The European Multidisciplinary Colorectal Cancer Congress (EMCCC) is the European conference that truly provides a platform
for in-depth multidisciplinary interaction among the various research areas involved. The Dutch Colorectal Cancer Group
(DCCG) has taken the initiative for the EMCCC since 2001. The conference in 2019 builds upon eight previous successful
multidisciplinary conferences on colorectal cancer which were held in the Netherlands, Germany and France. The EMCCC offers
an intimate scientific/educational environment for more than 700 participants.
Colorectal cancer is one of the most common types of malignancies and much progress has been made in recent years in understanding
the biology and treatment of this disease. These developments encompass almost the full research area including
genetics, biology, pathology/prognostic markers, surgery, screening, systemic treatment, radiotherapy, and imaging. This
implies that both pre-clinical and clinical research is becoming much more multidisciplinary oriented.
The conference will have separate workshops on surgery, medical oncology, radiotherapy, pathology, imaging, gastroenterology,
and genetics, but all other sessions are plenary in order to have optimal interaction between all disciplines. The
format of the conference consists of workshops, keynote lecture, controversy sessions, satellite symposia, and oral and poster
presentations on prevention and screening, diagnosis and follow-up, translational research, multidisciplinary management,
genetics, evaluation of treatment, and updates on randomized CRC trials.
The meeting will be hosted in Ergife Palace Hotel, Rome, Italy from 7 March until 9 March 2021.
Ergife Palace Hotel, 619 Via Aurelia, Roma, 00165, Italy
General Admission: EUR 10.0