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9th Annual The Immunotherapies and Vaccine Summit

11 Aug 2014 - 14 Aug 2014 - Marriott Long Wharf Hotel, Boston, United States of America



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ImVacS, The Immunotherapies and Vaccine Summit, brings together a global audience of vaccine researchers and developers of cancer immunotherapies for five focused meetings that explore the frontiers of immunology as the basis for patient treatment.

250+ researchers from around the world gather to discuss new data, new approaches and novel science from industry, academia, regulatory, and research institutes in a collegial atmosphere that encourages interaction and information sharing.



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