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Advances in Cancer Immunotherapies 2014 (ACI2014)

15 Oct 2014 - 16 Oct 2014 - Singapore, Asia



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ASTRIK’s Advances in Cancer Immunotherapies 2014 looks at key market drivers and factors impacting growth on the adoption of Immunotherapy strategies, and how its expanding use against cancer is delivering healthcare solutions that hold new therapeutic promises for cancer patients. ACI2014’s stellar panel of speakers from the biomedical research, healthcare and Biopharmaceutical sectors will discuss the latest and future developments in Immunotherapy research; review the therapeutic potentials of cancer Immunotherapies and targeted therapies; and examine the challenges as well as opportunities accompanying this new generation of innovative Biopharmaceuticals fuelling growth in the oncology market.

Contact:

Rikki Tay

Tel: +65 6853 9156

Email: enquiry@astrikevents.com



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