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Cancer Summit - Novel Approaches to Drug Discovery

06 Nov 2013 - 08 Nov 2013 - San Francisco, CA, USA



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GTC’s Cancer Summit - Novel Approaches to Drug Discovery is taking place on November 6-8 in San Francisco, CA. Join and meet with leading experts from the industry and academia to discuss the latest cutting edge approaches and discoveries in cancer. 

The epigenetics conference will update you on the latest novel mechanisms, therapeutics, drug discovery, developments, biomarkers and diagnostics for cancer epigenetics. 

The cell based assay conference will present innovative and relevant applications of current assay technologies to continually improve efficacy and meaningful data output and discuss the potential of novel analytical and screening technologies in drug discovery and development.



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