Late Breaking Abstracts
Late breaking submissions will open on September 1 and close on October 1. Only paradigm shifting basic science discovery, or translational or clinical research of relevance to patients will be considered. Please note that, due to program schedule considerations, most if not all late acceptances will be programmed as posters.
Please notify the Symposium office as early as possible if your presentation will not be made, and reference your assigned program number. If a scheduled presenter fails to appear in person or to send a replacement, and does not cancel the poster or slide presentation before the meeting, that presenter will be barred from having an abstract accepted in the SABCS for three years. Notification must be sent in written form via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (210-450-1560).
Publication & Embargo Regulations
Violation of the following policies will result in the withdrawal of the involved abstract from any 2015 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium presentation:
- By submitting an abstract for the 2015 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, the presenter verifies that the abstract's contents and its conclusions have not been and will not be published or presented at any large international or national meeting prior to the SABCS program.
- All authors must comply with the Symposium embargo policy, which states that no author is to provide information regarding the abstract or related research to be presented during the Symposium to the media or public prior to the scheduled time of presentation at the 2015 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. Poster presentations in the Ongoing Clinical Trials category are not subject to SABCS pre-publication and embargo policies.
Permission to Reproduce Presentation
Permission to Reproduce Presentation
All accepted abstracts, other than those that are withdrawn prior to publication and any that may have been accepted as a special late exception, will be published in the Symposium's online abstract book, as well as in SABCS On Demand on the SABCS website. In addition, the 2015 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium currently contracts with other parties to record and transcribe oral presentations for online slide review and streaming webcast on the SABCS website. Poster presentations are also posted on the SABCS website. All of these resources are made available to the user at no charge.
The cost of such reproduction and publication may be funded by educational grants from medical industry in accordance with ACCME guidelines.
This “Permission to Reproduce Presentation” applies to the presentation regardless of its form. All recordings and reproductions shall be made only with appropriate acknowledgement of the Presenter as the author, and only with reference to presentation at SABCS. No portion of the Presentation shall be extracted for reproduction or publication by itself, unless specifically offered by the Presenter as a summary, overview, or abstract.
To opt out of such reproductions please notify the SABCS office at email@example.com. You agree to give your permission to reproduce your presentation unless you take the actions outlined here.
As the Submitting Author for the abstract and on behalf of all the authors, you transfer copyrights of the abstract to the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS), in the event that this abstract is published in the online Symposium proceedings (Supplement to Cancer Research). With this transfer, the authors relinquish all exclusive rights to copyright ownership of the abstract, including without limitation all rights of reproduction, derivation, distribution, sale, and display of the work, in whole or in part, in any and all forms of media now or hereafter known. SABCS, as copyright owners, has sole authority to grant permission to reproduce the Abstract.
Authors of abstracts published in the SABCS online Symposium proceedings (Supplement to Cancer Research) are permitted to use their abstracts in the following ways without requesting permission from the SABCS. All such uses must include appropriate attribution to the Cancer Research supplement issue in which the abstracts are published. Authors may:
- Reproduce the abstract, including tables, in books, reviews, or subsequent research articles they write;
- Use the abstract in presentations;
- Post a link to the online version of the abstract on their institutional website, if this is required by their institution;
- Submit a copy of their article to their university in support of a doctoral thesis.
For questions about abstract submission, contact Coe-Truman Technologies, Inc. by phone 217-398-1792 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Decision letters, along with presentation instructions, have been e-mailed to the Presenter (the contact person/first author listed). If you have not received a notification, please contact email@example.com.
Recipients will be notified by email September 2015.