The abstracts of all accepted posters for the WIN 2015 Symposium are now available to download.
Video Razelle Kurzrock
Video Waun Ki Hong
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Hear the latest about cancer research and precision cancer medicine from global key opinion leaders: James Allison, James Doroshow, Andrea Califano, John Mendelsohn, Francesco Pignatti and others. View the final WIN Symposium program with all lecture topics and speakers, and 80 posters on a diversity of highly contemporary topics.
Unfortunately the hotel rooms at the Symposium Venue, Hotel Novotel Paris Tour Eiffel, are fully booked. You are advised however to book hotel accommodation at Hotel Mercure Tour Eiffel or Hotel Pullman Tour Eiffel. Both hotels are in walking distance from the symposium venue (approx. 15 minutes).
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April 14, 2015 10:00 UTC WIN Consortium Appoints Professor Waun Ki Hong as Special Advisor to Oversee Its Combined Targeted Triple-Therapy Strategy Aiming to Achieve Significant Impact on Survival in Metastatic Lung Cancer WIN 2015 Symposium PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Worldwide Innovative Networking – WIN Consortium announces today the appointment of Professor …