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Cancer Vaccines

19 Sep 2012 - 20 Sep 2012 - London, UK



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SMi is proud to present their inaugural conference on Cancer Vaccines. This new and exciting event will bring together senior Pharma representatives and key academics to discuss current developments of cancer immunotherapeutics, engineering vaccine adjuvant formulations, advances and challenges in the advancement of novel therapeutic cancer vaccines and much more.

 

With presentations from industry representatives from the top 50 pharmaceutical companies, this event promises to be a unique platform for networking, and learning from case studies and problem solving.

 

Key Benefits of Attending:

 

Consider novel combination therapies in cancer vaccine development

Understand effective process development strategies

Evaluate developments in cell based immunotherapeutics

Discover strategies to improve success and overcome current issues in clinical

trials

Learn about clinical and regulatory design of immunotherapy programs

Hear from the industry on updates on the most recent successful candidates in

Phase III

Develop monitoring immunotherapy outcomes


For more information visit http://www.smi-online.co.uk/goto/cancervaccinesevent18.asp  or contact Lewis Garfield on lgarfield@smi-online.co.uklace Text Here



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