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Conference Series is organizing splendorous Pharmaceutical conferences welcomes you to attend the 12th International Conference and Exhibition on Pharmacovigilance & Drug Safety to be held during July 04-05, 2019 in Valencia, Spain. It focuses on the advancements in Pharmacovigilance, Risk Management, and Drug Safety.

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When you’re testing hundreds of different cancer drugs in the lab, knowing the backstory of the cells you’re testing them on is important. But cellular history might not always be quite what scientists expect – especially when working with cancer cells that have been growing for decades, not in a patient, but in a flat 2D layer in a plastic dish.


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