Join the American Institute for Cancer Research for our 2021 virtual symposium Lifestyle & Cancer - Evidence Matters, discussing current issues and approaches in the assessment of the strength of evidence in lifestyle-related research, how cancer research on dietary patterns aligns with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and how physical activity guidelines can be implemented across the cancer control continuum.
The central theme of this symposium is that evidence, from rigorous research and synthesis, must be the foundation for cancer prevention approaches, survivorship initiatives and public policy. And since research and life occurs in the context of current events, this topical event will address how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted each aspect that will be discussed.
This event will take place virtually on January 28, 2021. Prior to the start of the event, registrants will receive a link to log into the Virtual Attendee Hub, where they will be able to access a livestream of the event. Following the conclusion of the Symposium, a link will be available for registered attendees to be able to view the talks.
January 28, 2021
11 AM - 3:30 PM EST
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