The conference will concentrate on the evolution of cancer surveillance and cancer registries over the past 45 years. Each day will feature a keynote address. On Monday, Dr. Ted Williamson will focus on the Evolution of Cancer and Cancer Care; Dr. Otis Brawley will highlight the Evolution of the Standards of Care and Survivorship on Tuesday; and on Wednesday, a team will present a keynote on how Cedars-Sinai Medical Center used oncology analytics provided by the cancer registry to advance and improve cancer care. Another special feature of this year's program are three symposia - hospital, central, and management/professional development - to be offered on the last day. The symposium format will provide opportunities for more interactive learning. Facilitators will help manage the day and moderate discussions. Earn 19 CEs. Several workshops are also planned.