Highlights of SABCS21 held in Seattle, WA

The Binaytara Foundation hosted the live, in-person conference, Highlights of San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium on January 29, 2022 at the Grand Hyatt, Seattle. Dr. Hope Rugo of University of California San Francisco (UCSF), Dr. Christos Vaklavas of the University of Utah, Dr. Fenting Yan of Swedish Cancer Institute in Seattle, and several other breast oncologists from the pacific northwest as well as oncology industry professionals attended this accredited continuing medical education (CME) in-person. All faculty from the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance participated virtually.

Pictures from the SABCS Highlights in Seattle

The live meeting has been recorded and is available as a self-paced enduring activity on our education portal. All self-paced activities provided by the Binaytara Foundation offer continuing education credits and are provided free of cost to any healthcare provider in the world who is not employed by an ACCME defined ineligible company. Employees of an ineligible company can participate in these activities free of cost if they registered and paid for the live meeting associated with the enduring contents.

Based on the identified educational needs, the Binaytara Foundation plans and implements educational activities that are relevant for our target population. In 2021, we provided continuing education to 700+ healthcare providers through our in-person and online platforms.



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