AICR/WCRF International Research Conference on Food, Nutrition and Cancer

Last Modified: February 10, 2002

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Date: July 11-12, 2002
Location: Washington, DC, USA


Symposium Web Page: www.aicr.org

Sponsors: American Institute for Cancer Research/World Cancer Research Fund

Who Should Attend: Researchers (basic, clinical, epidemiology), dietitians and other health professionals

Conference Objectives: Several hundred researchers, clinicians, dietitians and other health professionals are expected to attend. This year's session topics include obesity, energy balance and cancer; phytochemicals and phytoestrogens; nutrition in cancer survivorship; and diet, colitis and the etiology of colon cancer.

Topics: Session topics include obesity, energy balance and cancer; phytochemicals and phytoestrogens; nutrition in cancer survivorship; diet, colitis and the etiology of colon cancer; and recent results from population epidemiology intervention studies.

Registration Info: Visit www.aicr.org for registration information.

Conference Fees: Full Registration $340 ($385 after 6/28/02); Government (local, state or federal) $220 ($280 after 6/28/02); Student (full-time) $220 ($280 after 6/28/02); One Day $195 ($220 after 6/28/02)

Continuing Education: Yes


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