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ABC conference & guidelines

The Advanced Breast Cancer International Consensus Conference has established itself as a major international breast cancer conference. Its primary aim is the development of international consensus guidelines for the management of ABC.

The ABC7 Conference is now available on-demand for registered participants.

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10 actions for change

ABC Global charter

The ABC Global Charter aims to drive change in the care of patients with ABC, tailoring actions to make them relevant and feasible for different geographies and capacities. The Actions for Change aim to achieve near and longer-term goals, to give patients a voice, bring patient needs to the fore for driving decision-making and ultimately improve and extend their lives.

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Events & Webinars


February 2024
18:00 - 19:15 CET

Highlights from ABC 7 International Consensus Conference

On demand


March 2024
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November 2025
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Advanced Breast Cancer EIGHTH  International Consensus Conference

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Covid-19 and Cancer

Covid-19 and Cancer

People with cancer, cancer survivors, and those with compromised immune systems and other chronic medical conditions may be at a higher risk for the more severe form of COVID-19. We want to share with you some resources to inform patients and support oncology professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hard-to-Reach ABC/mBC Communities Toolkit

Hard-to-Reach ABC/mBC Communities Toolkit

To address the critical unmet need in access to care for hard-to-reach populations with advanced/metastatic breast cancer (ABC/MBC), the ABC Global Alliance and Pfizer have collaborated to develop a toolkit of relevant, community-based initiatives and best practice summary documents that aims to drive collaboration across the global ABC/MBC community.

Global breast cancer initiative implementation framework

This Initiative strives to reduce breast cancer mortality by 2.5% per year, which over a 20-year period can save 2.5 million lives. The purpose of this core technical package is to outline a pathway for incremental, sustainable improvements tailored to country-specific needs based on three key strategies and objectives: health promotion for early detection; timely diagnosis; and comprehensive breast cancer management.
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