NCRI 2018 | Why attend a medical congress: a patient and student perspective

Max Williamson

Max Williamson, a member of the NCRI TYA & Germ Cell Tumours Clinical Studies Group, and biomedical sciences student at University College London, London, UK, discusses his involvement in the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) since 2016, and how it has opened a multitude of opportunities to learn and engage with current research happening in the field of cancer. Max provides a patient and student perspective on the benefits of attending conferences such as NCRI, and stresses the importance of involving more students in them. This video was recorded at the 2018 NCRI Cancer Conference, held in Glagow, UK.

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