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3rd Cancer Immunotherapy and Immunomonitoring (CITIM 2013)

22 Apr 2013 - 25 Apr 2013 - Krakow, Poland



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We invite you to attend the Cancer Immunotherapy and Immunomonitoring Conference taking place on April 22-25, 2013 in Krakow, Poland. The accumulated knowledge in cancer immunology and encouraging results from recent cancer immunotherapy clinical trials indicate that the immune system plays an essential role in host defense against cancer and can be exploited for effective cancer therapy. However, the existing gap between laboratory and clinical investigators severely hampers the translation of fundamental discoveries into clinical applications. 

The main goal of this exciting conference will provide a joint forum for leading basic researchers and clinical investigators in the fields of cancer immunology and immunotherapy that would serve to accelerate translation of basic research into effective treatment of cancer in children and adults.

We will bring scientists, clinicians, medical practitioners and specialists, students, R&D experts and patients together and discuss the latest therapeutic, preventive and diagnostic developments in the field.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!



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