Third International "North Adriatic Sea" Symposium on Novel Targets for Cancer Therapy

Last Modified: March 2, 2003

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Conference Dates: April 28-29, 2003
Conference Location: Trieste, Italy


Sponsoring Group:

Conference Web Page URL: www.augustea.net/north_adriatic_sea

Topics Covered: This year you will discuss about proteomics, immunology, innovations in cancer treatment, and about what help could arrive from research for clinicians. We are sure that, at the end to symposium, each of us will be more rich of important knowledge, and that this improvement will help our patients.

Conference Objectives: Our wish is to continue presenting and to debating stimulating innovations on cancer treatments, products of the most recent international as well as Italian research, and promising for applications on human models.

Who Should Attend:

Registration Information: Register on line: www:augustea.net/north_adriatic_sea/

Conference Fees: ? 80,00 Vat included

Continuing Education: Yes


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