1st Annual World Congress of Immunodiseases and Therapy

The International NanoScience Community is official media partner of 1st Annual World Congress of Immunodiseases and Therapy.

WCIT is a focused conference to present and deliberate the advances in immunology, which is significant to the health of humanity. It is anticipated over 500 global specialists to get together to present and share their cutting-edge technologies and up-to-date researches in an innovative and invigorating combination of presentations, symposia, discussions, panel discussion sessions and associated young scientist poster sessions along with exhibition of technology and new products. The comprehensive and intellectually stimulating scientific program of the first annual will embrace a broad spectrum of topics in basic science, medical research, diagnosis, prevention, clinical treatment and therapy of immune diseases.

More information: http://www.bitlifesciences.com/WCIT2010/default.asp

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Comment by TINC on October 10, 2009 at 8:18am
The event is in 2010!


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Comment by Sheikh Faheem Arjamend on October 10, 2009 at 7:37am
Can Any One Tell me why It was posted late ?
I think we need to send this type of information before the time not after completion of any event.

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