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Welcome to Childhood Cancer 2016

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5th to 7th September 2016, Church House Conference Centre, London

red-dot A scientific and educational meeting showcasing state-of-the-art translational science in childhood cancer

Dr Nick GouldenWe are pleased to invite you to join us in London for Childhood Cancer 2016, an international conference showcasing state-of-the-art translational science in childhood cancer.

The conference, chaired by Dr Nick Goulden, will provide a forum for clinicians and scientists from different disciplines to exchange knowledge and ideas.

red-arrowDr Nick Goulden on CC2016: What's different about Childhood Cancer 2016?

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Combining an outstanding line-up of plenary speakers with free communication and panel debates, we will address three themes over three days:
  • Is precision medicine a reality for children with cancer in 2016? Chaired by Professor Josef Vormoor and Professor David Walker
  • Can we harness the power of the immune system to cure childhood cancer? Chaired by Professor Persis Amrolia and Professor John Anderson
  • What do we know about influenceable causes of childhood cancer? Chaired by Professor Denis Henshaw and Professor Tariq Enver

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The deadline for submitting abstracts has now closed. Abstracts will support the three conference themes: precision medicine, immunotherapy and causation.

Abstracts must be based on original, unpublished research, not submitted elsewhere.

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Registration closes on Sunday 21st August. Discounts are available for medics in training and non-tenured researchers.

Children with Cancer UK grant-holders and those working on funded projects are eligible for free registration.

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