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Boehringer Ingelheim organised an edition of Conversations in Oncology in Latin America on 23–24 September 2016 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The 2016 meeting continues Boehringer Ingelheim’s tradition of highly interactive annual scientific meetings focused on the latest research and developments in oncology.
To view slides from the various presentations, simply click on your file of choice below.
Recent Advances in the Molecular Biology of Cancer Therapy
State of the Art: Recent Therapeutic Advances in Lung Cancer 2016
Treatment algorithm for EGFR-M+ NSCLC: Where do the 3rd Generation EGFR TKIs fit in?
Best Practices in Oncologic Pathology
Design of Clinical Trials with Molecularly Targeted Therapies
Targeting Angiogenesis in NSCLC
State of the Art in NSCLC: Anti-angiogenic Therapy for 2nd Line
State of the Art: Colorectal Cancer (CRC)
Roundtable discussion: NINTEDANIB in 2ND line for NSCLC
Immunotherapeutic Approaches in the Treatment of NSCLC
State of the Art: Management of Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck
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