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AACR, NCI and EORTC to Host Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics Conference

October 16, 2009

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PREMIER INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS BREAKTHROUGHS IN DRUG DEVELOPMENT
BOSTON, NOV. 15-19, 2009

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What:
The AACR-NCI-EORTC International Conference on Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics is the location to hear about late-breaking data on emerging cancer therapies. This year’s conference brings together delegates from all over the world to discuss innovation in drug development, target selection and the impact of new discoveries in molecular and cell biology.

To help you plan your coverage of the conference, the program schedule is available online.  Although the full abstracts will not be available until the conference, an electronic press kit containing the press releases and select highlighted abstracts will be available to subscribing reporters on Nov. 9, 2009, via Eurekalert and Newswise, and by request to the AACR Communications and Public Relations Department.

More than 1,000 abstracts will be presented for the first time at the conference, complementing an outstanding program of scientific and educational events. The AACR-NCI-EORTC International Conference on Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics attracts world leaders in cancer research and treatment, including clinical oncologists, industry leaders, basic scientists and translational researchers who are working to improve patient care with the ultimate goal of eradicating cancer.

When:
Nov. 15-19, 2009

Where:
Hynes Convention Center, Boston

Contact/Press Registration:
Natalie Poole
(267) 646-0619
natalie.poole@aacr.org

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