Blog | March 12, 2014

Learn, Share and Network at NCoBC

The 24th Annual Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference (NCoBC 2014), sponsored by the National Consortium of Breast Centers (NCBC), will be held at Caesars Palace March 15-19, and will bring together medical and industry professionals to network, learn and share ideas, methodologies and treatment options that improve quality of care and outcome for patients diagnosed with breast diseases.

NCBC has brought together medical and industry professionals from around the globe, keeping with its dedication to providing opportunities for continuing education to oncologists, surgeons, nurses, clinicians and administrators in order to help in advancing the delivery of treatment options and quality of care.

AT NCoBC, attendees are offered time to network with peers, catch up with old friends and meet new people. This is a great opportunity to gain new perspectives and insights, learn from others, share your experiences and build your reputation in the industry. 

Be sure to schedule time walking the expo floor, which will showcase more than 70 suppliers, where you can learn the latest on emerging technologies, healthcare services, operational products, new products and more. Some of the products that will be displayed are featured below.

For more information: www2.breastcare.org 

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