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AACR Annual Meeting 2015

​Webcasts

The complete AACR Annual Meeting 2015 Webcast is now available. Meeting attendees who purchased access to the webcast received login information via email on May 13. Attendees who purchased access but did not receive login information should contact webcast@aacr.org.

As in previous years, the AACR will make webcasts of the Opening Ceremony, the major Plenary Sessions, the Clinical Trials Plenary Sessions, and the Award Lectures available free to all users. In addition, exclusive online streaming access to the audio and slides of all other scientific sessions presented at the AACR Annual Meeting 2015 is available for purchase at a rate of $299 for AACR members and $399 for non-members.* Webcast access includes the following:

  • Presentation slides synchronized with recorded audio presentations
  • Speakers’ mouse movements captured and included in playback
  • Available on compatible mobile devices and smartphones such as iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone, and Android devices
  • Presentations searchable by session title, presentation title, and speaker name
  • Exclusive access to online content for 15 months after the Annual Meeting

Free Access to Professional Advancement Session Webcasts for AACR Members
Beginning in 2014, webcasts of selected Professional Advancement Session presentations are available free to AACR members in good standing. Access to these career development sessions is a member benefit and is only available to current AACR members. Professional Advancement Session webcasts for the 2014 and 2015 Annual Meetings are now available. Members in good standing who have already created a webcast portal account can log in and view these sessions. Members in good standing who do not have a webcast account can create an account to begin viewing the career development webcasts (AACR member ID number required).

Free Scientific Session Webcasts
As in previous years, the AACR has made freely available the webcasts of the major plenary sessions, award lectures, and NIH/NCI-sponsored sessions. More than 30 sessions (representing more than 40 hours of content) are available free to all users, including the following sessions*:

*Participation in the AACR Annual Meeting Webcast is left to the discretion of each speaker. As a result, some presentations may not be available for webcast, and some webcast presentations may not include all slides.