4th Edition of World Congress on

Cancer Survivorship, Prevention and Management

Theme: Survivors of Cancer Swaying Towards Cure

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Moscow, Russia

16 years of lifescience communication

Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Tracks & Key Topics

Cancer Survivorship 2018

About Conference

The 4th Edition of World Congress on Cancer Survivorship, Prevention and Management, will be organised in 2018 October 08-10,  Moscow Russia by EuroSciCon serves an environment for scientist, Cancer survivors, Professors of oncology, Deans of Cancer Hospitals all over the world, Oncology Students and public health experts to know about existing and evolving cancer survivorship research.

As the theme of this Oncology conference Survivors of Cancer Swaying towards the Cure brings the idea of conducting the Cancer conference  Cancer Survivorship, main discussion points will be based on the novel advancements in surgical oncology. This Oncology Conference includes Oral talks, Poster presentations, Exhibitions, and prompt keynote presentations. The tenacity of Cancer Survivorship Conference is to endorse interest, stimulate research, and promulgate information in cancer conferences.

What's New

This Cancer Conference will contain three days of discussion on the Cancer preventions and management of preventing the various types of cancer. And  Oncology conference drive towards new kind of ideas for preventing the cause cancer to the mankind and Treatment of the Organ-related Cancers and its pioneering techniques. This Oncology Conference exhibit’s the chief interdisciplinary stage to experts, professionals, and teachers to display and discuss the latest advancements in the fields of haematology. It is critical for oncologists to keep rationalizes the novel advancements in oncology and management of Haematology. It enriches the cancer research goal of increasing the cancer-free people in the world. 

About Moscow

Moscow is the capital and overcrowded city of Russia, with 13.2 million residents at the city limits, and 17.1 million in an urban area. Moscow has the position of a Russian federal city. By broader Moscow is one of the largest cities around the world. It is being the 14th largest metro area in the world. It is the 18th largest agglomeration in the world, the 15th largest urban area. According to Forbes 2013, Moscow has given the ninth rank in the world. Moscow is present on the Moskva River in the Central Federal District of European Russia, that making it Europe's most densely populated inland city. The city includes the strength of architecture, especially its historic buildings includes Saint Basil's Cathedral with its brightly coloured domes. Moreover, 40 percent of its territory covered by greenery and it is one of the greenest capitals and important cities in Europe and the world. It is having the vast dense forest in an urban area within its borders more than any other major city. The city has aided the capital of a progression of states, from the medieval Grand Duchy of Moscow and the following. Moscow has integrity among foremost political, economic, scientific centre 

Topics

Target Audience

This meeting is planned for gynaecologic oncologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, student, and residents in these areas, research scientists, practitioners, physician assistants, and other clinicians involved in this conference to share your scientific ideas in this scientific environment.

  • Cancer research Students, Scientists
  • Cancer Researchers
  • Cancer research Faculty
  • Medical Colleges
  • Cancer Associations and Societies
  • Oncologists
  • Radiologists
  • Chemotherapists
  • Pathologists
  • Physicians
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Diagnostics Companies

 

Sessions & Tracks

Cancer

The way of understanding the cancer disease is simple. Cancer is an unrestrained development of abnormal cells in the body. Cancer will get advances when the body’s normal control mechanism stops working. Old cells do not expire and instead sprout out of control, forming new, abnormal cells. These extra cells may transform into a mass of tissue, called a tumour. Some cancers, like leukaemia, do not form a tumour.

  • In suit cancer
  • Localised cancer
  • Lymphoma and Leukemia
  • Sarcoma
  • Melanoma

Oncology

There is a revolution in the field of oncology. The variations are due to remarkable advances in basic science, and the growth of new drugs inventions in Cancer diagnosis Instruments and successful immunisation programmes that are followed. Cancer death rates are decent and this is the part of it because of radical new treatments, effective screening programmes that result of popular activities for variation in patient care, and diminished exposure to carcinogens. In certain condition, gene variation can root the cells to elude normal growth controls and become cancer 

  • Morphology  
  • Neoplasm
  • Topography  
  • Benign Cyst
  • Novel Therapies
  • Cytotoxic agents 

Oncogenomics

The part of genomics that distinguishes cancer-allied genes was associated to oncogenomics. It concentrates on epigenomic, genomic, and record alterations in cancer. The advancement from normal tissue to hostile cancer was thought to occur over a period of 5–20 years. Inherited genetic factors and somatic genetic alterations and mutations change were determined, and it results in uncontrolled cell growth and leads to death. The genetic mutations that managed cancer occur only in particular genes. Cancer-causing genes have been categorised as proto-oncogenes (e.g., the genes for MYC, ERBB2, and EGFR) and tumour suppressor genes such as the genes that encode TP53, CDKN2A, and RB. The accomplishment of the Human Genome Project streamlined the field of oncogenomics and enhanced the capabilities of researchers to the discovery of oncogenes. 

