Registration is now open for the 2012 Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance Symposium

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The Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance (Aus-Can PCRA) is a network of Australian and Canadian academic, scientific, clinical and professional experts and scholars working in the area of prostate cancer. The Aus-Can PCRA’s 2012 Symposium takes place April 13-16 at Daydream Island, Queensland, Australia.

The Symposium is structured to provide ample opportunity to discuss collaborations and new innovative research between Canadian and Australian prostate cancer research communities. Formal and informal networking opportunities will give delegates a chance to more fully develop collaborative work, a cornerstone of the Aus-Can PCRA’s mission.

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For more information about the Aus-Can PCRA, click here.

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