Cancer Progress Conference Panels Include...
Climbing the Highest Peak: Targeting PD-1/L1 Failures in Solid Tumors
Multifunctional Soluble Biologics: Binders, Binders Everywhere
Tumor Agnostic Development
Accelerated Development Paths
Endogenous Reprogramming: Anything One Can Do Ex Vivo, Can One Do In Vivo (and Do Better)?
Cell Therapy in Solid Tumors: Freedom of the Open Road
Validating New Platforms: Clinical Pain, Commercial Gain
Allogeneic Cell Therapy: Stocking the Shelf
Retention of Native Cell Signaling: Less is More
Heme Malignancies Transformed: An Idiosyncratic Comparison of Multiple Myeloma and AML
Investing in the Emerald City of Oncology Innovation: Platforms & Modalities & Targets, Oh My!
Let’s Make a Deal in Oncology: What’s Behind the Doors & Who Has the Keys?
...More panels TBD
Cancer Progress 2020 Panel Summaries
As a preview of the good things to expect from Cancer Progress 2021, we’re excited to roll out summaries of select sessions from Cancer Progress 2020, starting with a summary of the panel “Paradigm Shifting Platforms II – Non-IO: Targeting Better, Targeting the Intractable” that highlights the key opportunities and challenges of non-IO targeted approaches and how even they cannot be thought of independently from IO.
Good array of opinions and technologies. Well curated
Andrew Allen, MD, PhD, President & CEOGritstone Oncology
As I like to say, Cancer Progress is THE BEST non-academic cancer conference out there. Again proving your staggering insight!
Michael G. King, Jr., Entrepreneur in ResidenceFortress Biotech Inc.
When we hear all the negatives from the experts on cell therapies and COVID—let’s think of Richard Feynman: “Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts
Mark Simon, Managing DirectorTorreya
“Thank you for the opportunity. I felt privileged to be part of a panel composed of stellar leaders within the Oncology space.”
“I really enjoyed the meeting as usual – great topics and speakers. I look forward to next year’s meeting!”