  • Genomics
  • Role of  Oncogenomics 
  • Clinical DNA Sequencing
  • Hereditary cancer Syndrome
  • Microarray
  • Mutation Genomics Strategies
  • Networking inhibitors

Cancer Diagnosis & Cancer diagnostics

Electromagnetic radiation Magnetic resonance imaging is a process of composing X-rays that produces strong magnetic fields as well as radio waves to get detailed images of the interior body site. A biopsy is a process of a medical test in order to find the existence of cancer in our body. Generally, this test will prescribe by an oncologist, interventional radiologist, or an interventional cardiologist that involves a sample of cells or tissues for examination. A complete blood count (CBC) gives significant knowledge about the count and kinds of cells in the blood, especially white blood cells camera.gif, red blood cells camera.gif, and platelets. Cancer staging is the method of regulating cancer maturation to a certain extent by spreading. The TNM Classification of Malignant Tumours is the system of Cancer Staging that provides codes to illustrate a person's cancer stage when this derives with a solid tumour.

  • Analysing Image Studies
  • Sputum analysis
  • Bone Marrow Aspiration
  • Pap Test Analysis
  • Genetic analysis
  • Endoscopy analysis
  • Bronchial washing analysis
  • Diagnostic Market

Oncology Screening & Staging

Genetic testing is the source of growing cancer in a lifetime. It can be done by finding the specific changes that take place in your genes, proteins, chromosomes. This change is said to be a mutation. Breast cancer, ovarian cancer, Colon, as well as thyroid will facilitate genetic testing to diagnose the disease in our body. No genetic test can able to say development of cancer. Nevertheless, this test will help you to caution about the risk of advancement in cancer.  

  • Diagnostic testing
  • Predictive gene testing
  • Molecular Oncology
  • Innovation in Genetic Testing
  • Presymptomatic gene testing
  • NGS Testing

Cancer Science & Cancer Therapies

 Cancer therapy is the latest way of treating cancer that makes use of drugs or other material substances to identify and invade on cancer cells, generally while little damage is happening to normal cells. Targeted therapy is producing the growth of many cancer treatment regimens. Molecularly targeted therapy is one among the key modalities of medical treatment for cancer. The Drugs exerted by specific targeting genes. These genes are initiated in cancer cells or in cells linked to cancer growth, such as blood vessel cells. As arrangements of molecular medicine, targeted therapy blocks the evolution of cancer cells by interloping with specific targeted molecules required for carcinogenesis and tumour growth, instead of simply interfering with all rapidly dividing cells.

  • Health Economics in Cancer Treatment
  • Implication of Cancer Therapy
  • Innovation in Cancer Treatment
  • Immunotherapy
  • Surgical therapy
  • Targeted therapy
  • Radiotherapy 

Cancer Vaccination

It is the system of antigenic system material is used to arouse an individual immune system to prevent the pathogens. Vaccines are the preventive measures of infectious diseases. The Influence of the vaccines is been promoted worldwide. This is one of the methods of preventing infectious diseases more effectively. By using, vaccination method we have prevented many diseases, such as smallpox. The vaccine for smallpox was discovered by the Louis pasture. Through this lead of vaccine, we have eradicated smallpox by 1979. In cancer, the tumour antigen led a path towards antigen-specific immunotherapy of cancer. Today antitumour vaccination hasn't reached its promised destination. This happens because of the failure includes a tumour immune escape mechanism, limitations in availability of a tumour specific antigens in the destination immunological context.

  • Hepatitis B Vaccine
  • Pneumococcal Vaccine
  • Immunopotentiators
  • Therapeutics Vaccination
  • Action of Cancer Vaccines 

Cancer Prevention

Cancer prevention is an accomplishment drags towards the lower chance of getting cancer. In 2017, 1.6 million people were diagnosed with cancer in the United States. Not only the physical problems but also the emotional distress was caused by cancer, the expensive costs of care are also an obligation to patients, their families, and to the public. With the prevention cancer, the number of new cases of cancer can be reduced. Expectantly, this will moderate a load of cancer and cancer death number will decrease. The risk of cancer can be condensed through diet and other lifestyle change. Tobacco is precisely associated with cancer, so precluding tobacco can reduce the danger of lung cancer. Reducing the level of alcohol can reduce the danger of neck throat and oesophageal cancer. Persuading exposed skin by smearing sunscreen lotions in order to reduce the risk of skin cancer. Cancer can be handled by many treatments like chemotherapy, radiation therapy, hormonal therapy, target therapy, and palliative care.

  • Psychological Aspects
  • Hereditary Aspects
  • Food Habitats
  • Immunized Aspects
  • Behavioural change
  • Chronic inflammation

Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cells having the characteristic like tumour Cancer cells that are associated with normal stems cells. Stem Cell Therapy is the kind of treatment to prevent the disease. The most common stem cells therapy that is seen in our day to day life is bone marrow transplantation. Leukaemia, multiple myeloma or lymphoma cancers can be treated by using the treatment of stem cell transplantation. Cord Blood Stem and Cancer cord blood comprise of hematopoietic (blood) stem cell. These cells make a variation in cells like red blood cells, white blood cells, Hematopoietic stem cells, get saturated from bone marrow or blood, have been used in stem cell treatments for leukaemia, blood and bone marrow disorders when chemotherapy is been treated.

