The NCRI Cancer Conference is the UK’s largest forum showcasing the latest advances in cancer research. The Conference provides a platform for researchers, clinicians, people affected by cancer and industry representatives to come together to discuss, present and showcase high-quality research. Informative and interactive education sessions attract over 1,500 delegates each year and create the ideal setting to establish new collaborations with key stakeholders in cancer research.

The NCRI Cancer Conference is the UK’s largest forum showcasing the latest advances in cancer research. The Conference provides a platform for researchers, clinicians, people affected by cancer and industry representatives to come together to discuss, present and showcase high-quality research. Informative and interactive education sessions attract over 1,500 delegates each year and create the ideal setting to establish new collaborations with key stakeholders in cancer research.

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Discover the latest research

We promise to deliver the best cancer research from around the world. Attend the Conference and choose from more than 50 educational sessions, read over 500 abstracts, and network with experts.

Whilst our team work hard to create an exceptional programme for 2018, check out the programme from the 2017 Conference.

View 2017 programme

Raise your profile

Want to raise your profile in the cancer research community? At the NCRI Cancer Conference there are a number of opportunities for you to target a multidisciplinary audience of oncology professionals.

Choose from a wide range of sponsorship and exhibition packages to demonstrate your commitment to cancer research in the UK.

Reserve your stand

Share your findings

Submit an abstract at the Conference to showcase your research to over 1,500 delegates, receive feedback from your peers and gain recognition in the cancer research community.

Abstract submission details for 2018 will be released shortly...in the meantime browse and search abstracts from previous Conferences.

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