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WIN 2013 Symposium

10 Jul 2013 - 12 Jul 2013 - Le Palais des Congres, Paris, France



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The next WIN Symposium will be the WIN 2013 Symposium, July 10-12, 2013, to be held at Le Palais des Congrès, Porte Maillot, Paris, France. The overarching theme of WIN 2013:

“From innovation to implementation of personalized cancer therapy”

WIN Symposia traditionally offer a blend of academia and industry – pharma, biotech, diagnostic – to jointly address all aspects of personalized cancer medicine. WIN 2013 will bring additional stakeholders to the scene, in addition to those that drive technological innovations. Organizations in charge of the implementation of innovations in daily practice are encouraged to participate in this symposium. WIN 2013 is a must-attend for all stakeholders in personalized cancer medicine across the globe.

The WIN 2013 Symposium will offer ample opportunity for discussion, interaction and networking between stakeholders in personalized cancer medicine.



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