The ABC Award is aimed at recognising a researcher, physician, nurse or patient advocate who has made an outstanding and impacting contribution in the field of advanced breast cancer throughout his/her career.
| || || ||The first ABC Award - in recognition
of his work on discovering fundamental, clinically-relevant biological
and molecular mechanisms for metastases including site specificity,
latency, self-seeding and the role of the microenvironment in
colonization and drug resistance - was assigned to Joan Massagué. |
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| || || ||The second ABC Award - in
recognition for his work on metastatic breast cancer, especially
improving the management of metastatic cancer to bone, resulting in
preservation and improvement in quality of life of patients worldwide -
was assigned to Robert E. Coleman.|
For the third ABC Award, nominations will be assessed.
• The nominee must not have already received the ABC Award;
• The award recipient will be chosen on the basis of his/her accomplishment. No bearing will be given to his/her race, gender, nationality, religious or political views
• Nominees may not nominate themselves.
• If any of the members of the ABC Scientific Committee is nominated, he/she will excuse him/herself from all the nomination discussion, selection and approval.
• The final selection will be made by the ABC4 Scientific Committee.
Nominations should be submitted by 28 April 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org through a letter which should:
• Be limited to 1.000 words;
• Include a concise description of the candidate's accomplishments and a description of how this contribution has changed practice in the field of advanced breast cancer. The letter may include reference to publications.
• CV of nominated person
The recipient will receive an award certificate and will be invited to make a presentation during ABC4.