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IFPCS Forum

The IFPCS Forum has been created within the members-only section of the IFPCS web site. There, all IFPCS Members are most welcome to contribute with their posts and replies to any topic related to Pigment Cell Research, our Society and its activities (Pigment Cell Societies’ annual meetings, International Pigment Cell Conferences, etc…).  If you are a member of IFPCS, […]

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Do White Blood Cells Make Cancer Deadly?

Previous PASPCR President, Prof. John Pawelek, proposes that tumors start to spread, or metastasize, after fusing with white blood cells. His interesting theory has been now explained in a recent article published in Scientific American (January 2009 issue). Quoting this article, it says: “The ability to spread underlies the killing power of cancer. The process […]

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3rd Asian Society for Pigment Cell Research Meeting

The 3rd Asian Society for Pigment Cell Research Meeting will be held in Seoul, Korea, from the 11th to the 13th of June 2009. We expect to have many participants from Korea, Japan, China, India, Indonesia, Hongkong, Singapore, Philippine, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand, Australia, elsewhere in Asia and throughout the world. We are very […]

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IPCC 2011 WEB site

The WEB site for the next International Pigment Cell Conference (IPCC2011), to be held in Bordeaux (France) in 2011 has been released. This meeting is organised by Prof. Alain Taïeb. Please, visit the IPCC 2011 web site and fill a form if you wish to submit comments or suggest any idea concerning the topics and organization of the […]

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