  • Bone Marrow
  • Innovation in Stem Cell Therapies
  • Bone Marrow Transplantation
  • Totipotent
  • Induced Pluripotent
  • Somatic cell Nuclear Transfer

Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy is one of cancer treatment that used to destroy the tumour cells by using chemotherapeutic drugs. A doctor who has done his specialization in treating cancer with the help of a medication called a medical oncologist. As chemo is the word that always gives the meaning of surgery as well as radiation therapy remove. As if the doctors have prescribed a patient auto undergo chemotherapy, we have to understand that treatment decision can be done in 3 main achievements in cancer therapy. They are a cure, control, palliation. As this treatment contains several practices of drugs in different ways to kill more cancer cells. In some cases, this chemo is used only for the treatment as per the patient need. But sometimes radiation therapy is mainly used with the chemotherapy.

  • Neoadjuvant therapy
  • Adjuvant therapy
  • Damaging Agents
  • Antimitotic Agents
  • Anti - Helminthic drugs
  • Side Effects of Chemotherapy 

Biopsy

Biopsy acts as the elimination of small quantity of tissue or sample of cells that start from your body for the purpose examining under a microscope. All other diagnostic techniques can suggest whether cancer is existing in our body or not, but only a biopsy can give a definite diagnosis. The ejection of the entire lump is called an excisional biopsy. A larger needle having a cutting tip is used to represent a column of tissue beyond a suspicious area is called core needle biopsy. In a Vacuum-assisted biopsy, the suction device is gets operated to accumulate the sample which increases the fluid and cell quantity that is retrieved by using the needle. Endoscopic biopsy is most repeatedly used in gastric cancers to eliminate the tissues for examination. The process of eliminating the small amount of solid tissue from a bone marrow handling with a needle is called bone marrow biopsy. This method is used to find whether the person is suffering from blood cancer or not. Blood cancers comprise of leukaemia, lymphoma, or multiple myeloma. The arrangement of an imaging procedure such as X-ray, computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with a needle biopsy is known as an Image-guided biopsy.

  • Innovation Therapies in Biopsy
  • Analysing Cancer Biopsy
  • Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping
  • Surgical Biopsy
  • Eosinophil in inflammatory infiltrate 

Hormonal therapy

In women, the body of the women is made up of ovaries. Oestrogen generates hormone receptor that leads to the positive breast cancer growth. Therefore, condensing the amount of oestrogen can shorten the risk of an early life-stage. These medicines are used to reduce the growth of advanced stage. As there are following types of hormonal therapy medicine, such as aromatase inhibitors, selective oestrogen receptor modulators, as well as oestrogen receptor down regulators. In few cases, the surgery will act as a major role, such as the ovaries as well as the fallopian tubes confiscated by the surgical method in order to treat the hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer. Abandonment of ovaries is done temporarily by medication. It is very necessary to know that hormonal therapy is not hormone replacement therapy (HRT). HRT does not use to treat breast cancer. It used to treat the troublesome menopausal side effects in women such as hot flashes and mood swings.      

  • SERMs
  • LHRH Agonists
  • Oophorectomy
  • Aromatase Inhibitors
  • Role of Anti Androgens
  • Benefits of Bioidentical
  • Side effects of Hormonal Therapy

Pharmaceutical Oncology

A multidisciplinary approach to overhaul has been applied in a variety of settings in clinical oncology, particularly among patients with stomach and colorectal cancer. Multidisciplinary care incorporates various disciplines that existing resources to enhance treatment plans and develops patients’ worth of life. Although the contribution of clinical pharmacists as part of the multidisciplinary team in the oncology department. Cancer Drugs were applied in order to treat cancer and reducing symptoms of cancer, and side-effects, such as nausea. Doctors would treat the cancer patients with two or more drugs that were used in chemotherapy and rarely with other medicines, such as steroids. Anti-cancer drugs eliminate cancer cells by preventing growth or obstructing multiplication at a certain point in their life cycles. Vaccines were medicines that develops the immune system's natural ability to safeguard the body from “foreign invaders,” that mainly forms infectious agents that may cause hereditary disease. HPV vaccine and Hepatitis B vaccine were cancer prevention vaccines supported by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Cancer treatment vaccines were also called therapeutic vaccines that increase the capability of the immune system to acknowledge and abolish the antigens.

  • Theoretical medicines
  • Innovations of Anti Metabolite Drugs
  • Alkylating agents
  • microtubule inhibitor
  • Steroid hormones
  • Miscellaneous agents
  • Natural Agents
  • HMT Inhibitors
  • Biological Respond Modifier 

Cancer Survivors

Survivors are the one who most likely to report their experiencing physical problems, tailed by financial issues, education or informational needs, and other personal control troubles, which comprises needs related to conserving an autonomy and independence. Even though survivors can lead long, healthy lives after cancer, they generally have physical, emotional, or even financial needs that make to continue for many years after being diagnosed. There are now more than 14 million cancer survivors in the United States – most of them are long-term survivors living 5, 10 or more years after receiving their diagnosis.

  • Acute
  • Chronic
  • Long-term
  • Cured

Adolescents Survivors

Some cancers in adolescents and young adults may contain unique genetic and biological features. Researchers are working to acquire more about the biology of cancers in young adults so that they can integrate molecularly targeted therapies that may be effective in these cancers. Young adults are mostly kid or older adults to be identified with definite cancers, such as thyroid cancer, Hodgkin lymphoma, testicular cancer, melanoma, and sarcomas. Nevertheless, the incidence of specific cancer types differs according to age. Leukaemia, testicular cancer, and thyroid cancer were the most common cancers among 15-24-year-olds. Among 25-39-year-olds, breast cancer and melanoma were the most common cancer diseases. 

