will be posted in a fully produced webcast approximately 8 weeks following the symposium.. 2012 SABCS abstracts, posters, slides, and webcasts of oral presentations will be made available online to non-attendees January 1, 2013.. At this time, SABCS plans to keep all of the above available on line for 3 years.. Event Guide.. You can use the.. Online Presentation Search, Itinerary Builder and Exhibitor Guide.. to search for presentations and exhibitors.. You also may create your own itinerary, which then may be exported to your email calendar and printed.. The online exhibitor guide lets you search for specific exhibitor information such as product categories or contact information.. You can even map out your time on the exhibit floor by using the interactive floor plan on the site.. Mobile App.. Download the SABCS app to your smartphone by texting.. SABCS.. App to.. 80802.. You will receive a text message reply with a link to download the SABCS mobile application.. Standard data rates may apply.. (This option is only available through US operators.. ).. or.. Enter.. m.. ascendmedia.. into your mobile browser to then start your download.. SABCS custom mobile app works across all Smartphone platforms.. (Full service will be available on iPhone and Android devices; limited service on others.. Downloadable App allow SABCS attendees instant, constantly updated, and relevant access to:.. Searchable abstract database that links to sessions.. Sessions can be stored as an individual itinerary builder.. Searchable Exhibitor Guide by alpha and category.. Twitter Feed.. Entertainment and Meeting Information.. Text Alerts.. In addition, SABCS text alerts are available if you desire.. Receive important on-site SABCS updates sent directly to your phone by opting in today.. By texting to the shortcode below, you choose to receive texts December 4-8, 2012.. Text.. SABCS 12.. to.. to opt-in for SABCS text alerts.. SABCS Stop.. to end.. Standard text message rates apply.. A daily newsletter featuring highlights of the symposium, late breaking revised abstracts, schedule changes and other news is published during the symposium.. It is distributed on site and posted at.. org/PastSymposia/index.. asp#newsletters.. 1000-1050 presentations.. Abstract books, a special supplement to the AACR journal.. Cancer Research,.. will be available online, in print or as a PDF on a USB drive.. Each SABCS registrant will receive a log-in password which will allow access to SABCS abstract book, abstracts, slides posters on line.. Abstract books are also available either in print or as a PDF on a USB drive.. Attendees will receive the abstract book at registration in the format requested when they registered.. All authors must comply with the Symposium embargo policy, which states that no author is to provide information regarding the abstract or related research to be presented during the Symposium to the media or public prior to the scheduled time of presentation at the 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.. A statement verifying your attendance at the 2012 symposium will be available online along with the evaluation.. A printable certificate of credit for physicians or certificate of attendance for non-physicians will be available.. 2012 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Certificate of Attendance/CME Certificate/Evaluation and Post-Conference Survey will be available exclusively in an electronic format this year.. Your participation in completing these evaluations is very important to us.. The SABCS Planning Committee reviews the feedback very closely to determine how to improve the program from year to year.. SABCS must have an accurate e-mail address in order to send your personalized link to the Certificate of Attendance/CME Certificate/Evaluation.. For your convenience in completing your Certificate of.. Attendance/CME Certificate/Evaluation, you will receive e-mail invitations daily containing a link to evaluate and record CME for the sessions you attended.. You will also have the opportunity to access.. the survey on your PDA or other mobile device.. Free wi-fi is available throughout the symposium.. Once you have your link, you can select any of the meeting days and individual sessions to evaluate online during the SABCS and for approximately six weeks after.. NEW! Self-Serve Certificates of Attendance and CME certificates Once you complete the Program Evaluation and Post-Conference Evaluation Survey you will be able to print your own certificate.. Nurses and other healthcare professionals will receive a Certificate of Attendance.. For information on applicability and acceptance, please consult your professional licensing board.. Due to liability restrictions and concerns, children under eighteen years of age may not participate in any