This is, without a doubt, the most comprehensive educational meeting in gastrointestinal malignancies there is! Don't miss out!"
— 2023 World GI Congress Attendee
3-6 July 2024 | Barcelona, Spain |
For the past 26 years, unprecedented advances have been made in gastrointestinal cancer care. Collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and advocates has enabled us to produce groundbreaking research, innovative treatments, and uplifting therapies. At the World Congress on Gastrointestinal Cancer we strive to create a brighter future for your patients.
We look forward to seeing you in Barcelona as we continue to be the premier forum where advanced research and innovations impacting the field of GI oncology are shared.
We invite you to join us 3–6 July 2024 at the International Barcelona Convention Center (CCIB).
It is essential for us to keep up with the newest scientific advancements and stay abreast of the rapid pace of change in the field. We must be dedicated to researching and evaluating the latest discoveries so we can incorporate the best treatments into our practices.
Through lectures, tandem talks, debates, keynote lectures, and abstract presentations, the Scientific Programme examines a range of gastrointestinal malignancies and offers a mix of dynamic education and exchange.
Each year, we walk away with a new sense of hope, a deeper understanding, and cutting-edge techniques that will provide better care for our patients. We listen and share invaluable insight from the brightest minds in the field and apply the knowledge gained toward advancing patient care standards.
The Congress is specifically designed for practicing clinicians dedicated to enhancing their knowledge and advancing the treatment and management of cancers of the gastrointestinal tract.
Physicians, Medical Oncologists, Radiation Oncologists, Pathologists, Hepatologists, Gastroenterologists, Surgeons, Clinical Researchers, Trainees/Residents/Students
The 26th annual World Congress on Gastrointestinal Cancer represents the year’s leading gathering of international oncology professionals who are dedicated to improving the lives of patients affected by diseases of the GI tract.
The program provides all stakeholders with opportunities to learn, debate, discuss, and network in this very active scientific field, where recent progress has led to improvements in patient outcomes.