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When is it okay to stop chemotherapy?

Please join us for this Imperial Science Café for updates and discussions about immunotherapy research and how to decide when it is okay to stop immunotherapy treatment.

  • Wednesday 20th November 2019 18:30 (1 hour)
  • Event
  • For Health Research


At our next Imperial Science Café, Professor Michael Seckl will be sharing updates on immunotherapy research and leading discussions around how to decide when it is okay to stop immunotherapy treatment.

Our Science Cafés create an informal space for researchers to share their research with patients and any interested member of the public. The topics vary but they are aimed at a public audience interested in learning more about cancer research at Imperial.

Volunteer Criteria

Everybody welcome.

When and where?

Wednesday 20th November, 2019
6:30pm to 7:30pm

Maggie's West London,
Charing Cross Hospital,
Fulham Palace Road,
London W6 8RF

Will I get anything for taking part?

Tea, coffee and cake will be provided.

Unfortunately we cannot reimburse travel expenses.


  • Maggie's West London
  • Fulham Palace Road
  • London
  • W6 8RF

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