part of this symposium.. Still photography is allowed for personal use only.. Publication of any photos is prohibited without the express permission of SABCS.. In order to take photos for publication journalists must be registered as press.. Ringing phones and conversations make it difficult for your colleagues to fully benefit from SABCS sessions.. To provide an environment conducive to education, we ask that you observe the following courtesies while inside the symposium.. :.. Please turn your cellular phone off or switch to a silent mode.. If receiving a call, please immediately put the call on hold and.. move to a foyer or similar area to use your phone.. If making a call, we ask that you move to a foyer or similar area.. to initiate your call.. Wi-Fi Internet Café.. NEW! SABCS will offer wireless service throughout the symposium.. Connection setting information and a support specialist will be available onsite.. The SABCS will operate two Internet Cafés with approximately 30 computers for internet and e-mail access located in Bridge Hall and Exhibit Hall C.. Wireless internet access will be available throughout the symposium.. Connection setting information will be available in the symposium materials.. Attendees may leave and receive messages at the SABCS Information/Message Center.. Messages will be emailed to attendees.. Literature racks will be available for non-profit organizations only for posting of brochures, which must not exceed 8 x11 inches.. Please contact the Symposium office at.. for instructions.. Information boards will be located in Bridge Hall.. Please contact the.. Symposium office.. Climate Comfort.. The average temperature in San Antonio in December ranges from 45 F to 65 F (7 C to 18 C).. Remember that meeting rooms are usually kept quite cool, so dress accordingly.. For such a large audience, it is necessary to maintain a lower temperature than is comfortable for everyone.. The Henry B.. Gonzalez Convention Center is a non-smoking facility.. No smoking is allowed anywhere in the building.. Although SABCS does not sponsor any recreational activities, visitors to the city may obtain such information from the website of San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau (.. visitsanantonio.. ).. Creative Dining Entertainment staff will recommend and make your individual and/or group reservations at San Antonio s most enjoyable restaurants and/or catering venues! The staff can also help you arrange your rental car, golf tee time, other entertainment and relaxation needs.. Their service, is free, and is available now either by phone 210-632-1825, fax 210-468-0674, e-mail.. or website.. Staff will also be available onsite during the symposium in West Registration during the following hours:.. Tuesday, Dec.. 11:30 AM 7:30 PM.. 11:00 AM 8:00 PM..

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  • Title: San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium: Program Schedule - Schedule at a Glance
    Descriptive info: Quick Links.. Career Development Forum Reg Form.. Schedule at a Glance.. Product Theatre Schedule.. Daily Schedule:.. Tue.. 12/4/2012.. Wed.. 12/5/2012.. Thu.. 12/6/2012.. Fri.. 12/7/2012.. Sat.. 12/8/2012.. Poster Sessions:.. Poster Session 1.. Poster Session 2.. Poster Session 3.. Poster Session 4.. Poster Session 5.. Poster Session 6.. Poster Session OT1.. Poster Session OT2.. Poster Session OT3.. Poster Discussions:.. Poster Discussion 1.. Poster Discussion 2.. Poster Discussion 3.. Poster Discussion 4.. Poster Discussion 5.. Poster Discussion 6.. Poster Discussion 7.. Poster Discussion 8.. Poster Discussion 9.. Poster Discussion 10.. > Schedule at a Glance.. Tuesday, 12/4/12.. 8:00 am - 7:30.. pm.. - Bridge Hall.. 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm.. Career Development Forum: A Networking Session for Young Investigators.. Room 206 A-B.. Networking and career development opportunities for early career scientists.. The session is open to early-career scientists, defined as graduate students, postdoctoral or clinical fellows, or medical students and residents, who are registered attendees of the SABCS.. 2:00 pm - 7:30 pm.. Educational Sessions.. - Ballrooms A B and Exhibit Hall D.. Supported by an educational grant from Susan G.. An update on advances in the technologies available for translational research.. Sessions are to provide people with a better understanding of the talks they hear using the techniques described.. These presentations also provide researchers with a guide to the techniques they should be considering for their studies.. 