The 2020 International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS) Annual Global Meeting, originally planned as a live meeting in Rome, was conducted from September 10–13 as a fully digital meeting. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related health risks, the IGCS leadership made the difficult decision to change from live to digital. The society and organizing committee should be congratulated with this successful rapid transformation which ensured the availability of much needed continued scientific communication and resulted in maintaining good attendance numbers. Here we describe some selected highlights, interesting or practice changing research reports, and important debates for each of the major gynecologic organs from the authors' perspective.
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Dr. Nout reports grants from Dutch Cancer Society, grants from Elekta, grants from Varian, grants from Accuray, outside the submitted work.