We’re just over a month away from the first Cancer Research Institute Immunotherapy Patient Summit and we’ve been blown away by the response to the event. The response has been so positive, we’ve had to increase capacity – twice!
As excitement builds, we wanted to share a sneak peek of the programming we’re planning for the Summit. Here’s what to expect:
As you can see, we’re bringing attendees experts in a wide range of topics – from oncologists, to advocates, to patients who’ve experienced immunotherapy firsthand.
We know this will be a valuable day to all to attend, and we’re proud to offer two ways to join in: either in person in New York City, or remotely, via our livestream. Either way, registration is free.
Click here to register to join us on the 24th, either in NYC or remotely.
The Cancer Research Institute Immunotherapy Patient Summit is made possible by generous support from Bristol-Myers Squibb, Merck, Genentech, and Regeneron.
- See more at: http://www.cancerresearch.org/news-publications/our-blog/august-2016/immunotherapy-patient-summit-agenda-announced#sthash.GsCyDCrl.dpuf
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