WCTC has become established as the largest – and most highly regarded – International meeting dedicated to improving the care of patients with thyroid nodules and thyroid cancer. Clinically focused and taking a truly multi-disciplinary approach, this meeting is unique in attracting Surgeons, Endocrinologists, Medical Oncologists, Pathologists and other professionals dedicated to the field of thyroid oncology.
The previous in-person meetings had more than 1000 attendees, and the recent virtual programs have attracted more than 1500 unique, real-time attendees with thousands of additional viewers via the on-line content following the meetings.
WCTC is pleased to be meeting in London, UK June 15 – 17, 2023.
Under the direction of Dr. Neil Tolley and the WCTC Board, an exceptional educational program has been designed plus there is ample opportunity to re-connect with our global colleagues.
We look forward to welcoming you to London next month.
Make plans now to join your colleagues in Boston July 2025. An exceptional scientific program will bring together leading global experts for a memorable experience.
WCTC Mission Statement on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
The World Congress on Thyroid Cancer (WCTC) recognizes as self-evident that we can most effectively educate ourselves and our colleagues about the best care of patients with thyroid nodules and thyroid cancer when all relevant voices – including those of minority, disadvantaged and marginalized individuals – are heard and recognized. For this reason, we are committed to making the World Congress as welcoming as possible to members of all marginalized groups. We support cultural equity for all attendees and faculty, regardless of ethnicity, age, religion, disability, race, gender, sexual orientation, or any other individual or group identity. We will seek to prioritize attendance and program contributions from underrepresented groups in the World Congress. Furthermore, our Committee on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will measure, analyze and report the effects of our actions regarding inclusive programming, cultural competence, and recognition of contributions from underrepresented groups. Through these means, we will strive to create a culture of access for all individuals, allowing those of all backgrounds and identities to feel welcomed and engaged in the World Congress.
The exceptional scientific program brings together leading global experts
for a clinically focused, multi-disciplinary experience.
The Thyroid Cancer Learning Academy is a content rich library of presentations by global experts from previous WCTC events. Delegates have free access for one year after their attendance. Additional access can be purchased at $125. The Academy is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Eisai.
To navigate to the Thyroid Cancer Learning Academy, CLICK HERE.