You will need to submit your abstract in four main sections: Background, Methods, Results, and Conclusions. Abstracts must be no more than 300 words long. Acknowledgements and References are optional fields and are not included in the total word count.
You can submit your work in these broad themes:
- Cancer cell and model systems
- Diagnosis and therapy
- Epidemiology and prevention
- Information, patients and the public
- Health service research
- Survivorship and end of life care
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All abstracts will be considered for presentation in these formats:
- poster session
- parallel session
- Clinical Trials Showcase
- Spotlight Theatre
Please note that case reports will not be accepted for presentation at this Conference.
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Abstracts that will have been presented at other Conferences will, if accepted, be eligible for presentation at the NCRI Cancer Conference.
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Amendments and withdrawals
You can log in to the submission system to make any amends you like to your abstract while abstract submission is open, including changes to data or results.
Once abstract submission has closed you may only request to amend minor errors such as typos or misspellings. You cannot change abstract data, results, or conclusions at that point.
Requests to amend or withdraw abstracts once abstract submission has closed must be submitted by email by 15 September 2014.