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This meeting is directed at bringing together cancer researchers and clinicians from all over the world to exchange their most current ideas, research findings, and clinical practices to improve cancer treatments. It is of vital importance to researchers to come together to exchange ideas, data, and advances, and to form collaborations. Meetings like this one also reduce duplication of efforts so that all resources can go towards making real advances in the treatment of cancer. This collaborative effort helps these front line cancer scientists to rapidly deploy the latest advances in cancer treatments – changing the lives of cancer patients. This meeting sparks collaborations from across the globe to make advances move faster from the laboratory to the bedside. It is also a great opportunity for researchers and clinicians from economically challenged parts of the world to get a board based update on the rapidly moving field of tumor biology.

Each year this meeting travels to a different country to allow local scientists greater access to recent advances in cancer research. The ISOBM has NEVER been held in Chicago, Illinois USA, and will not be held in the USA for many years to come. Please give generously to support this meeting as this is a once in a life time chance to support cancer research in this way. Your donation is not only greatly appreciated, it is also a tax deduction.

ISOBM donation is an Tax– Exempt 501C (3).

Thank you for your donation!


$1-$35.00 helps to defray the cost of the meeting.

$35.00 buys a student a day pass to the meeting.

$50.00 pays for food (2 days) for a researcher from an economically challenged country.

$100.00 provides a one year membership to the ISOBM (with reduced fees for the meeting).

$125.00 pays a one day guest pass for a scientist/clinician.

$175.00 provides a hotel room for a foreign student or scientist.

$350.00 allows a student to attend the whole meeting.

$500.00 pays for a scientist from an economically challenged country to attend the meeting.

$750.00 provides a travel award for a domestic student.

$1,000.00 provides a travel award for a foreign student.

$5,000.00 funds a social event at the meeting.

$7,500.00 provides a day of scientific meetings.

$10,000.00 funds a trust to reduce the cost of registration for scientists from economically challenged countries.

$25,000.00 funds a trust to reduce the cost of registration for all the participants

(Donations – in – kind are also welcome. Please email the congress about your donation.)



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