The theme of Cancer development and immune defense will organize a new Cancer Immunology & Immunotherapy meeting within the Radboudumc. The frequency of this meeting will be 4 times per year in January, March, June and October.
For the year 2017, we have made an exciting meeting program with presentations discussing new unpublished data within specific topics in the CII field. After the presentations and discussions there is time for networking and setting up potential collaborations.
Please find attached the announcement and 2017 meeting program, and pass it on to people who may be interested.
We hope to see you all !
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