Molecular Targets for Cancer Therapy

Last Modified: May 16, 2003

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Conference Dates: October 1-5, 2004
Conference Location: Don Cesar, St. Petersburg Beach, FL

Sponsoring Group: Moffitt Cancer Center

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Topics Covered: The purpose of this meeting is to foster exchange of the most recent findings and ideas in molecular targets for cancer therapy. Special emphasis will be placed on bridging basic science and clinical research to create new collaborations between disciplines. Conference will include keynote speaker, reception and banquet dinner, session lectures, short talks, call for abstract and poster session, exhibits and several meal functions. Free time has been set aside for networking with colleagues from around the world.

Who Should Attend: Scientist, Researchers, Oncologists

Continuing Education: Yes

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