ICRP Newsletter, February 2015
Includes evaluation highlights presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, news about ICRP landscape reports and information about the ICRP annual meeting.
Established in 2000, International Cancer Research Partnership (ICRP) is a unique alliance of cancer organizations working together to enhance global collaboration and strategic coordination of research. We aim to improve access to information about cancer research being conducted and enable cancer organizations to maximise the impact of their independent efforts, for the benefit of researchers and cancer patients worldwide.
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