CONFERENCES & COURSES


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▪ JuneJune 1–3 MadridMadrid Breast Cancer Conference: Changes in the Treatment of Breast CancerBn&Co Congress Management, Paseo de la Castellana 179 - 5° B1, 28046 Madrid, Spain; +34 91 571 93 90;www.madridbreastcancer.comJune 1–3 North Bethesda, MDAccelerating Anticancer Agent Development and ValidationKaren McCaffrey, ASCO, 1900 Duke St., Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314; (703) 299–1071;www.acceleratingworkshop.orgJune 1–3 San FranciscoAmerican Brachytherapy Society Annual MeetingABS, 12100 Sunset Hills Rd., Suite 130, Reston, VA 20190; (703) 234–4078;www.americanbrachytherapy.orgJune 1–4 Athens, GreeceReach to Recovery International Breast Cancer Support ConferencesHellenic Association of Women with Breast Cancer, 10 Messoghion Ave., 11527 Athens, Greece; +302107486006;www.breastcancerhellas.gr, www.uicc.orgJune 2–5 BudapestEuropean Society for Medical Oncology Scientific & Educational ConferenceESMO Head Office, Via la Santa 7, 6962 Viganello-Lugano, Switzerland; +41 (0)91 973 1900;www.esmo.orgJune 2–5 San DiegoHematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association ConferenceHOPA, 305 West Country Dr., Duluth, GA 30097; (877) 508-0836;www.hopaconference.orgJune 2–5 StockholmEHA-10: Annual Meeting of the European Haematology AssociationInquiries: Eurocongres Conference Management, Jan van Goyenkade 11, Amsterdam - NL-1075 HP, Netherlands; +31 20 679 3411; fax +31 20 673 7306;info@ehaweb.org; www.eurocongres.com/eha2003June 4 New York CityASCO Review East 2005Imedex, Inc., 70 Technology Dr., Alpharetta, GA 30005; (770) 751–7332;www.imedex.com/calendars/oncology.htmJune 4–7 Ascona, SwitzerlandMalignant LymphomaEuropean School of Oncology, Bellinzona Office, IOSI Bldg, Ospedale Reg. Bellinzona e Valli, CH-6500, Bellinzona, Switzerland; +41 91 8118050;www.cancerworld.org/esoJune 5–9 AtlantaAmerican Society for Microbiology 105th General MeetingASM, 1752 N St. NW, Washington, DC 20036; (202) 942–9356;www.asm.orgJune 6–7 SeattleUltrasound-Guided Transperineal Brachytherapy for Early Stage Prostate CancerSeattle Prostate Institute, 1101 Madison, Ste. 1101, Seattle, WA 98102; (206) 215–2490;www.seattleprostate.comJune 6–8 MilanConference on Advances in Radiation TherapyEuropean School of Oncology, Viale Beatrice D'Este, 37, 20122 Milan, Italy; +39 02 8546451;www.cancerworld.org/esoJune 6–9 Cambridge, MACritical Issues in Tumor Microcirculation, Angiogenesis and MetastasisInquiries: Harvard Medical School, Dept. of Continuing Education, Steele Laboratory, Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Cox 7, MGH, Boston, MA 02114; (617) 384–8600;hms-cme@hms.harvard.edu; http://steele.mgh.harvard.edu/June 8–11 PhiladelphiaEra of Hope—Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program MeetingSuzanne Bulson, Science Applications International Corporation, 5340 Spectrum Dr. Suite N, Frederick, MD 21703; (301) 228–3125;http://cdmrp.army.mil/bcrp/era/default.htmJune 8–11 Lugano, SwitzerlandInternational Conference on Malignant Lymphoma9-ICML Congress Office, viale Cattaneo 25, CH-6900, Lugano, Switzerland; + 41 91 921 45 61; www.lymphcon.chJune 8–12 Halifax, Nova ScotiaWorld Conference on Breast CancerWorld Breast Cancer Organization, c/o Conference Planner, PO Box 259, Port Robinson, ON, Canada L0S 1K0; (877) 811–9222;www.wbco.ca/conference2005.html, www.uicc.orgJune 9–10 San FranciscoPain Management and End-of-Life CareUCSF Office of CME, 3333 California St., Rm. 450, San Francisco, CA 94118; (415) 476–4251;http://cme.ucsf.eduJune 9–11 St. Louis, MOAmerican Alliance of Cancer Pain Initiatives (AACPI) Annual MeetingLorre Kolb, AACPI, 1300 University Avenue, #4720, Madison, WI 53706; (608) 265–4013;