Personalized oncology is changing the cancer treatment landscape. Increasingly, patients are treated according to the distinct genetics of their tumors. To realize the full benefits of this shift, cancer patients and advocates must be engaged and informed. Cancer Commons has joined the Personalized Medicine World Conference (PMWC) to co-host a special two-day track for cancer patients and advocates. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss personalized medicine with each other and with researchers, clinicians, and industry leaders. Distinguished speakers will present the latest advances in personalized oncology and discuss its promise for the future.
PMWC is the largest and most established global conference on personalized medicine. It provides a platform for clinical, scientific, industry, and mobile health stakeholders to collaborate and catalyze further change. Cancer patients and advocates can register for the Patient & Advocate Program (Track 4) at a discounted fee.
PMWC 2014 will take place January 27-28, 2014, at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA.