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Randy Sweis, MD Nov 9
When you’re grabbing a quick bite at and a 2018 Nobel Laureate just happens to sit down next to you
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Soweto Ink Tattoo Lifestyle 🇿🇦 Dec 10
SOWETO STAND UP The Convention Is This Sunday 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
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Educating Josh Aug 12
Come join us at 12PM today at the Lifestyle Stage at . We'll be holding a LIVE recorded episode and will attempt, once again, to Educate Josh 😆 Will we manage to do it today? Bets are on!
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Stéphanie Cornen Nov 8
P. Hedge Genentech: TMB and immune phenotype across indications
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Soweto Ink Tattoo Lifestyle 🇿🇦 Dec 10
I hope you ready for the festival is definitely ready Don’t Miss It - 16 Dec 2018 🚨🚨🚨🚨
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Drew Pardoll Nov 12
Epic Checkpoints concert. Move over E Street Band.
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Art Krieg Nov 11
Great talk by ⁦⁩ on possible reasons for IDO P3 failures. Kynurinine was only blocked by ~50%. There are many potential ways to improve IO by blocking IDO, TDO, or related pathways. Stay tuned to these pathways!
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Ifor Williams Nov 10
A performance by the band featuring Jim Allison on harmonica and vocals puts a wrap on a long Saturday.
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NCI Director Nov 9
It's an exciting time to be involved in the immune-oncology field. For those attending you're in for a real treat. You'll get to hear these two guys discuss their amazing work!
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RandomJosh Aug 31
It’s been three weeks and I’m already missing these losers loads!! 😂❤️
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Miloš Miljković Nov 13
Thoughts on CAR-NKs from : important to keep a cool head so early in the process, but wow
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Athalia Pyzer, MD PhD Nov 11
My boss is cooler than your boss. 🕺🏻💃🏾👯‍♂️👯‍♀️🥨🍷🥂🍻🍺🍸🍾🎉🎊💣
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Emily Hinchcliff Nov 10
It’s not every day you get to take a photo with a Nobel Prize winner... and then watch him play the harmonica in front of a packed house
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Kelly Paulson Nov 10
Congratulations Dr. Alex Salter of Riddell lab on your award winning research on improving engineered T cells signaling!
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James L Gulley MDPhD Nov 11
Can STING agonists turn an immunologically "cold" tumor "hot"? Looks promising based on critical work presented at 's poster session.
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Konstantin Aug 12
What a social weekend! I usually spend most my time editing in front of a computer so it was lovely seeing everyone at and today at
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𝓢𝓪𝓫𝔃 💚 Aug 13
I've missed them with all my heart ❤ Just beeing with them (no need to talk to them, only beeing around) is lighten up my mood so bad xx was amazing xx am missing the boys already :(
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Art Krieg Nov 11
Amod Sarnaik gave great update on trial in PD-1 refractory melanoma. Michael Lotze points to lower than expected CR rate vs data in CP-naive pts. Nick Restifo: maybe TIL get “beat up” by prior CP. Exciting data but still lots to learn!
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Susan Keown Nov 9
I got my hands on a precious commodity — a few minutes of time w/ legend Phil Greenberg — & asked him some questions about the field’s present & future. At ? Grab your coffee & listen to his Smalley Award keynote at 7:40am Sat.
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Stand Up To Cancer Nov 12
Promising news from and scientists, Dr. Carl June and Dr. David Tuveson, at that could help increase patient access to CAR T-cell immunotherapy.
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