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm.. The Practical Use of Molecular Profiling.. Ballroom A.. Moderator: Peter M.. Ravdin, MD, PhD.. UT Health Science Center San Antonio.. San Antonio, TX.. Molecular profiling for in situ carcinoma of the breast.. Lawrence J.. Solin, MD, FACR, FASTRO.. Albert Einstein Medical Center.. Philadelphia, PA.. The practical use of molecular profiling: The view of a medical oncologist.. Antonio C.. Wolff, MD.. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.. Baltimore, MD.. Use of genomic tests in routine practice and clinical research in metastatic breast cancer.. Lajos Pusztai, MD, DPHIL.. Yale Cancer Center.. New Haven, CT.. Biology of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer.. Ballroom B.. Moderator:.. Nicholas Turner, MD.. Royal Marsden Hospital.. London, UNITED KINGDOM.. Triple negative breast cancer: Subtypes, molecular targets, and therapeutic approaches.. Jennifer A.. Pietenpol, PhD.. Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.. Nashville, TN.. The clonal and mutational evolution of primary triple negative breast cancers.. Samuel Aparicio, PhD.. University of British Columbia.. Vancouver, CANADA.. New vulnerabilities for TNBC from genetics to therapeutics.. Thomas Westbrook, PhD.. Baylor College of Medicine.. Houston, TX.. Clinical Trial Designs for New Therapies.. Exhibit Hall D.. Moderator: Susan G.. Hilsenbeck, PhD.. Baylor College of Medicine.. Houston, TX.. Early phase trials - What are they for?.. Hilsenbeck, PhD.. What agents should go into trials?.. Angela DeMichele, MD, MSCE.. University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.. What endpoints should we use?.. Clifford A.. Hudis, MD.. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.. New York, NY.. Randomized clinical trial designs: Still important.. Sally Hunsberger, PhD.. National Cancer Institute.. Rockville, MD.. What have we learned?.. 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm.. Navigating the Obstacles and Risks of Survivorship.. Susan W.. Rafte.. Pink Ribbons Project.. Emerging sexual pharmacology for the breast cancer survivor.. Michael Krychman, MD.. The Southern California Center for Sexual Health.. and Survivorship.. Newport Beach, CA.. Cognitive changes and breast cancer treatments.. Patricia A.. Ganz, MD.. University of California, Los Angeles.. Los Angeles, CA.. Risk of second primary breast cancer and other serious late complications issues among survivors of breast cancers.. Jonine L.. Bernstein, PhD.. Mammary Cell Lineages and Breast Cancer Subtypes.. Ballroom B.. Lewis, PhD.. Primitive normal human mammary cells - the forerunners of malignant populations.. Connie Eaves, PhD.. University of British Columbia.. Deciphering the cellular hierarchy of the mammary gland and its implication for breast cancer.. Marielle Ousset, PhD.. Welbio, Interdisciplinary Research Institute.. Bruxelles, BELGIUM.. Understanding human cancer with single cell genetics.. Nicholas E.. Navin, PhD.. UT MD Anderson Cancer Center.. Controversies in the Surgical Management of Breast Cancer.. Exhibit Hall D.. Moderator: Ismail Jatoi, MD, PhD, FACS.. Sentinel node biopsy in breast cancer: Before or after neoadjuvant chemotherapy.. Eleftherios Mamounas, MD.. Aultman Hospital.. Canton, OH.. Evolving trends in implant breast reconstruction.. Andrea L.. Pusic, MD, MHS, FRCSC.. The role of MRI in management of primary breast cancer.. Ismail Jatoi, MD, PhD, FACS.. San Antonio, TX.. 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm.. Tumor Dormancy and Late Recurrences.. - Ballroom A.. Sledge, Jr, MD.. Indiana University Simon Cancer Center.. Indianapolis, IN.. Mechanisms of breast cancer dormancy and recurrence.. Lewis A.. Chodosh, MD, PhD.. Perelman School of Medicine.. University of Pennsylvania.. Tumor dormancy from an experimental biologist's perspective.. Ann F.. Chambers, PhD.. London Regional Cancer Program.. London, CANADA.. Attacking tumor dormancy in the clinic: How Do  ...   Roussy Institute.. Villejuif, FRANCE.. 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm.. General Session 2.. - Exhibit Hall D.. 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm.. Komen for the Cure Brinker Awards for Scientific Distinction Lectures.. How Does HER2 Contribute to Breast Cancer Progression?.. Yosef Yarden, Ph.. Department of Biological Regulation.. Weizmann Institute of Science.. Rehovot, Israel.. Older Women and Breast Cancer: Challenges and Opportunities.. Hyman B.. Muss, M.. Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.. The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.. Chapel Hill, North Carolina.. 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm.. Poster Discussion 1: Endocrine Resistance.. reception - Ballroom A.. Poster Discussion 2: HER2.. reception - Ballroom B.. reception.. Exhibit Hall A-B.. 