European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO)
1975 Nice France
1975, Nice (France), as Société européenne de médecine interne cancérologique. Current title adopted, 1980. Registered in accordance with Swiss law.
Improve quality of prevention, diagnosis, treatment, supportive and palliative care, as well as follow-up of patients with malignant disorders; foster and facilitate research; advance the art, science, recognition and practice of oncology; generate and disseminate knowledge to cancer patients and the public; educate and train persons involved in clinical cancer care and research; promote education in oncology so as to ensure a high standard of qualification of medical oncologists within the multidisciplinary team; promote equal access to optimal cancer care of all cancer patients; maintain liaisons with other key oncology stakeholders.
Events2022-09-09 | Paris, France – Annual Congress
2022-05-03 | Berlin, Germany – Breast Cancer Congress
2021-12-08 | Geneva, Switzerland – Immuno-Oncology Congress
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Board; Permanent Committees (12); Working Groups (13); Faculty Groups (21).
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