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ESMO Symposium on Signalling Pathways in Cancer 2016

The ESMO Symposium on Signalling Pathways 2016 – Focusing on the HER/EGFR family signalling is organised by the leading professionals in the field

This is now the fourth edition and has become the premium event for clinicians in signalling pathways in cancer.

The Scientific Committee has planned an exciting educational programme to help better understand this signalling pathway and the complexities related to its targeting in a range of tumour types.

Fast Facts: ESMO Symposium on Signalling Pathways 2016

  • 10 Educational Sessions
  • No parallel sessions
  • Interactive Q&A time after each educational session
  • An internationally renowned faculty
  • Excellent networking event for Industry

Italian agency (AIFA applications)

The appointed agency to collect on ESMO behalf all applications from the Pharmaceutical Companies and file them with the AIFA (Italian Drug Agency) is:

AIM Group International - AIM Education S.r.l.
Valentina Disabato/Cristina Ghidoli
Via G. Ripamonti, 129
20141 Milan, Italy

How can I participate in the ESMO Symposium on Signalling Pathways 2016?

At ESMO we are committed to providing our industry partners with a variety of solutions to facilitate their presence at our conference.

Contact the ESMO Events Sponsorship Team for more details and we look forward to hearing from you!

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