Cancer Vaccines Training the Immune System to See Cancer

One of the most promising personalized immunotherapy approaches currently being explored in the clinic is cancer vaccines. These vaccines especially patient-tailored versions known as neoantigen vaccines are capable of educating patients’ immune systems about what their individual tumors look like, and in turn, have the potential to improve the immune system’s ability to target and eliminate cancer.
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Webinars on Climate Change Negotiations and Health

WHOare organisingtwo webinars onclimate change negotiations and healthto provide an overview of the recent milestones in climate change negotiations and the health priorities for COP27.
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AI in practice: your guide to rehumanizing healthcare

Athenahealth

Artificial intelligence—AI—is already making healthcare more efficient. It’s not about robots replacing nurses; it’s about rerouting the many daily aggravations that get in the way of patient care. How can you start using AI to your advantage? Join Girish Venkatachaliah, our VP of AI, Data Strategy, Analytics, and Machine Learning, for a interactive online discussion. He’ll guide us through 5 steps of getting started with AI, sharing real-life examples of how AI is saving millions of hours of work per year for athenahealth’s customers.
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Initial Evaluation and Treatment for a Burn Patient

Lorman

Learn more on burn injury, prevention and the immediate care needed for patients with burn injuries. In the United States, approximately 486,000 people seek medical treatment for burns each year. Many people may not recognize their risk of burn injury. It will cover the classification system used for burn injuries describe the local and systemic effects of a major burn injury, discuss the potential fluid and electrolyte alterations of the emergent/resuscitative and acute phases of burn management, describe care of the patient with burn injuries, and identify the appropriate patient referral to a burn center.
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Immunotherapy in Breast Cancer

Esmo

It is with great pleasure that I invite you to participate in the ESMO Webinar entitled ‘Translating Immunity to Clinical Applications of Immunotherapy in Breast Cancer’. This webinar will go live on 3 May from ESMO Breast Cancer 2019 in Berlin.Breast cancer has traditionally been considered as an immunologically silent disease. However, recent preclinical and clinical research suggests that immunotherapy can improve outcomes in a subset of breast cancer patients.I am delighted to announce the lectures by three distinguished experts in the field who will join me in this webinar.
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