We invite you to join us for the inaugural Atlanta Precision Oncology Symposium (APOS), a one-day continuing education program that will focus on current approaches to integrating and applying precision medicine into managing patients with breast, lung, and genitourinary cancers. Precision medicine, also known as personalized or individualized medicine, has been a longstanding dream for cancer patients and doctors. The last decade has brought amazing progress on this front. Thanks to the advent of precision medicine and the growing list of targeted therapies that have revolutionized the management of liquid and solid tumors, doctors can now rationally select treatments for cancer patients.
APOS is a pioneering educational program designed to present the complexities of oncology precision medicine in an organized, simplified, friendly fashion, so that they can be understood and properly applied to clinical medicine. Experts in the fields of breast, lung, and genitourinary cancers will share the latest precision medicine advances and practical integration into the clinic. The program will be of interest to those practicing in the context of academia, as well as those in the community oncology environ. Practitioners attending APOS will emerge from the program updated on recent data and armed with new tools to help them integrate precision medicine approaches into their daily clinical practice.
This meeting has been planned and will be implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the ACCME. CME, CNE, and pharmacy credit will also be offered.
3315 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA, 30326
A limited block of rooms has been reserved for APOS at a group rate of $149. Identify yourself as part of the APOS 2019 group when calling reservations.