Discount for ecancer members at the 2013 WIN Symposium

20 Jun 2013
Discount for ecancer members at the 2013 WIN Symposium

ecancerclub members are eligible for a €75 discount on registration for the 2013 WIN Symposium.

The WIN 2013 Symposium is the fifth in an annual series of multi-sector, worldwide Symposia dedicated to the advancement of personalized cancer medicine.

The theme of WIN2013, taking place July 10-12, 2013, in Paris, France, is:

“Personalized Cancer Therapy: From Innovation to Implementation”

Join leaders from around the world in a collaborative, global forum to learn about and share innovations that represent the most promising advances in personalized cancer care. Globally-recognized experts from academia, pharma, life-sciences, healthcare IT, regulatory, and patient advocacy will present in plenary sessions on:

  • OMICS assays that support personalized clinical care today. Moderator: Alexander Eggermont, Institut Gustave Roussy (France)
  • Analysis and clinical application of genomics. Moderator: Levi Garraway, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (USA)
  • Clinical progress in personalized cancer therapy. Moderator: Richard L. Schilsky, ASCO (USA)
  • New approaches that impact personalized cancer care. Moderator: John Mendelsohn, MD Anderson Cancer Center (USA)

WIN2013 is a unique opportunity for all stakeholders in personalized cancer medicine. With extended time for discussion and interaction, the Symposium offers you opportunities to learn from, and network with, leaders from around the globe regarding the most transformational developments in cancer care.

The WIN Symposium series is an initiative of the Worldwide Innovative Networking (WIN) Consortium, a global collaboration of leading academic, industry, and advocacy organizations created to accelerate the pace and reduce the cost of translating the most promising innovations in personalized cancer medicine into the standard of care worldwide.

“The annual WIN Symposium in Paris provides a unique opportunity for leading stakeholders from academia,
industry, government and advocacy groups in genomic cancer medicine to present data, exchange ideas
and develop new research collaborations.”

- John Mendelsohn, Chairman, WIN Consortium -

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The discount link can be found in the ecancer club benefits area here.