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World ADC San Diego

26 Oct 2014 - 29 Oct 2014 - San Diego, CA, USA



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World ADC San Diego has been designed to dramatically enhance your ADC research and development efforts. Providing access to expert intelligence on how to select your lead candidate with confidence, improve preclinical predictability and maximize clinical efficacy, the 2014 program cannot be missed.

This year, 65+ amazing speakers and over 550 of the global network of ADC developers will distill 12 months of learning into 4 jam packed days of insight and intelligence. Join us to improve your programs and be part of the mission to develop better ADC drugs

Our final early registration discounts expire September 12th. This is both delegates final chance to save money on their registration fees, but also their chance to get priority access to a number of tools that will help them to maximise their time on site. 

Only delegates registered by the 12th, will get access at that time to our networking app so they can see who will be attending the event; to ‘My World ADC’, a special delegate area on our website with instructions, tips etc. about how best to prepare, as well as priority registration to the World ADC Awards Similarly any content is available at: http://adc-summit.com/content-library. We have a number of articles from Genentech, an interview with Robert Hollingsworth, Senior Director at MedImmune etc. 









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