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Molecular Medicine Conference 2012

19 Dec 2012 - 22 Dec 2012 - Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand



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Many reputed guest speakers from Europe, USA, Asia and other parts of the world are invited to join and present their discoveries, which will contribute to the high standing level of this conference.

During the past thirty years, a great diversity of signaling pathways and gene-activating mechanisms responsible for cancer and inflammation has been discovered. Currently, these discoveries and recent advanced technologies have been translated into new therapeutic approaches in the clinic but with limited success.  Alternative strategies, such as natural compounds, targeted-design molecules, and combinatorial approaches may be more successful or straightforward to combat cancer or inflammatory diseases.  MMC2012 will provide the participants with the latest novelties in basic cellular and molecular mechanisms and therapeutic developments.  It will also offer new idea and approaches for research and offer the opportunity for research collaboration with the experts in this field.



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