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3rd Glioblastoma Drug Development Summit

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January 18, 2022 to January 20, 2022
8:00 AM - 5:40 PM
Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill, 5 Blossom Street,, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States, 02114

About This Event

Together we will increase the length and quality of patient survival from diagnosis.\ \ The 3rd Glioblastoma Drug Development Summit is the only industry led forum for large pharma, biotech and academic KOLs to unite under the common goal of accelerating the practical translation and clinical development of meaningful therapies for the treatment of glioblastoma.\ \ Through investigating the clinical implementation of diverse mechanisms of action, including, DNA damage repair, immunotherapy, oncolytic viruses, cholesterol metabolism, PARP inhibitors and more, we strive to address the urgent need for novel and much improved treatments for this devastating disease.\ \ Tackling specific drug development challenges such as a better understanding of preclinical efficacy and tolerability data to confidently translate into the clinic, improving drug delivery across the blood-brain barrier and optimizing clinical trial design to define more measurable outcomes, this meeting is an absolute must attend for all neuro-oncologists and oncology professionals determined to translate their drug candidates into human clinical trials.\ \ With a huge unmet medical need for effective treatments and too many clinical failures to overcome, there has never been a more important time to attend the 3rd Glioblastoma Drug Development Summit and join your dedicated and determined community to defeat GBM and radically change patients’ lives.\ \ Join us as we unite drug developers and academics to tackle unique drug development challenges creating obstacles for effective treatments for GBM patients