During the Best Fellows Oral Abstract Session at #TTLC23, @HopkinsThoracic's Tia Cheunkarndee presented data on first-line osimertinib and uncommon EGFR mutations. Read a recap in #ILCN: #LCSMRead More
The STARS program aims to increase PRAs equipped to provide accurate scientific translation in their online/real-life groups for Pts. w/#lungcancer & their caregivers. Apply for the '23 @IASLC STARS PRA Program! @JFreemanDaily #LCSM https://t.co/TMP2S3BFO5Read More
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At #TTLC23, @LudaBazhenovaMD and @JustinGainor debated whether lorlatinib should be given to all ALK patients in the first line. Read a recap in #ILCN: #LCSMRead More
RT @Mat_Guc: @myESMO @IASLC #ELCC23 meeting has just started Paul Baas awarded with the Heine H. Hansen Award 🥇 Congratulations, also fr…Read More
Montevideo is the Capital of Uruguay. It was founded back in 18th Century. It was colonized by British, Spanish, Argentine, Portuguese, and Brazilians in 19th Century. This colonial background has a huge impact on its culture, music, architecture and gastronomy. Montevideo has been part of UNESCO Creative Cities Network in Literature since 2015. The city is like an open-air museum where people can enjoy various activities within the city.
Mercado del Puerto is hub of Uruguayan traditional food and beverage. The torta frita, the pan-fired cake, the chivito, the Uruguayan sandwich, and the mate, an infused tea usually served hot, are the typical food found in Montevideo.
The IASLC 2023 Latin America Conference on Lung Cancer will be held at Radisson Hotel Montevideo Victoria Plaza
Radisson Hotel Montevideo Victoria Plaza
759 Plaza Independencia, Montevideo, 11100, Uruguay
Radisson Montevideo Victoria Plaza is located in the historic Plaza Independencia where you can access to Ciudad Vieja (the Old City of Montevideo), and Mercado del Puerto (the Food Market where you can get some local cuisine) within a walking distance. The Rambla, known for its scenic coastal view, begins from Ciudad Vieja to the other end of city. You can also hire a bike to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the coastal road. It has more than 20,000 square feet of meeting spaces, 3 on-site full-service restaurants and bars, an indoor swimming pool and 2 indoor fitness centers.
For detailed information on activities, restaurants and useful tips, please visit the Descubrí Montevideo website managed by the Montevideo Tourist Association.