Oncology Convention 2021 – 15th to 16th September – ONE WEEK TO GO!

 

BOPA are delighted to be partnered with Oncology Convention for 2021. Taking place at the NEC, Birmingham 15th & 16th September.

There’s just 1 week to go until Oncology Convention returns to the NEC, Birmingham and the excitement is building!

There are opportunities to earn up 7 CPD points in a single day, meet the latest innovators in technology in the form of the exhibitors, network with like-minded individuals and discover the future of healthcare with Oncology Convention’s latest feature, the AI & Machine Learning Convention.

If you have yet to register for your free ticket, you can do so by following the link below and be part of the UK’s leading event for advancing clinical oncology and life-saving research.

Register here

 

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