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The Society for Melanoma Research and Prova Education Collaborate to Expand the 10th Anniversary Congress
Date:11/15/2013

ofessor of Cancer Biology at the University of California, San Francisco. “This Congress will address the emergent targeted and immunotherapies that have the potential to supplant existing chemotherapy treatments.”

“Prova Education is excited to support this important event for the second year in a row,” said Alana Brody, Vice President of Oncology Education Development at Prova Education. “We understand oncology, and we want to help groups like SMR provide a world-wide audience of medical professionals with the latest information on melanoma research.” Like last year, Prova Education plans to utilize on-demand, online, and on-air resources—such as ReachMD Radio, a radio broadcast station with a medical-education focus—to reach clinicians from around the globe with updates from the SMR 2013 Congress.

About the Society for Melanoma Research (SMR)
The SMR brings together myriad professionals who share an abiding devotion to sharing research to improve the lives of those suffering from melanoma. SMR focuses on bringing discoveries from bench to bedside and back by fostering cooperation between labs and clinics. It builds multidisciplinary collaborations to achieve its goals and provides yearly Congresses, ongoing workshops, and other educational opportunities that act as catalysts to raise awareness in melanoma research and clinical practice. More information is available at http://www.SocietyMelanomaResearch.org.

About Prova Education
Prova Education, a wholly owned subsidiary of US HealthConnect Inc., delivers integrated, lifelong learning opportunities that lead to improvements in clinician competence and performance, with the aim of improving patient outcomes. Its multi-platform educational network includes live meetings, online activities, social media, radio broadcasts, print media, and more. Its global footprint includes edu
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