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Importance and impact of the WIN Symposium

6th - 7th Jul 2011

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Published: 21.07.11
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Prof Alexander Eggermont – Gustave Roussy Cancer Institute, Paris, France

Prof Eggermont explains WIN and its mission within the cancer community, as well as its current impact and hopes for personalised cancer medicine. Discussion on cell genetic changes and the genetic backgrounds of the person contribute to targeted therapies allow a for greater development in research. With WIN’s emphasis on being a world-wide organisation, Prof Eggermont highlights how this will produce new drugs and discoveries in both the western and non-western world, ultimately from pharma, institutes, and biotech working in a unique partnership.

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European Cancer Organisation European Institute of Oncology

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Foundazione Umberto Veronesi Fondazione IEO Swiss Bridge

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Cancer Intelligence