Lugano, Switzerland, 30 September 2021 – The Molecular Analysis for Precision oncology (MAP) Virtual Congress is designed to answer the critical question about how to integrate the wealth of information coming from the analysis of tumour samples into daily practice.
The programme will provide oncologists with expert guidance to seek and identify actionable mutations in patient’s DNA to provide the best possible personalised treatment.
Tumour crosstalk with the microenvironment in metastasis
Transcription and translation inhibitors in cancer treatment
Spatial techniques for the tumour microenvironment
‘Understanding immune reactivation by immune checkpoint blockade in human cancer using ex vivo avatars’ by Ton Schumacher, NL – 8 October at 13:45 CEST
Gordon Peters lecture: ‘Exploring and therapeutically exploiting the tumour microenvironment’ by Johanna Joyce, CH – 9 October at at 13:45 CEST
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In addition to having access to live streaming of sessions, live chat and Q&A with invited speakers, e-poster area, virtual exhibition area, and industry satellite symposia, accredited journalists will also have access to the Meeting webcasts.
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Notes to Editors
Please make sure to use the official name of the meeting in your reports: MAP 2021 Virtual
Official Congress hashtag: #MAP2021
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