Designing Vaccines for Cancer: Synthetic Analogs and Nano-Delivery Approaches

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Designing Vaccines for Cancer: Synthetic Analogs and Nano-Delivery Approaches

Time: March 9, 2010 from 2pm to 3pm
Location: online webinar
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Event Type: online, webinar
Organized By: NanoTecNexus
Latest Activity: Feb 12, 2010

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Significant advances in biotechnology and biochemistry have led to the discovery of a large number of cancer vaccines based on peptides and proteins. This lecture summarizes the most recent findings and the future directions in designing cancer vaccines. The most promising approaches to cancer vaccine development and the possible clinical applications of the new vaccines will be discussed. Only $30 for registration.

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