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BIT's 7th Annual World Cancer Congress-2014  (Cancer2014)

16 May 2014 - 18 May 2014 - Nanjing, China



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WCC has been a destination for researchers, specialists, clinicians and entrepreneurs to update milestone breaking research from all cancer research disciplines including anti-cancer medicine development, and to encourage these researchers to interact and forge new collaborations. WCC-2014 is keeping the momentum to enhance the further communication among government organizations, universities, institutes, and enterprises to push forward the development of medicine and biotechnology in China and beyond.

Highlights: 
  • A Plenary Forum from a Panel of Leading Experts in Cancer Field
  • 400+ Oral Presentations on Hear and Discuss the Most Exciting Research Discoveries in Cancer Field; Network with Senior Scientists, Executives and Others over 70 Scientific and Business Sessions
  • Look for a Job, Fellowship, Postdoctoral Position, or New Collaborator; Visit over 100 Commercial and Nonprofit Exhibits Offering New Products and Services Exhibiters



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