One Venue, Two Days, Three Events, a Shared Mission
to Advance Nordic Oncology

26-27 June 2023 | Stockholm

Following the success of the Nordic Precision Medicine Forum we are thrilled to announce the inaugural Nordic Oncology Forum, a multi topic meeting dedicated to advancing the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of cancer in and across the Nordics.

With focused events on Precision Oncology, Immuno-Oncology and Pathology, we aim to address current challenges in cancer treatment through dialog and collaboration between dedicated individuals. These three events will each provide platforms for information sharing through presentations, panel discussions, round-tables, keynote and plenary sessions.
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Precision Oncology Forum

Cancer treatments are becoming more targeted as we learn more about the molecular biology of different cancer types through advanced research techniques that are able to link specific biomarkers with either individual or combination therapies. These wonderful developments are leading to better outcomes for patients who have previously not responded to traditional cancer therapies. Yet more targeted therapies also pose new challenges, the Precision Oncology Forum will provide a platform for collaboration, to find a way towards the continued improvement of patient outcomes.

Immuno-Oncology Forum

In recent years immunotherapies have emerged as a new standard of care in the treatment of a wide variety of malignancies. With numerous therapeutic modalities and mechanistic approaches being developed from immune modulation to multi-specific antibodies, to cancer vaccines and cell-based approaches, all empowering the immune system to prevent, control, and eliminate cancer. The Immuno-Oncology Forum will address such promising immunotherapies, how they are performing in the clinic and how they can be combined with precision medicine approaches to further increase the standard of care.

Nordic Pathology Forum

Digital and molecular pathology have now become widespread across the Nordics, which has opened up a huge opportunity for the region to implement advanced technologies, including artificial intelligence-based image analysis and ultra-fast next-generation sequencing. Yet challenges and hurdles still remain for such technologies, not least their development and standardisation, and integration into pathology laboratory workflows. The Nordic Pathology Forum will address such challenges bringing together pathologists, clinicians, bioinformaticians and developers for problem-solving discussions and fruitful collaborations.

Why You Should Join Us in Stockholm

Oncology in the Nordics benefits from access to leading technologies and research, contributing to decreasing cancer cases and improved survival for cancer patients in recent years. Yet many challenges remain, including a difficulty in starting new clinical trials and large collaborative research projects, with significant barriers to individual Nordic countries such as relatively small populations and a lack of funding. Together with researchers, healthcare professionals, industry, patients groups, payers and government, we aim to overcome such barriers and find ways to further advance the research and treatment of cancer.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Nordic Precision Medicine Forum offers a unique environment to make new connections, share ideas and formulate partnerships for future collaboration. We work closely with our sponsors to ensure that your objectives are met by building bespoke marketing solutions. So be it a plenary speaking slot, hosting a roundtable or exhibiting at our forum, we ensure you are in front of the right audience.

Interested in submitting a poster for the forum?

  • Submit an abstract by Friday 2nd June 2023 to
  • The acceptable word range for the abstract is 175 – 275 words.
  • Your submission should be in English
  • Please email in a brief biography together with the abstract as a word or pdf document
  • Posters will then be chosen from all abstracts submitted by the abstract deadline
  • If selected, you will be expected to present your poster in person at the Forum
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