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This week heralds a busy one with the upcoming annual NY Chemotherapy Foundation (Greenspan) meeting that begins tomorrow at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square with the Pediatric session in the afternoon and finishes on Saturday with the Nursing session.

I’ll be at the Greenspan event from Weds to Fri, please do say hello if you see me around.

In the meantime, I’ve been pleasantly surprised at the number of signups to the conference newsletter (see the sign up widget in the right hand margin —>).   The first one, from AACR on colon cancer, goes out this on Wednesday week, please sign up before then if you would like to receive it.

More newsletters will follow soon on the Greenspan Meeting, ASH and SABCS.

I’ve just added a new meeting to my January conference schedule and will be attending the 6th International Society of Gastroenterological Carcinogenesis in Houston, Texas. It’s hosted by MD Anderson and you see the program here.  Many thanks to Drs Ray DuBois and Anas Younes for alerting me to the event.  There are some interesting speakers and topics so it looks like being a good meeting.

You can see my active schedule in the Conference Schedule tab at the top of the site. More events will be added for 2011 as dates firm up.

2 Responses to “NY Chemotherapy Foundation Symposium”

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