  • Brain Tumors
  • Central Nervous System Tumors  
  • Breast Tumors 
  • Cervical Tumors 
  • Colorectal Tumors 
  • Germ Cell Tumors

Malignancy aggravation

Cancer survivors show satisfaction with provided information regarding the disease as well as the treatment that increases the quality of life lower depression which results in less anxiety. People who get information on paper, linked to oral, Specify that they get more information and were more satisfied with the information provided. The American Institute of Medicine and the Dutch health council suggested using of a Survivorship Care Plan; which is a curt of a patient's course of treatment, with an endorsement for successive surveillance, management of late effects, and strategies for health promotion. Cancer survivors are aided to appropriate the same protocol for physical activity as the rest of the population. Increased physical activity shortens both all-cause and cancer-specific mortality in breast and colorectal cancer survivors. Physical activity promotes the quality of life among an area of cancer survivors and may back with cancer-related fatigue and common co-morbidities. Diet can also affect long-term mortality, with proof across various cancer types

  • Inter medullary Spinal Cord Tumors
  • Emerging Personalised Medicine
  • Micro RNA
  • Cancer Cirrhosis

Oncology Saviours

Cancer is somewhat like a common disease. Generally, this category must include only people who are prominent for being survived by cancer, particularly, those who have willingly participated in the public activism of issues associated with cancer. As we have to respect people’s eudemonia. Information about people's eudemonia, including their position as a cancer survivor, must always be highlighted by high-quality, non-self-published reliable source. By seeing category people causes cancer. For people who have expired from cancer or its treatment. 

  • Breast Cancer Saviour
  • Colorectal Cancer Saviour
  • Kidney Cancer Saviour
  • Liver Cancer Saviour
  • Lung Cancer Saviour
  • Paediatrics Cancer Saviour
  • Testicular Cancer Saviour

Nutrition Science

We can call dietary as diet therapy. As it is a method giving the proper nutrition to the patient prescribed by the doctors. Treatment of the patient involves food for a better condition of the health. In the case of cancer patients, diet is very important to survive for a long period. Taking the right kind of the food before and after cancer treatment is very important. As the cancer patient should need all the vitamins as well as nutrition. When the body is not provided with the proper nutrition then the patient is going to suffer from the malnutrition. In some conditions, the tumours in our body make chemicals that distract the way of nutrients usage. Cancer and the cancer treatment make the patient harder to consume the nutrition and vitamin. The side effects caused by the treatment of cancer in eating.

  • Diet Maintenance
  • Metabolism
  • Cachexia
  • Food Supplements
  • Anorexia
  • Physical Exercise
  • Pranayama
  • Hatha Yoga
  • Astanga Yoga
  • Iyengar Yoga

Market Analysis

The cancer diagnostic market had been valued at USD 124.0 billon in the year 2016 and is predicted that there is the growth of 7.2% over the forecast period at CAGR. Growing pervasiveness of oncologic cases, constant technological revolutions in diagnostics and being increases requirement for operative screening tests are some of the main factors motivating the demand for screening tools across the world

 

Increase in mature population and cancer cases are possible to create a huge opportunity for cancer diagnostics. Intensifying awareness and supportive government organizations are some other aspects that are fore screen to increase the growth sector through the forecast period. The universal cancer diagnostics market is disintegrate based on technology, presentation, and region.

  • Natural innovation of cancer prevention
  • Therapies for diagnosing the cancer haematology
  • Oncologists
  • Radiologists
  • Pathologists
  • Haematologists
  • Gynaecologists
  • Chemotherapists
  • Academicians
  • Research Scholars
  • Student Delegates from Academia

Major cancer associations across the globe

  • American Association for cancer research
  • American Neuroma Association
  • Cancer Research Institute
  • Irish Cancer Society
  • National Cancer Society of Malaysia
  • National Cancer Institute
  • Cancer Research UK
  • Association of oncology Social work
  • The Association for Cancer Surgery (BASO)
  • Global Initiative against HPV and Cervical Cancer       
  • Global Lung Cancer Coalition (GLCC)
  • International Gynaecologic Cancer Society
  • Cancer Council Australia
  • Australian Cancer Research Foundation
  • Australian Cancer Foundation
  • Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
  • National Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Lung Foundation Australia
  • Kids with Cancer Foundation
  • Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation
  • Cure Cancer Australia Foundation
  • Clinical Oncology Society of Australia
  • Ovarian Cancer Australia
  • Children’s Cancer Foundation
  • Australian Gynaecological Cancer Foundation
  • Cure Brain Cancer Foundation

