This is an exciting time for lung cancer professionals from Latin America and around the world to share the most up-to-date information regarding the science and advances in the treatment of lung cancer and the 7th Latin American Lung Cancer Conference (LALCA 2016), taking place August 25 – 27, 2016 at the Riu Panama Hotel in Panama City, Panama will be the perfect forum to do so.
International and national speakers will participate in the Scientific Program and their presentations will provide a platform to discuss the latest developments in basic science and clinical treatment.
The Conference will start with a pre-conference day which includes a half day anti-tobacco forum as well as a Young Investigator’s Session, followed by a two-day meeting. The Scientific Program will feature basic and translational research, molecular diagnosis and prognostic factors, early diagnosis, targeted and individualized therapies, surgical and clinical management of lung cancer including radiotherapy and supportive care.
Simultaneous translation English ⇔ Spanish will be provided for all sessions.
For sponsorship & exhibit information, please contact:
International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC)
13100 East Colfax Avenue, Suite 10
Aurora, Colorado 80011
Phone: +1 720 325 2951
Fax: +1 720 325 2848
email: pia.hirsch at iaslc.org
The Conference Secretariat (International Conference Services) is the official housing bureau for the LALCA 2016 Conference and will offer assistance with the coordination of housing requirements for the Conference. Special room rates have been negotiated at the Conference venue, the Riu Panama Hotel, and will be available to Conference delegates only.
Although the association and the housing bureau have done their due diligence and negotiated the lowest possible group rate, we cannot predict future specials hosted by competing hotels. However, we urge all sponsors, exhibitors and delegates to book at the official LALCA Conference hotel. The success of IASLC and LALCA depends on delegates, and exhibitors using the contracted hotel.
IASLC/LALCA cannot meet contracted room obligations if registrants, sponsors and exhibitors reserve rooms outside the official hotel. Rooms that are not filled because of that, create an expense for the Association in the form of financial penalties (attrition fees) and place the financial success of the Conference and the Association at risk, which increases with each delegate, sponsor and exhibitor who stays outside the Conference hotel or books the hotel through channels other than the official housing bureau.