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm.. Open Satellite Event presented by Research to Practice - Marriott Rivercenter.. ONE YEAR LATER: The Practical Application of Research Advances in the Management of Early and Advanced Breast cancer.. For more information and to register visit.. researchtopractice.. com/Meetings/SA2012.. Thursday, 12/6/12.. 6:45 am - 5:15 pm.. 7:00 am - 9:00 am.. Poster Discussion 3: Metformin/Statins.. continental breakfast - Ballroom A.. Poster Discussion 4: Local Therapy Decision Making and DCIS.. continental breakfast - Ballroom B.. continental breakfast - Exhibit Halls A-B.. 9:00 am - 9:30 am.. Plenary Lecture 2.. Estrogen Receptor Cistrome: Implications for Breast Cancer.. Jason S.. Carroll, PhD.. Cancer Research UK, University of Cambridge.. Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM.. 9:30 am - 11:30 am.. General Session 3.. 11:30 am - 12:00 pm.. Komen for the Cure - Exhibit Hall D.. Breast Tumor Evolution: Drivers and Clinical Relevance.. Kornelia Polyak, MD, PhD.. Case Discussion 1.. Basic Science Forum.. - Ballroom B.. Epigenetics in Breast Cancer.. Moderator: Nancy E.. University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute.. Pittsburgh, PA.. Estrogen-mediated epigenetic gene silencing in luminal cancers.. Tim Hui-Ming Huang, PhD.. Translational implications of epigenetic gene regulation.. Stephen B.. Baylin, MD.. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.. Mini-Symposium 2.. Breast Density: Mechanisms and Clinical Implications.. Moderator: Melissa Bondy, PhD.. Genetics and epidemiology of mammographic breast density.. Celine M.. Vachon, PhD.. Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.. Rochester, MN.. Breast density: Mechanisms and clinical implications.. Norman Boyd, MD, DSC.. Ontario Cancer Institute.. Toronto, CANADA.. Biological basis of breast density and cancer risk.. Thea D.. Tlsty, PhD.. University of California, San Francisco.. San Francisco, CA.. 3:15 pm - 5:00 pm.. General Session 4.. Poster Discussion 5: Clinical Sequencing.. Poster Discussion 6: Ki67.. reception - Ballroom B.. reception - Exhibit Halls A-B.. 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm.. Open Satellite Event - presented by Clinical Care Options - Marriott Rivercenter.. HER2-Positive Breast Cancer: Applying the Latest Developments to Clinical Practice.. http://clinicaloptions.. com/HER2Positive.. Practical Answers to Your Clinical Challenges: Optimal Use of Bone-Modifying Agents in Breast Cancer.. com/BoneHealthBreastCancer.. Friday, 12/7/12.. 6:45 am - 5:15 pm.. Poster Discussion 7: Neoadjuvant Endocrine Therapy Bisphosphonates.. continental breakfast - Ballroom A.. Poster Discussion 8: Disparities.. continental breakfast - Exhibit Halls A-B.. Plenary Lecture 3.. Breast Radiotherapy: Fractionation and Other Fashions.. John Yarnold, MD.. Institute of Cancer Research.. Sutton, UNITED KINGDOM.. General Session 5.. 11:00 am - 5:00 pm.. 11:30 am- 12:00 pm.. AACR.. Distinguished Lectureship in.. Breast Cancer Research.. Genes and the Microenvironment: The Twosome of Gene Expression and Breast Cancer.. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.. Berkeley, CA.. 12:30 pm- 1:35 pm.. Case Discussion 2.. Molecular Imaging of Breast Cancer: Visualizing In Vivo Breast Cancer Biology.. Moderator: David A.. Mankoff, MD, PhD.. University of Pennsylvania Health System.. - PENN Medicine.. Philadelphia, PA.. Molecular imaging to characterize breast cancer models.. Molecular imaging for breast cancer patients.. David A.. Mini-Symposium 3.. Snp s - Germline Polymorphisms in Breast Cancer Susceptibility and Treatment Toxicity.. Moderator: Laura J.. van t Veer, PhD.. Germline polymorphisms and susceptibility to breast cancer.. Douglas Easton, PhD.. University of Cambridge.. Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM.. Exploring germline variability as predictors for therapy-induced toxicity.. Bryan P.. Schneider, MD, PhD.. Indiana University School of Medicine.. Identifying the real promise of genomic medicine.. James P.. Evans, MD, PhD.. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.. Chapel Hill, NC.. General Session 6.. Poster Discussion 9: DNA Repair.. Poster Discussion 10: Prognostic / Predictive.. Exhibit Halls A-B.. Saturday, 12/8/12.. 6:45 am - 9:00 am.. Poster Session 6.. continental breakfast - Exhibit Hall C.. 8:30 am - 9:00 am.. Plenary Lecture 4.. 1st International Consensus Guidelines Conference for Advanced Breast Cancer - ABC1.. Fatima Cardoso, MD.. Champalimaud Cancer Centre.. Lisbon, PORTUGAL.. 9:00 am - 11:00 am.. The Year in Review.. Moderator: C.. Advances in basic breast cancer research.. Rosen, PhD.. Discoveries in translational breast cancer research in 2012.. Douglas Yee, MD.. University of Minnesota.. Minneapolis, MN.. Adjuvant and neoadjuvant.. Kathy D.. Miller, MD.. Advances in the treatment of metastatic breast cancer.. 11:00 am.. Adjournment..

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