2022 World Cancer Congress

UICC’s 2022 World Cancer Congress will take place on 18-20 October in Geneva, a global health hub where UICC is headquartered. Driven by the theme, “Committed to global collaboration and knowledge sharing to accelerate progress in cancer control”, the 2022 Congress will be a combination of exclusive on-site events and virtual components, such as on-demand sessions and podcasts aimed at a worldwide audience.

The 2022 World Cancer Congress is designed to maximise opportunities for participants to interact, make connections and exchange knowledge and expertise. High-level keynotes, "Big Debates" and cutting-edge sessions, roundtables and abstract presentations will cover the full spectrum of cancer control.

Once again, the UICC World Cancer Congress will play its core role of convening and uniting the cancer and NCD communities, and drive progress in reducing the global burden of cancer through the power of knowledge sharing and collective action.

 

Latest World Cancer Congress news
Branded image of UICC's World Cancer Congress, featuring the iconic Jet d'Eau in Geneva, where UICC is headquartered and where WCC2022 will take place
15 February 2022
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World Cancer Congress programme and call for abstracts

Discover the preliminary programme for the 2022 World Cancer Congress and submit an abstract that will be available to all participants.

Promotional banner for UICC's World Cancer Congress 2022 taking place in Geneva, Switzerland on 18-20 October.
10 January 2022
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World Cancer Congress 2022: a milestone for the global cancer community

The World Cancer Congress is returning in 2022 in a live format for actors in cancer control around the world to connect and learn from each other. An opportunity not to be missed!

People seated in an auditorium listening to a session on cancer control
Spotlight on WCC2022
4 October 2021
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World Cancer Congress 2022: Call for Sessions

UICC has now opened a call for sessions for the World Cancer Congress 2022. Proposals can be submitted until 30 November 2021.

Last update: 
Wednesday 6 April 2022
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