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Conference reports

Conference reports

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30.11.17: At their annual Conference on 25 November 2017 the UKCPA celebrated two outstanding leaders in pharmacy
30.11.17: Ann Page and Mark Borthwick will be co-Chairs of UKCPA for two years
20.10.16: Sentinel lymph node biopsy using LYMPHOSEEK in patients with oral cavity squamous cell carcinoma
20.04.16: The UKCPA is delighted to receive a double accreditation from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. The UKCPA is...
25.01.16: First Phase III Vectibix trial to include a prespecified analysis of efficacy endpoints by RAS tumour status...

Conference reports analysis

Wednesday 23 November 2016
More than 500 pharmacists gathered in Aachen for the German Society for Hospital Pharmacists (ADKA) Congress to explore...
Wednesday 10 August 2016
Issues of stability of ready-to-use systemic anticancer drugs were discussed by a distinguished faculty at an...
Wednesday 10 August 2016
An international panel of distinguished experts gathered to discuss innovations in anticoagulation care, at a symposium...
Wednesday 10 August 2016
More than 3500 people from 73 countries gathered in Vienna for the 21st EAHP Congress. Key topics included advanced...
Tuesday 24 May 2016
Dose banding was the topic of discussion at a stimulating satellite symposium sponsored by Sun Pharma, which featured a...

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