Top universities related to cancer

  •  University of California
  •  American Institute for Cancer Research
  •  The Institute of Cancer Research
  •  Lowy Cancer Research Centre
  •  Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer
  •  University of South Australia
  •  Mitchell Cancer Institute
  •  University of Chicago Medicine  Cancer Centre
  •  Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research
  •  Shizuoka Cancer Centre/Research Institute
  •  Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre
  •  UCL Cancer Institute
  •  Bart’s Cancer Institute – Queen Mary University
  •  Peter McCollum Cancer Centre
  •  QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
  •  Stanford Cancer Institute – Stanford University
  •  MD Anderson Cancer Centre
  •  National Cancer Centre
  •  Tsukuba University Hospital
  •  Kanazawa University | Cancer Research Institute

Pharmaceutical Companies Related to Cancer:

  •   Roche pharmaceutical
  •   Celgene pharmaceuticals
  •   Johnson and Johnson pharmaceutical
  •    Pfizer pharmaceuticals
  •    Bristol Myers Squibb pharmaceuticals
  •    Novartis pharmaceuticals
  •    AstraZeneca pharmaceuticals
  •    Merck & co pharmaceuticals
  •     Abbvie pharmaceuticals
  •     Eli Lilly pharmaceuticals

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Top 30 Technologically Advanced Cancer Centres in the World

Top Cancer Universities in the World

European Cancer Universities

ESO - European School of Oncology | Kharkiv National Medical University | Medical University – Plovdiv | Medical University – Pleven | Bukovinian State Medical University | KU Leuven – University of Leuven, Belgium | Technical University of Munich | Humboldt University of Berlin | University of Amsterdam | Erasmus University Rotterdam | Leiden University | RWTH Aachen University | University of Groningen | Utrecht University | University of Tübingen | Yerevan State Medical University | University of Copenhagen | Maastricht University | Medical University of Vienna | University of Milan | University of Barcelona

USA Cancer Universities

Stanford University | Johns Hopkins School of Medicine | UCSF School of Medicine | Duke University | Yale School of Medicine | Harvard Medical School | UNC School of Medicine | UT Southwestern Medical School | The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine | Maryland School of Medicine | University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center | University of Wisconsin School of Medicine | University of Minnesota Medical School | Stony Brook School of Medicine | Vermont College of Medicine | Wayne State School of Medicine | Emory University: School of Medicine | University of Utah School of Medicine | Vanderbilt University | Penn State Hershey College of Medicine | Alabama School of Medicine | UMASS School of Medicine | Rutgers New Jersey Medical School | Oklahoma College of Medicine

Asian Cancer Universities

University of Tokyo | National University of Singapore | Kyoto University | University of Hong Kong | Peking University | Seoul University | National Taiwan University | Osaka University | Tsinghua University | Duke-NUS Medical School | Asian Medical Institute | International Medical University | Taipei Medical University | Allianze University College of Medical Sciences | Mahidol University | Herat University Faculty of Medicine | Karaganda State Medical University | Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine | Chongjin Medical University | Nanyang Technological University

African Cancer Universities

Makerere University | University of Ghana At Legon | University of Nairobi University of Ibadan | University of Botswana | University of Lagos | Cheikh Anta Diop University  | University of Dar Es Salaam | University of Cape Town | Stellenbosch University | University of Pretoria | Cairo University | University of Witwatersand | University of Kwazulu-Natal | University of Western Cape | Mansoura University | University of Johanessburg | Orotta School of Medicine | Addis Ababa University | Aga Khan University Medical School | Egerton University Medical School | University of Malawi College of Medicine | Ambrose Alli University | Walter Sisulu University | Busitema University School of Medicine

Worldwide Cancer Hospitals

Cancer Hospitals in Europe

Chiro Hospital Group, Spain | Cyberknife Center Hamburg, Germany | Vithas Xanit International Hospital, Spain | Anadolu Medical Center, Turkey | Hygeia Hospital, Greece | Neolife Oncology Center, Turkey | Medipol Mega University Hospital, Turkey  | Teknon Medical Center, Spain | Ruber International Hospital, Spain | British Hospital Lisbon XXI, Portugal | Clinic of L'Alma, France | Clinic Hirslanden & Klinik Im Park, Switzerland | Sanitas Hospitals, Spain | Sant Joan de Déu-Barcelona Children's Hospital, Spain | HM Hospitals, Spain | Koc University Hospital, Turkey | University Hospital HM Montepríncipe, Spain | Medicana Healthcare Group  Turkey | University Hospital HM Sanchinarro, Spain | Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany | Hisar Intercontinental Hospital, Turkey | Klinikum Stuttgart, Germany | Nisa Pardo de Aravaca Hospital, Spain | Liv Hospital, Turkey | Hospital Quirón Valencia, Spain

Cancer Hospitals in USA

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston | Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York City | Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota | Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, Boston | UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles | Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, Tampa, Florida | Seattle Cancer Care Alliance/University of Washington Medical Center | Cleveland Clinic | Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore | UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco | Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston | Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian, Philadelphia | Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital, California | Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago | Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University, St Louis | University of North Carolina Hospitals, Chapel Hill | New York–Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell, New York City | USC Norris Cancer Hospital-Keck Medical Center of USC, Los Angeles | Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina  | City of Hope, Duarte, California

