Join Nobel Prize Winner and Immunotherapy Pioneer Dr. Jim Allison on November 15th @ 3 PM Eastern
On November 15th, 2021 at 3 PM Eastern we will have the unique opportunity to hear from Nobel Prize Winner and Immunotherapy Pioneer, Dr. Jim Allison, and his wife, Dr. Padmanee Sharma. Please take the following three steps in order to participate in this once-in-a-lifetime event.
First Step: Register for the Q&A Session
Take the time now to register on this Myeloma Crowd page and join us on November 15th at 3 PM Eastern as we host a Q&A session with Nobel Prize Laureate winner and immunotherapy pioneer, Dr. Jim Allison, and his genius wife, Dr. Padmanee Sharma, a renowned genitourinary cancer doctor. Both Drs. Allison and Sharma currently practice at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. You can register for the event with Drs. Allison and Sharma by clicking the orange registration button above.
Prefer to use a link? Click here: https://tinyurl.com/myelomacrowddoc
Second Step: Register for Free Access to the Jim Allison: Breakthrough Documentary
After registering for the Q&A session, we ask that each registrant takes the time to watch the documentary, Jim Allison: Breakthrough before November 14th, 2021. The actual video link to watch this documentary will be sent out on November 1st, but you can register now for free access on the Uncommon Productions website.
Prefer to use a link? Click here: www.breakthroughdoc.com/myelomacrowd
Third Step: Ask Your Questions Ahead of Time
We ask that all questions for this event be submitted ahead of time, by November 12th. No questions submitted during the meeting will be answered.
Prefer to use a link? Click here: https://tinyurl.com/jimallisonquestions
We are so excited to join you for this event. Please share this article with any of your friends or family that might be interested in joining. We want all to have the opportunity to watch Jim Allison: Breakthrough and have the chance to ask these amazing doctors your questions.
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