April 18 - 22, 2015
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Accreditation StatementThe American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education activities for physicians.
Credit Designation StatementThe AACR has designated this live activity for a maximum of 45.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Credit certification for individual sessions may vary, dependent upon compliance with the ACCME Accreditation Criteria. The final number of credits may vary from the maximum number indicated above.
Claiming (CME) CreditPhysicians and other health care professionals seeking AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM for this live continuing medical education activity must complete the CME Request for Credit Survey by Wednesday, June 1, 2016. Certificates may be printed online after completing the Request for Credit Survey.
Statement of Educational Need, Target Audience, and Learning ObjectivesNew technologies, scientific advances, and exponential developments in the field of translational cancer medicine have led to changes in oncology practice and significant patient benefit. By bridging the gap between what physicians understand about cancer biology and the clinical applications, this meeting aids basic researchers, physicians, and clinician-scientists in obtaining, synthesizing, and integrating the most cutting-edge research. This exposure is essential for the implementation of best practices, such as the most current molecular-based tests to aid in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer. Through this participation translational and clinical investigators, and physicians, will obtain a better understanding of the wider context of their research in the "bench-to-bedside" continuum.
After participating in this CME activity, physicians should be able to:
Identify technological advances and tools to accelerate progress in cancer research, improve early detection, and early intervention, with the ultimate goal of extending patients' lives and improving their quality of life.
Explain the integration of information from basic and translational sciences to drug development, clinical research, and application of new findings.
Integrate the use of biomarkers and other indicators to improve patient selection (or stratification) for clinical trials.
Incorporate the latest research findings regarding therapies and treatment options including immunotherapy in a variety of cancer types in order to improve patient outcomes.
Formulate new strategies that will further scientific and clinical research efforts towards the prevention and early detection of cancer.
Develop collaborations amongst physicians, researchers, and clinician-scientists to advance the cause of treating and preventing cancer.
Disclosure StatementIt is the policy of the AACR that the information presented at AACR CME activities will be unbiased and based on scientific evidence. To help participants make judgments about the presence of bias, the AACR will provide information that Program Committee members and speakers have disclosed about financial relationships they have with commercial entities that produce or market products or services related to the content of this CME activity. This disclosure information will be made available in the Program/Proceedings of this conference.
Acknowledgement of Financial or Other SupportThis activity is supported by grants and will be disclosed at the activity.
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