Cancer Hospitals in Asia

Rambam Medical Center, Israel | Gleneagles Global Hospitals, India | Bangkok Hospital Pattaya, Thailand | Sourasky Medical Center, Israel | Mahkota Medical Centre, Malaysia | Apollo Hospital Chennai, India | Gleneagles Medical Centre Penang, Malaysia | Sunway Medical Centre, Malaysia | Bumrungrad Hospital, Thailand | National Cancer Centre, Singapore | KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital, Malaysia | BNH Hospital, Thailand | Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Singapore | National University Hospital, Singapore | Rabin Medical Center, Israel | Hadassah University Medical Center, Israel | St. Luke's Medical Center, Philippines | KPJ Damansara Specialist Hospital, Malaysia | Herzliya Medical Center, Israel | Raffles Hospital, Singapore | Assuta Hospital, Israel | Sheba Medical Center, Israel

Cancer Hospitals in Africa

Hummingbird Cancer Centre, Cape Town, South Africa | Life Healthcare Hospital Group, South Africa | Ahmed Kathrada Private Hospital | DavidAnderson Hospital | Hummingbird Cancer Centre, Cape Town, South Africa | UCT Private Academic Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa | Langenhoven Drive Oncology Centre | Vincent Pallotti Oncology Centre | Solway Oncology Hospital | Constantiaberg Oncology Hospital | Vergelegen Oncology Hospital | African Cancer Center | NutriTherapy, South Africa | PaulRuff,Md, Johannesburg/Soweto, South Africa | Sandton Oncology Centre, South AfricaRondebosch Oncology Centre | Outeniqua Oncology Unit | Border Oncology Unit | Lowveld Oncology Unit

Cancer Societies and Cancer Associations

European Cancer Societies and Cancer Associations

Association of European Cancer Leagues | European Association for Cancer Research |European Cancer Organisation: ECCO | ESMO: European Society for Medical Oncology | European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer | Federation of European Cancer Societies | European Society for Pediatric Oncology – SIOPE | European Academy of Cancer Sciences | European School of Oncology | European Society of Surgical Oncology | European Society of Skin Cancer Prevention | European Prostate Cancer Coalition | Organization of European Cancer Institute | European Breast Cancer Coalition | European Network of Cancer Registries | European Oncology Nursing Society | European Registry of Hereditary Pancreatitis and Familial Pancreatic CancerEuropean Society of Gynaecological Oncology | European Society of Skin Cancer Prevention | European Association for NeuroOncology

USA Cancer Societies and Cancer Associations

American Association for Cancer Research | American Childhood Cancer Organization | American Cancer Society | American Head and Neck Society | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Society of Clinical Oncology | Association of Community Cancer Centers | American Brain Tumor Association | Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation | Colon Cancer Alliance | Children's Tumor Foundation | Foundation for Women's Cancer | Lung Cancer Foundation of America | National Brain Tumor Society | Musculoskeletal Tumor Society | National Cervical Cancer Coalition | American Society of Pediatric | Hematology/Oncology | Cancer Research Institute | Children's Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation | Lymphoma Research Foundation

Asian Cancer Societies and Cancer Associations

Asian Clinical Oncology Society: ACOS | Asian Society for Neuro-Oncology |Asian Society of Gynecologic Oncology | Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer PreventionAustralasian Lung Cancer Trials Group | Black Sea Countries Coalition on Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention | Cancer Therapeutics Research Group | Asian Fund for Cancer Research | Asian Cancer Foundation | Asian and Pacific Federation of Organizations for Cancer Research and Control

African Cancer Societies and Cancer Associations

Africa Cancer Foundation | African Cancer Registry Network | African Organisation for Research and Training in Cancer | African Journal of Cancer | Mediterranean Oncology Society | Oncology for Africa ONLUS – Afron | World Health Organisation - Africa Region | African Women’s Cancer Awareness Association | Afrox - Improving Cancer Care in Africa | CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa | Breast Cancer Initiative East Africa (BCIEA) | African Cancer Registry Network

Oncology and Cancer Conferences

European Cancer Conferences

Global Cancer Therapy ConferencesAugust 07-09, 2017  Frankfurt, Germany; 11th European Breast Cancer Conferences Mar 21- 23,2018 Barcelona, Spain ; 2nd World Medical Imaging Conferences and Clinical Research Conferences  September 11-12, 2017 Paris, France; 28th Euro Cancer Science Conferencesand Cancer Therapy Conferences  August 09-10, 2018  Madrid, Spain; Belgium; 27th International Oncology research Conferences and Cancer Stem Cells Conferences May 10-12, 2018  Frankfurt, Germany;23rd International    Cancer Research Conferences & Pharmacology Conferences March 26-27, 2018 Edinburgh, Scotland;21st Global Experts Oncology Conferences & Cancer Case Reports conferences February 26-27, 2018Paris, France; 2nd International Epigenetics Conferences and Chromatin Conferences  November 06-08, 2017 Frankfurt, Germany; 4th World cancer conferences and Cancer Prevention Methods Conferences April 19-21, 2018 Valencia, Spain; NCRI Cancer Conferences November 05-08, 2017  Liverpool, UK; International Oncology Conferences and Diagnostics Conferences August 28-29, 2017 Brussels,   In vivo model of metastasis Conferences November 27-29, 2017   Berlin, Germany; 25th Biennial European Association for Cancer Research ConferencesJune 30–July 3 2018 Amsterdam 9th Biomarkers Conferences  December 07-08, 2017  Madrid, Spain; 3rdInternational Nuclear Medicine Conferencesand Radiation Therapy Conferences  March 26-27, 2018 Edinburgh, Scotland; 9th InternationalLeukemia Conferences and Hematologic Oncology Conferences October 05-06,2017 London

