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Late-Breaking Science results

ESC Congress is the place where latest findings and original research are presented, reviewed and discussed.



The Congress Programme Committee would like to thank all submitters who have contributed to the ESC Congress 2015 "Call for Late-Breaking Science".


Late-Breaking Science results are now available.

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How to confirm your presentation?

STEP 1: Login to "My ESC / My Agreements"

STEP 2: Confirm the presentation and submit your agreement form, as soon as possible

STEP 3: Prepare your presentation: Review the Faculty and Presenter Guidelines

Important dates:

  • 1 June 2015: Result announcements. An e-mail has been sent to each submitter with a report on the status of the submission (accepted or rejected). If the research is accepted, a 2nd email has been sent to the 1st author, who is the presenter by default, with instructions to confirm the presentation and submit the agreement form.
  • End of June 2015: Deadline to submit the agreement form

 

 Description of sessions

  • Hot Lines: Reserved for first presentations of the primary endpoint(s) of a novel clinical trial
  • Clinical trial Updates: Reserved for presentations of new data or secondary analysis of a trial where the primary data have been presented previously
  • Registries:  Reserved for presentations of new Registry or new data / analyses from a registry. Data not previously presented
  • Basic & Translational Science Hot Lines: Presenting the latest and "hottest" findings of studies in basic and translational cardiovascular science