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CHI Announces Mark Bagarazzi, MD, Inovio's CMO to Speak at Upcoming Conference
Today, Inovio Pharmaceuticals reports long-term immune responses from therapeutic cervical dysplasia and cancer DNA vaccine. Mark Bagarazzi, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, will speak at CHI's Clinical Development of Vaccines conference.
Cambridge Healthtech Institute has confirmed Mark Bagarazzi, M.D., as a speaker at the upcoming Clinical Development of Therapeutic Vaccines conference taking place on August 17-18, 2011 at the Boston Cambridge Marriott Hotel in Cambridge, MA.
Dr. Bagarazzi is will speak on Thursday, August 18 at 10:30 a.m.
This conference is part of ImVacS: The Immunotherapeutics & Vaccine Summit.
For details on Dr. Bagarazzi's presentation and to register, visit http://www.healthtech.com/
Delegates that register by May 13 will save up to $400 off the published rate.
Writers and editors are invited to attend. To request a press pass, contact Tracey Fielding at email@example.com.
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