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      Minds That Matter: 2007 Gairdner International Awards Lectures

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          On October 25 and 26, 2007, at the University of Toronto, the Gairdner Foundation in partnership with Canadian Institutes of Health Research presented a two-day international symposium titled Minds That Matter. The symposium featured academic lectures by Gairdner Award winners past and present and by other leading biomedical scientists. These distinguished researchers share many characteristics in common: creativity, vision, tenacity, and driving curiosity to illuminate discovery with high degree of relevance. The present article summarizes the 2007 Gairdner Award lectures.

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          Curr Oncol
          CO
          Current Oncology
          Multimed Inc. (66 Martin St. Milton, ON, Canada L9T 2R2 )
          1198-0052
          1718-7729
          December 2007
          : 14
          : 6
          : 248-254
          Author notes
          Correspondence to: Flora Krasnoshtein (primary), MedWrite, 210–490 Wilson Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M3H 1T8. Nikolai Nikolov, Medical Marketing, Oncology/Hematology, Hoffmann–La Roche Limited, 2455 Meadowpine Boulevard, Mississauga, Ontario L5N 6L7. E-mail: flora.krasnoshtein@ 123456alumni.utoronto.ca or info@ 123456medwrite-canada.com nikolai.nikolov@ 123456roche.com
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          The Gairdner Foundation, 44 Charles Street West, Suite 4706, Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 1R8 (www.gairdner.org)

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          co14_6p248
          2133094
          541c3e37-45d8-43e0-8b4d-8ef79829fc57
          2007 Multimed Inc.

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          Oncology & Radiotherapy
          programmed cell death,genome search,angiogenesis,hpv vaccine,vegf,gairdner symposium,cohesin,antibiotic resistance,breast cancer,targeted therapy,metastatic,genomic profile,tumour phenotype,translocation,her2 receptor,acute myeloid leukemia,chromosome,apoptosis,angiogenic factors,cancer stem cells,genome projects

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