BioHabana 2022 International Congress concludes

BioHabana 2022 International Congress concludes
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29 April 2022
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Havana, April 29 (RHC)-- The BioHabana 2022 International Congress concludes Friday with theoretical sessions. Among the scheduled lectures the conference of American doctor James P. Allison, Nobel Prize in Medicine 2018, related to cancer immunotherapy.

Italian Aldo Venutti from the National Institute of Tumors Regina Elena will also speak at Havana's Convention Center with a paper entitled "In situ vaccination: the new frontier of immunotherapy for HPV-associated cancer."

The presentation of the results of studies with the Cuban vaccine CIMAvax-EGF against lung cancer, developed by the Center for Molecular Immunology (CIM), stood out the day before and one conceived in collaboration with the Roswell Park Institute of New York, in the United States.

The Prime Minister of Belize, John Antonio Briceño, after visiting the exhibition area of the Congress, said that there are business opportunities between Cuba and his country.

Some  1,000 delegates from 51 countries participate in the event. Under the slogan Science for a healthy life, BioHabana 2022 brought together scientific personalities and companies from the biotechnological and pharmaceutical sectors from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Panama, Venezuela, El Salvador, Peru, Paraguay, and Argentina, among other countries.


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