Navigation Links
Abstracts for the EORTC-NCI-AACR Symposium in Berlin go up online on Friday, Oct. 29
Date:10/27/2010

The majority of the abstracts to be presented at the EORTC-NCI-AACR [1] Symposium on "Molecular targets and cancer therapeutics" will go up online two weeks before the meeting at 00.01 hrs CET on Friday 29 October. The Symposium takes place in Berlin on 16-19 November.

Journalists are free to report on the online abstracts from the time that they go up online before the Symposium; however, they should bear in mind that all the abstracts had to be submitted by 15 June, and by the time the research will be presented to the Symposium in November some of the data and results may have changed.

Some abstracts, including late breaking abstracts and those that form part of the media programme, are not being published online before the Symposium begins. They will be published in a supplement abstract book available at the Symposium and will be posted online on the day of their presentation to the meeting; they will be embargoed to 00.01 hrs (CET) on those days.

The online abstracts can be found at: http://www.ecco-org.eu/Conferences-and-Events/EORTC-NCI-AACR-2010/Abstracts-online/page.aspx/2528

This Symposium, organised jointly by the European Organisation for the Research and Treatment of Cancer, the US National Cancer Institute and the American Association for Cancer Research, offers the media:

  • Cutting edge information on new cancer drug research and development from experts in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia;
  • Free registration for bona fide media with official press credentials (press card and/or a commissioning letter on headed paper from the editor of the journal/website they represent);
  • All sessions open to journalists;
  • Media centre with free computing, international phones, and internet.

Around 2,200 international experts in cancer research will present and discuss rec
'/>"/>

Contact: Emma Mason
wordmason@mac.om
ECCO-the European CanCer Organisation
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2

Related biology news :

