Causes and consequences of microRNA dysregulation in cancer
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Dr Carlo Croce (Cancer Center, Columbus, Ohio, USA) presents a Keynote Address on the Causes and Consequences of microRNA in Cancer.
This lecture was filmed at an event called: 'Recent advances in cancer therapeutics'.
RSM Event Description:
"A two day international conference of the Royal Society of Medicine with the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, a principal teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.
The relationship between our treatments for cancer and the rapid advances in our understanding of the basic science of cancer is not always clear. It is also difficult to capture a broad and global perspective of the current state of the basic sciences involved, yet translating this advance in knowledge into new therapeutic approaches is the key to our future hope of better patient care.
This high level meeting will allow delegates to gain an understanding of the broader upstream picture of recent advances in the science of Oncology and how they may translate downstream into future effective treatments."
Date of Lecture: 30th September 2011.
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