The Affordable Cancer Technology (ACT 2021) Conference is a global oncology virtual event open to the public for the first time Sept. 23–24. The focus will be the intersection of technological innovation, cancer research, and global disparities, and it will bring together researchers, public health experts, policy advocates, and industry partners from all over the world. Panels of world-renowned experts will discuss the development of new technologies for low- and middle-income countries, conducting cancer research in low-resource settings, and promoting scale-up and sustainability of cancer prevention programs. Tedros Adhanom, the director-general of the World Health Organization, will open the conference.
The early registration discount ends Aug. 31.
Individuals are welcome to submit their abstracts. Selected abstracts will be presented to the audience of conference participants. Abstracts should be submitted in English and be 300 words or less. Instructions are available upon registration. The deadline to submit abstracts is Aug. 31.
This event is sponsored by Case Western Reserve University and presented by Basic Health International.