1. Call for abstracts and registration for the EMBO Meeting 2009
2. Record number of abstracts received for the World Congress on Osteoporosis 2010 -- IOF WCO-ECCEO10
3. Call for abstracts and registration the EMBO Meeting 2010
4. 22nd EORTC-NCI-AACR Symposium on Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics
5. Penn presents inaugural symposium on applied mathematics and computational science
6. AVS 55th International Symposium & Exhibition, Oct. 19-24
7. Counter-terrorism symposium held at NJIT tomorrow
8. The Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation to host important symposium on chemistry and the environment
9. CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
10. Childrens National convenes first childhood obesity symposium
11. Survival in a Changing World: The Journal of Experimental Biology 2009 symposium
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/16/2014)... The fire is human-caused and is still under ... and is mostly being fueled by grass and timber. ... to higher humidity. Yesterday (8/15), firefighters made progress ... fireline on the West and North sides of the fire. ... 7 20-person Crews, 4 Hot Shot Crews, 1 large Type ...
(Date:9/16/2014)... -- Each tree species has its own bacterial identity. ... colleagues from other institutions who studied the genetic fingerprints ... a Panamanian island. , "This study demonstrates for the ... and with different ecological strategies possess very different microbial ... Kembel, a former postdoctoral researcher in the UO,s Institute ...
(Date:9/16/2014)... new school year, a new football season and another ... September, SpaceX,s Dragon spacecraft is scheduled to blast off ... part of the company,s fourth contracted mission to the ... third suite of research investigations sponsored by the Center ... the role of managing the U.S. National Laboratory on ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Microbiome research shows each tree species has a unique bacterial identity 2CASIS research set for launch aboard SpaceX mission to space station 2CASIS research set for launch aboard SpaceX mission to space station 3
... Humans and animals are able to perceive even the ... channels play a crucial role in the mediation of ... membrane which are highly responsive to external signals. Mechanosensitive ... ions (electrically charged particles), to cross the cell membrane, ...
... oil and gas concessions threatens the megadiverse Peruvian Amazon. ... reach around 70% of the region, threatening biodiversity and ... from a pair of researchers from the Institut de ... Barcelona (UAB), and the Washington DC-based NGO Save America,s ...
... and THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- Recognizing the ... relationship and become recognized research leaders in the ... security, Stevens Institute of Technology recently entered into ... A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the university ...
Cached Biology News:MDC researchers link protein tether to touch perception 2A second hydrocarbon boom threatens the Peruvian Amazon 2A second hydrocarbon boom threatens the Peruvian Amazon 3Stevens and TNO to collaborate on maritime security 2
(Date:9/15/2014)... SYDNEY , Sept. 15, 2014 ... focused on revolutionizing the treatment of cancer through ... cancer cells, announced that, together with the Asbestos ... 2014 Cancer Institute New South Wales (NSW) Premier,s ... other four recipients are the hospitals that will ...
(Date:9/15/2014)... from North Carolina State University have developed a technique ... applying very low voltages, opening the door to a ... technologies. The technique hinges on the fact that the ... deposited or removed acts as a surfactant, lowering ... fluid. , The researchers used a liquid metal alloy ...
(Date:9/15/2014)... fibers made of carbon nanotubes is neat, but Rice University ... carbon nanotubes in new fibers created at Rice line up ... by chemist Angel Mart and his colleagues. , The tricky ... month in the journal ACS Nano , is keeping ... a fiber. , Left to their own devices, carbon nanotubes ...
(Date:9/15/2014)... MORRISVILLE, NC (PRWEB) September 15, 2014 ... newly developed deep imaging OCT system for the optical ... , The EnvisuTM S4410 SDOCT for Contact ... measurements for standard and high complexity contact lens, IOL ... allows imaging of a complete contact lens immersed in ...
Breaking Biology Technology:EnGeneIC Named a Recipient of the Cancer Institute NSW Premier's Award for Excellence in Translational Cancer Research 2EnGeneIC Named a Recipient of the Cancer Institute NSW Premier's Award for Excellence in Translational Cancer Research 3Researchers control surface tension to manipulate liquid metals 2Rice rolls 'neat' nanotube fibers 2Rice rolls 'neat' nanotube fibers 3Bioptigen Introduces Deep Imaging OCT System for Contact Lens Metrology 2
... 19, 2012 RayBiotech, Inc. today announced that it ... core facilities at academic and government research institutes in ... the partnership program, core diagnostics facilities will be able ... component of their current services offerings at no cost ...
... 19, 2012  New data presented today studied the ... nitric oxide (NO) to patients being evaluated for ... privately held, advanced development-stage technology company, announced that ... Right Heart Catheterization (RHC) in subjects being evaluated ...
... Childhood obesity is a widespread global epidemic ... (NAFLD) [2] is now the leading cause of liver ... Liver Congress™ 2012 furthers this concern by showing that childhood ... the most common form of liver cancer [3] - ...
Cached Biology Technology:RayBiotech, Inc. Announces New Diagnostic Core Facility Partnering Program 2New Data Shows GeNO LLC Nitric Oxide Delivery System Provided Nitric Oxide With Low Levels of Nitrogen Dioxide for Heart Transplant Patient Evaluation 2New Data Shows GeNO LLC Nitric Oxide Delivery System Provided Nitric Oxide With Low Levels of Nitrogen Dioxide for Heart Transplant Patient Evaluation 3New Data Shows GeNO LLC Nitric Oxide Delivery System Provided Nitric Oxide With Low Levels of Nitrogen Dioxide for Heart Transplant Patient Evaluation 4Childhood Obesity Linked to Increased Risk of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Adulthood 2Childhood Obesity Linked to Increased Risk of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Adulthood 3Childhood Obesity Linked to Increased Risk of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Adulthood 4
14-3-3 tau Antibody Shipping Temperature: HOT Storage Temperature: -20C...
Applications: Western blotting Stability: Room temperature, indefinitely ...
... Rabbit Antibody to ARG. Vasopressin ... vasopression peptide. Cells are found in ... fibers are found throughout the hypothalmus ... perfused tissue. Immunogen: ...
CircuLex Anti-Human S100P Polyclonal Antibody Research Focus: proliferation Storage: -20C Shipping Temperature: 4C...
Biology Products: