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Start Date: 19/10/2017

End Date: 19/10/2017

Cost: 2217

Venue: Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott Hotel, 1 Hotel Road, Newark, NJ, 07114, United States

Organiser:

Healthcare Education Services

Contact Details:

Gain a thorough overview of Immuno-Oncology in one day. Learn alongside industry peers. Meet specialist physicians and experts who share current information and expertise on the latest developments on this fast moving subject.   Understand the basics of tumor immunology as well as the essentials of immunotherapy and its application in cancer medicine. Grasp how biologics work in the practice of oncology and the challenges presented.

Topics include:
The immune system – a guide
Introduction to immunotherapies
Overview of immune therapy in cancer
An example in practice – lung cancer
An example in practice – melanoma

Learning takes place in a small group, delegates join from a mix of geographical markets and job specifications. The learning environment is interactive and thought provoking with much discussion and Q&A.

Training benefits medical and non-medical staff from pharma, medtech, biotech & associated life-science industries. This immuno-oncology education program is ideal for clinical research, medical information, regulatory affairs, biometrics & strategic marketing personnel.

Training takes place in a central location easily accessible for travel worldwide.

Group registration rates can be offered. Get in touch for details.

In one day you will gain the information you need to discuss immuno-oncology credibly.

More information and faculty details at http://healthcare-ed.com/course/immuno-oncology-introductory-overview-usa/


Time: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Price:
Standard: USD 2217

Speakers: April Salama MD Duke University School of Medicine, Mark Socinski MD Florida Hospital Cancer Institute, Dr John Curnow School of Immunity and Infection Birmingham UK

Link: go.evvnt.com/121000-0

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