7th Conference on Experimental and Translational Oncology - CETO

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Dates: April 20-24, 2013
Location: Portoroz, Slovenia

Web Page URL: http://www.ceto.si

Topics Covered: Tumor progression, Invasion and metastases, Biomarkers, New drugs and therapeutic targets, Delivery systems in cancer, Cellular therapy, Biomedical applications of electroporation, Environmental carcinogens and cancer prevention.

Objectives: The aim of the Conference is to promote the achievements of basic and clinical investigators on mechanisms of tumor initiation, development and progression as well as the introduction of new strategies for detection, prevention and treatment of cancer.

Who Should Attend: Resesarcher in the field of cacner treatment, Oncology specialists

Agenda: The Conference is an ideal place for a gathering of young prospective scientists and established colleagues, to ensure the collaboration between academic and industrial institutions and to establish new contacts between scientists from different regions.

Registration Information: Registration fee is 350 € (20% VAT included) and includes: Entrance to the conference, Program and Abstract book Refreshment during breaks Welcome reception, Conference dinner Entrance to the swimming pools Certificate of attendance For students under age of 28 the registration fee is 280 €. For accompanying persons the fee is 100 € and includes social events, entrance to the swimming pools. One-day registration fee is 100 € and includes entrance to the conference, Program and Abstract book and refreshment during breaks.

Fees: Regular: 350€, Students under age 28: 280€, Accompanying persons: 100€, One-day registration: 100€

Continuing Education: No

Audience: HCP

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