Asian Cancer Conferences

18th   Asia Pacific Prostate Conferences Aug 30 - Sep 02, 2017 Melbourne; 32nd International Oncology Nursing Conferencesand Cancer Care Conferences Sep 13-14, 2017 Singapore; 43rd Turkish Society of National Hematology Conference November 17-19, 2017 Antalya, Turkey; ESMO Asia Cancer Conference November 17-19, 2017 Singapore; 26th World Cancer ConferenceNovember 27-28, 2017 Dubai, UAE; 28th International Society Of Blood Transfusion Conference November 25-18, 2017 Guangzhou , China; Global Oncology Conferences and Radiology Conferences April 16-17,2018 Dubai, UAE; World Haematology Conferences and Medical Oncology Conferences May 28 - 30, 2018Osaka, Japan:Global Oncology conferences & Cancer conferences  March 14-16, 2018 Singapore

USA Cancer Conference

International Oncology Conference November 27-28, 201 Georgia, USA; International Cancer Biology Conferences and Therapeutics Conferences October 23-24, 2017 Ontario, Canada;  International Oncology Conferences and Cancer Therapeutics Conferences October 30 - November 01, 2017 Illinois, USA; 59th  American Society Of Hematology ConferenceDecember 9-12, 2017 Atlanta, United States; 11th International Hematology Conferences on & Hematological Oncology ConferencesNovember 08-09, 2017 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; 7th World Breast Cancer ConferencesNovember 1-2, 2017 Toronto, Canada; International Oncology Conference and  Radiology Conferences  October 25, 2017 Las Vegas, United States; 4th Annual on Gynecologic Oncology Conferences July 18-19, 2018 Atlanta, USA

African Cancer Conferences

AORTIC International Cancer Conferences November 7-10, 2017 Kigali, Rwanda; ESMO Africa Cancer Conference February 14-16, 2018 Cape town, South Africa;  SASCRO SASMO Cancer Conferences  Sandton Convention Centre, South Africa; SASCeTS & Clinical Haematology Society Cancer Conference November 4, 2017 Cape town, South Africa

Oncology and Cancer Journals

CA - A Cancer Journal for Clinicians | Nature Reviews Cancer | The Lancet Oncology | Journal of Clinical Oncology | Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology | Annals of Oncology | Cancer Research | Cancer Discovery | Clinical Cancer Research | Neuro-Oncology | Journal of Thoracic Oncology | International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics | Radiotherapy and Oncology | Cancer and Metastasis Reviews | Journal of Cancer Survivorship | Psycho-Oncology | Seminars in Radiation Oncology | Current Opinion in Oncology | Critical Reviews in Oncology/Hematology | Journal of Hematology and Oncology  | Journal of the National Cancer Institute

Oncology and Cancer Based Companies

Oncology and Cancer Based Companies in Europe

Sol Et Salus Spa | Sanera Pharmaceuticals | Aromics | Kuzey Pharma  | Remedica Ltd  | Azanta | Bone Therapeutics  | Iteos Therapeutics | Regenesys (Athersys) | LinatechDandrit Biotechnology |Dako (Agilent) | H-Immune | Pierre Fabre |Oncodesign | Anagenesis Biotechnologies | Apcure | Ose Immunotherapeutics  | Aratinga Bio | Genclis | Vaxon Biotech | Ibt Bebig

Oncology and Cancer based Companies in USA

Gilead Sciences, Inc. | AMGN | Biogen, Inc. | Celgene Corporation | Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. | Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. | Vertex PharmaceuticalsIllumina | BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc. | Agilent Technologies, Inc. | Flatiron Health | Epizyme | ARMO BioSciences | Guardant Health | Tesaro | bluebird bio | eFFECTOR Therapeutics | Mersana Therapeutics | CytomX Therapeutics | Edico Genome | Raze Therapeutics | G1 Therapeutics | Agenus Inc. | Personal Genome Diagnostics (PGD) | VentiRx Pharmaceuticals

Oncology and Cancer Based Companies in Asia

Shionogi Pharmaceutical Research Facility  | Taiyo Pharmaceutical Industry  | WuXi Biologics’ Perfusion Biologics  | Nippon Shinyaku Corporation  | Medlac Pharmaceutical Plant  | Lonza Niacinamide Production Facility  | Kemwell Biopharmaceuticals Inc.  | Hanmi Pharmaceutical's New Bio Manufacturing Plant | Boehringer Ingelheim  | WuXi Biologics’ Perfusion Biologics  | Pfizer’s Global Biotechnology Centre | GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) Pharmaceutical Inc. | Affymetrix Inc | Daiichi Pharmaceutical Company  | Merck Serono’s Pharmaceuticals  | Novartis Institute of BioMedical Research  | Searle Pharma Medication Production Plant  |  GE Healthcare Shanghai Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plant  | AstraZeneca Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plant  | Alcon Pharmaceutical Facility  | Beike Biotechnology Stem Cell Storage and Processing Facility

