Vivacitas Oncology Presents for the Second Year in a row at the 2022 SAPA Conference

Somerset, NJ, USA, October 1, 2022 – Vivacitas Oncology, Inc. (“Vivacitas” or the “Company”), a privately-held oncology company focused on tough–to–treat cancers, presents on October 1st, 2022 at the 2022 Sino-American Pharmaceutical Professional Association (SAPA) Conference.

The SAPA Annual Conference is a tremendous platform for participants to share knowledge and viewpoints on important issues and current trends in academic research, pharma, and the biotech industry. The event features presentations and panel discussions by distinguished speakers and panelists from academia and the industry to provide opportunities for scientific exchange, public health education, networking, investments, career development, and business collaborations.

The 2022 Annual Conference will take place in Somerset New Jersey on Friday, September 30th to Saturday, October 1st, 2022.  There will be roughly 500 attendees in person and 300 online participants. 

Scott VanderMeer, Interim CEO, CFO, Director & Co-Founder of Vivacitas Oncology will give a 20-minute presentation and hold a Q&A at the event. “It is great to be back at SAPA for the second year in a row to connect with world-class professionals and to speak with investors about our progress over the last year will be good exposure for the company”, he stated.


The Sino-American Pharmaceutical Professionals Association (SAPA) Conference was established in 1993 and is headquartered in the center of the pharmaceutical corridor in New Jersey.  Since its inception, SAPA rapidly became one of the most active Chinese professional associations in the United States with eight chapters and more than 6,000 members.

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Vivacitas Oncology is a private clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on tough-to-treat cancers.  It originated with the vision of Dr. Joseph Rubinfeld (co-founder of Amgen) and Infusion 51a, LP to transform select chemotherapies beyond their initial potency, toxicity, stability, and/or pharmacokinetics challenges and unlock maximum treatment and tolerability potential. Through an enduring spirit, Vivacitas and its Executive Team continue to apply clarity, tenacity, and vision in their fight against aggressive cancers and the pursuit of new treatment options for patients and families worldwide.

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