Conference on pancreatic cancer
Hopes for treatment
Initiated by researchers Gerardo Ferbeyre, John Stagg and Simon Turcotte, this free conference aims to inform the public on the latest scientific advances concerning possible treatments for pancreatic cancer.
The conference will take place on June 2 at 5:00 p.m. in the CHUM’s Pierre-Péladeau Amphitheatre. It will also be broadcast live on the Facebook page of the Institut du cancer de Montréal and the CHUM. The information session will be followed by a wine and cheese reception to discuss with the researchers and speakers.
Course of the evening
4:30 p.m.: Welcome of guests at the CHUM Pierre-Péladeau Amphitheatre
5 p.m.: Start of the conference
6 p.m.: Question period
6:15 p.m.: Start of the wine and cheese reception
7 p.m.: End of the event
Contribute to the fight against pancreatic cancer
Through research and new technologies, researchers see the possibility of developing personalized treatments for each patient, such as a messenger RNA vaccine and cell therapy.
Their vision is to use the latest molecular profiling technologies coupled with artificial intelligence to accelerate the development of innovative treatments for pancreatic cancer.
Hope for a cure for cancer is now within reach.
It is also possible to make a donation to the Pancreatic Cancer Fund here.