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Welcome to BASO ~ The Association for Cancer Surgery
BASO ~ The Association for Cancer Surgery is the Association that speaks as an umbrella organisation for surgical specialties treating people with malignant diseases. BASO ~ ACS was founded in 1971 by Ronald Raven, Surgical Oncologist, as a forum for surgical research and training for the benefit of patients with cancer.

BASO~ACS Annual Scientific Conference will be held together with NCRI on 6th-9th November 2016 at BT Convention Centre, Liverpool.

Online registration is now closed. On site registration will be open on the day.  (Disounted Fee for BASO and BASO Trainees members)


Situated in the centre of Liverpool with easy links, beautiful views and access to cultural attractions.

The dinner will be held on Sunday, 6th November at 8pm. We have limited seating, to avoid disappointment BOOK NOW for a one off fee of £55. BASO Trainees get FREE booking for the Annual Dinner.


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BASO~ACS AGM will be held on 7th November 2016.



4th ESSO Advanced Course on the Management of Colorectal Liver Metastases

10th-11th October 2016

(Members rate for BASO Membership) The advanced course designed on the mamangement of colotectal liver metaatases.

BASO~ACS Training Day in association with Leicester General Hospital - focus will be on Sarcoma, Melanoma, Ortho-oncology and Metastases. Special delegate rates for BASO and SOTA members. Programme details and date will be advertised soon.

♦ BASO~ACS Awards and Fellowship - British Association of Surgical Oncology takes great pride in awarding those professionals and trainees in recognition of their outstanding achievement in and contribution to the cancer surgery; it's research and education. visit our Education & Training Section for more information on the BASO endorsed courses.


Welcome to the site for all surgeons with an interest in oncology.

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