2022 Rare Cancer Think Tank

Presented by TargetCancer Foundation

Meeting Chairs:
Jennifer Carter, MD, MPH, Sandbox Healthcare, The Blue Venture Fund
John Iafrate, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Razelle Kurzrock, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

The Think Tank on Advancing Precision Medicine in Rare Cancers is an interactive, one day meeting that unites clinicians, researchers, industry, patient advocates and patients in a unique format to promote collaboration, information sharing, and idea generation. The diverse perspectives of speakers and attendees will allow for a comprehensive discussion of challenges, goals, opportunities and best practices in addressing the needs of patients facing rare cancers.

The Think Tank on Advancing Precision Medicine in Rare Cancers leverages the successful “think tank” model that TargetCancer Foundation has established through over a decade of meetings on other topics, such as gastroesophageal cancers. The Think Tank on Advancing Precision Medicine in Rare Cancers also builds on the progress being made through TargetCancer Foundation’s TCF-001 TRACK study, a nationwide, decentralized, patient-driven clinical trial studying precision medicine in rare cancers, and will feature a mock Molecular Tumor Board meeting featuring members of the TRACK Virtual Molecular Tumor Board.

 View the preliminary agenda.

Click here to register for the Think Tank.

There is no charge to attend the Think Tank on Advancing Precision Medicine in Rare Cancers, however you can support TargetCancer Foundation by making a donation here.

TargetCancer Foundation will continue to monitor and update COVID-19 safety precautions for this event, and make decisions that are in the best interest of all attendees based on CDC and state guidelines. All guests must be vaccinated to attend the Think Tank. More details about this event’s vaccination requirement will be posted soon.

Click here for travel details.

TargetCancer Foundation has secured discounted room blocks for the nights of September 20 and 21 at the following hotels, both of which are within walking distance of the State Room. Please note that these room blocks expire on August 20, 2022. 

  1. Hyatt Centric Faneuil Hall Boston– This hotel is 2 blocks from the State Room and in the center of downtown Boston. The rate is $269/night.
  1. Marriott Boston Long Wharf– This hotel is a 5-minute walk from the State Room, and located on the Boston Harbor. The rate is $389/night.
    • To book by phone, please call Marriott Reservations (1-800-228-9290) or (617-227-0800) and indicate that you are part of the TargetCancer Foundation group staying at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf.
    • To book online, use the following link: Marriott Long Wharf group booking

 

 

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