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Relevant Conferences

Cell-NCI Symposium: Beyond Cancer Genomics Toward Precision Oncology
October 4-6, 2021
Bethesda, MD

Inaugural Michael J. Weber Symposium: Cancer Signaling
October 15, 2021
The University of Virginia Cancer Center

2nd AACR-KCA Joint Conference on Precision Medicine in Solid Tumors
November 11-12, 2021 (Korean Standard Time)/November 10-11, 2021 (Eastern Standard Time)
Lotte Hotel Seoul, Seoul, Korea (in-person and virtual formats)

Precision Medicine World Conference 2022
January 26-28, 2022
Santa Clara, CA

AACR Annual Meeting
April 8-13, 2022
New Orleans, LA

AACR Annual Meeting
April 14-19, 2023
Orlando, FL

 

Interesting Articles

Yaffe, MB. 2019. Why geneticists stole cancer research even though cancer is primarily a signaling disease. Sci Signal 12(565). pii: eaaw3483.

Mukherjee, S. 2018. The Search for Cancer Treatment That Is Personal and Useful. The New York Times Magazine.

Willyard, C. 2018. The mice that grow human tumors. Nature.

Presley, CJ et al. 2018. Association of Broad-Based Genomic Sequencing With Survival Among Patients With Advanced Non–Small Cell Lung Cancer in the Community Oncology Setting. JAMA 320(5): 469-477. 

NCI 2018. Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer.

Gambhir SS, Ge TJ, Vermesh O, Spitler R. 2018. Toward achieving precision health. Science Translational Medicine 10: eaao3612.

Moscow JA, Fojo T, Schilsky RL. 2018. The evidence framework for precision cancer medicine. Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology 15: 183-192. 

André F. 2018. Developing Anticancer Drugs in Orphan Molecular Entities - A Paradigm under Construction. N Engl J Med 378: 763–765.

Greene MI, Moore JS. 2017. Peter C. Nowell (1928–2016). Science 355: 913–913.