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2015 NCCRT Annual Meeting

The National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable’s (NCCRT’s) 2015 Annual Meeting is will take place on Thursday, November 19th and Friday, November 20th in Bethesda, MD.   We have optional pre-conference sessions on Wednesday, November 18th.

This year we are showcasing innovative and successful efforts in our goal to reach 80% screened for colorectal cancer by 2018. We are excited to add energy to our work to achieve 80% by 2018 and to strengthen the commitment of the more than 100 member organizations and over 500 pledged partners that have embraced this shared goal. We look forward to meeting with all of you to explore how we can best work together to make greater progress, prevent more cancers and save more lives.

We are expect this year’s annual meeting to reach capacity, so please register and reserve your hotel room soon. And since we are expecting record attendance this year, we are looking to our members to help support the 2015 NCCRT Annual Meeting. Please visit our Sponsorship Opportunities  webpage to learn more.

For the current meeting agenda, click here

We sincerely thank you for your continued support of the Roundtable’s mission, and we look forward to seeing you at our 19th Annual Meeting.


Richard Wender, MD                   Robert Smith, PhD                       Mary Doroshenk, MA

Chair                                                  Vice-Chair                                        Director, NCCRT


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