Cancer Innovation Congress

NEW TREATMENTS, NEW TECHNOLOGIES, NEW PARTNERSHIPS
Date
2015-10-21 - 2015-10-22
Organizer
Attendees
250
Event contact title
Project Manager
Event contact first name
Marc
Event contact last name
Rhys-Evans
Email
marc.rhys-evans@terrapinn.com
Event contact telephone number
+44 (0)20 7827 5945
Description
With the latest findings from Cancer Research UK predicting that more than 1 in 3 people in the UK will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime, and similar statistics throughout the world, the best and brightest are stepping up the fight against this debilitating disease. But how can we move from innovation to deployment of these groundbreaking treatments? It starts by bringing together the community to find the right partners and the right knowledge to overcome the barriers preventing therapies from making it from the lab to the patients, including approvals, pricing and financing. The Cancer Innovation Congress is a two day summit which unites professionals working to bring better treatment to patients, and will cover both new therapies – including immunotherapies and vaccines – and new technologies, such as nanotechnology and 3D applications. Not sure you’ll meet the right people? We are expecting over 250 attendees from a diverse mix of industries including for pharma, biotech, regulators, payers, non-profits, patient advocates and KOLs/academics. Can’t afford the time out of office? We are bringing the users and suppliers together for you over 2 days to ensure you only have to make 1 trip this year. You will get to investigate current capabilities and future requirements to ensure your business makes the right choice. "Great networking opportunity (I took 30 business cards with me and ran out of them on the 2nd day) and the level of technical talks is well targeted” Terrapinn 2014 Life Sciences event delegate, Sanofi Pasteur Book your free place today via the show website at: terrapinn.com/attendCIC

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