Bright Series with BRIO

Due to the current public health context, this year BRIO is featuring 3 mini-series, highlighting advances in cancer research. The series: Regards croisés (An Exchange of Viewpoints), Histoires de patients (Patients’ Stories), and Tech For Onco will be broadcast live or pre-recorded between June and December 2021.

An event in partnership with the ARC Foundation and with corporate support from Amgen, AstraZeneca, Bristol-Myers Squibb, GlaxoSmithKline and MSD.


The mini-series: REGARDS CROISÉS (An Exchange of Viewpoints)

For more information and to watch all the replays of the “Regards croisés” webinars, click here.

Five 1-hour symposiums broadcast live from 6:00-7:00pm and produced in partnership with a manufacturer. Each symposium features a clinician and a researcher on a theme defined with the partner.

  • Tuesday, June 29th: “Adjuvant Treatment in EGFR-mutated Lung Cancer” – More information and replay
  • Thursday, July 1st: “The Immune System in Elderly Patients and Its Role in Cancer Therapy” – More information and replay
  • Thursday, September 23rd: “New Combinations for the First-Line Treatment of Metastatic Kidney Cancer: how to choose?” – More information and replay
  • Tuesday, October 12th: “Metastatic Non-small Cell Lung Cancer with Oncogenic Addiction: focus on molecular screening and therapies” – More information and replay
  • Tuesday, October 19th: “The Latest News and Challenges in the Treatment of Gynecological Cancers” – More information and replay

The mini-series: HISTOIRES DE PATIENTS (Patients’ Stories)

For more information and to watch all the replays of the Histoires de patients webinars, click here.

A series based on patients’ stories in three 3-hr episodes (1 hr per tumor). We will focus on the clinical background and the therapeutic innovations of 3 “exemplary” cancers in BRIO’s COMMUCAN programme, which are: brain tumors (glioblastoma), colon cancer and kidney cancers.

Thursdays, from 5:00 to 8 pm – 5 pm: Glioblastoma; 6 pm: Colon cancer; 7 pm: kidney cancer

The mini-series: TECH FOR ONCO

This series consists of three 90-minute webinars. Each session will present two technologies of interest to the community, each with the intervention of an engineer presenting a technology and a researcher using it.

Broadcast live from 12:30-2:00 in December. More information here.


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And the support of:

Nathalie Caplet