Date: March 7-10, 2002
Location: Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Symposium Web Page: www.aacr.org/4310x.asp
Sponsors: American Association for Cancer Research
Who Should Attend: Basic Scientists, Clinicians and Trainees
Conference Objectives: Education for the Multiple Myeloma patient on the latest available treatment of Multiple Myeloma
Topics: Talks at the conference will describe how the elucidation of underlying molecular mechanisms has translated into innovative chemopreventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic approaches.
Conference Agenda: The conference will focus on colon cancer as a paradigm for understanding the genetic basis of cancer development and progression in general. The conference will highlight the current findings of internationally renowned speakers in the following areas:
Registration Info: Online registration and abstract submission is available at www.aacr.org.
Fees: AACR Members $495, Nonmembers (Academic and Gov't) $695, Nonmembers (Industry) $895
Continuing Education: No
Dec 22, 2010 - Individuals who carry the genetic mutation that causes Cowden syndrome -- associated with macrocephaly and an elevated risk of breast and thyroid cancers -- are also at increased risk of colon cancer, according to a study published in the December issue of Gastroenterology.
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