Chemotherapy Foundation Symposium XXVI Innovative Cancer Therapy for Tomorrow

Last Modified: March 20, 2008

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Conference Dates: November 4 - November 8, 2008
Conference Location: Marriott Marquis Hotel, New York City

Sponsoring Group: Mount Sinai School Of Medicine

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Topics Covered: Pediatric Oncology, Hematologic malignancies, GI Cancers, Gynecological cancers, Head and neck cancers, Thyroid cancer, Breast Cancer, Uro-oncology, Prostate, Renal, Bladder Cancers, Lung Cancer, Neuroendocrine, Gliomas, Melanoma, Solid turmors

Conference Objectives: To provide practicing oncologists with the information on new developments in cancer therapeutics

Who Should Attend: Oncologists, Hematologists, pediatric oncologists, radiotherapists, Immunologists, Oncololgy Nurses, PA's, Case Managers, Pharmacists

Conference Fees: $485 for physicians and $150 for house staff, fellows, nursing personnel, pharmacists and other cancer care providers.

Continuing Education: Yes. Mount Sinai School of Medicine designates this continuing medical education activity for a maximum of 31.0 category 1 credits toward the AMA physician's Recognition Award.

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