Prof. Seock-Ah Im
How societies should change over the next 10 years to help control and prevent cancer …Remarkably, exciting results have come from high technologies; however, there were limited funding sources for academic researchers. Research funding from the government and society might help to facilitate academic research. Each global pharmaceutical company develops several agents in the same class separately, competitively. We must build a more comprehensive network to facilitate academia, global pharmaceutical company and the biotechnology industry to run together.
“We must build a more comprehensive network to facilitate academia, global pharmaceutical company and the biotechnology industry to run together.”
Prof. Seock-Ah Im
Elaine Mardis, Columbus, Ohio, USA“I’m constantly inspired by cancer patients, especially our pediatric patients, and their families.”
Klaus Pantel, Hamburg, Germany“Each year almost 10 million people die of cancer worldwide and to contribute translational cancer research with the potential to reduce this number is my strongest motivation.”
Pithi Chanvorachote, Bangkok, Thailand“Understanding the defined molecular network and signaling of cancers can lead to discovering the ultimate drug targets that can then result in the best treatment.”
Sabine Kasimir-Bauer, Essen, Germany“I have built a wonderful scientific network and made friends with people from all over the world.”
Sue Branford, Adelaide, Australia“We continue to work toward finding the reasons why some patients don’t have a successful outcome.”
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