Oncology and Cancer Based Companies in Africa

Enaleni Pharmaceuticals Ltd | Amalgamated Pharmaceuticals | Dibana Pharmaceuticals | Abbott Laboratories SA  | Teva Pharmaceuticals Ltd | Amka Pharmaceuticals Ltd | Medimoc Sarl | AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals Ltd | Lilly Oncology - Lilly South Africa | Warren Chem Pharmaceuticals | Biotech Laboratories Ltd | Janssen Pharmaceuticals | Axim Pharmaceuticals | Keko PharmaceuticalIndustries Ltd | Pharmed Pharmaceuticals |  Embassy Pharmaceuticals | S D V Pharmaceuticals | Georen Pharmaceuticals Ltd | Allied Drug Company Ltd | Pharmacare International Ltd

Oncology and Cancer Based Job opportunities

Oncology and Cancer Based Job Opportunities in Europe

Research Management & Communications Officer jobs | Senior Scientific Officer – Metabolomics jobs | Recruitment Consultant - Life Science - South East jobs | Associate or Full Professor in the Field of Translational Research in Oncology jobs, Geneva, Switzerland | Chief Executive Officer jobs, Strasbourg Cedex, France | Independent Junior Group Leader, Vienna, Austria | Oncology Clinical Trials Fellow, London, UK | Doctor Specialised in Oncology, Belgium | Head of Oncology, Belgium | Senior Scientific Officer – Bioinformatician jobs | Cellular Assay Development Scientist jobs | Head of Science Media jobs | Senior Scientist - Large Molecule Analysis jobs | Technical Lead - Analytical Services jobs | Head of ECMC Programme Office jobs | Head of Commercial Partnerships – Bioinformatics jobs | Sr Site Specialist jobs | Regional Manager - Managed Services jobs | Project Research Scientist in Cancer Genetics jobs | Postdoctoral Fellow - CRUK Grand Challenge: Mutographs of Cancer – Cambridge jobs | Senior Research Funding Manager (Discovery Research) jobs | Senior Science Communication Manager jobs | Doctoral candidate (PhD student) in the field of RAS cancer drug development jobs | Senior Oncology Biologist - Cambridge, UK jobs | Protein Scientist jobs |  Clinical Project Manager jobs - Stevenage, Hertfordshire | Senior Scientist - Assay Development - Stevenage, Hertfordshire | Freelance Editors jobs - Medicine, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Psychology | MSc in Cancer Cell Biology – Sussex | Associate Scientist - Stevenage, Hertfordshire

Oncology and Cancer Based Job Opportunities in USA

Postdoctoral Researcher or Scientist Positions in Cancer and Environmental Stressors | Faculty Member - Biomedical Research  | Assistant Professor jobs in Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology | Director, Oncology Promotions / Marketing | HIM - Remote Oncology Data Consultant | R&D Clinical Project Manager jobs - Life Sciences | Medical Director – Oncology | Research Scientist in Immuno-Oncology Job | Clinical Team Leader – Oncology | Senior Director jobs, National Oncology Account Team East | Scientist jobs, Cancer Cell Dependencies, Oncology Research | Director jobs, In-Office Dispensing Operations  | Scientist I jobs- Oncology Research  | Postdoctoral Fellow jobs | Assistant or Associate Professor jobs - Genome Editing & Functional Cancer Genomics | Faculty Positions in Immunology Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/ Harvard Medical School | Tenure-track Assistant Professor  jobs Cancer BiologyPhD Studentships | Senior Research Funding Manager jobs  | Physician-Scientist, Oncology/Neoplasia jobs | Research Scientist | Research Fellow | Sr Scientist jobs -Belfer Center | Faculty Positions in Cancer Research, Harper Cancer Research Institute, University of Notre Dame | Postdoctoral Scholar in Cancer Metastasis and Nanomedicine |  Oncology Medical Science Liaison - Solid Tumors  | Director Companion Diagnostics - US Commercial – Oncology | Registered Nurse jobs, Cancer Center of the Rockies PRN | Oncology Clinical Educator jobs - South Carolina | Medical Oncologist/Hematologist jobs

Oncology and Cancer Based Job Opportunities in Asia

Associate Director jobs, Worldwide HEOR, Oncology | Senior Medical Director jobs - Oncology Development | Regional Medical Science Director jobs – CNS – West | Program Manager and Investigator jobs  Consultant jobs, Pediatric/Adult Oncology | Consultant jobs in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology | Consultant - | Medical Oncologist jobs | Gynecologist jobs with Laparoscopy Gynecology/Oncology | Surgical Oncologist jobs | Western Qualified Consultant Doctor/s | Radiology Consultant jobs | Senior Consultant Medical Oncologist jobs | Chairman of Oncology jobs | Clinical Oncologist jobs | Pediatric Hematology Oncology Consultant jobs | Consultant jobs in Pediatric Haematology/Oncology & Stem Cell Transplant | Consultant Palliative Care/Arabic speaking jobs | Assistant Consultant jobs Radiation Oncology | Oncology Radiation Therapist jobs | Oncology Clinical Director jobs | Research Scientist jobs Breast Cancer Research Team | Post-Doctoral Research Scientist jobs (Head and Neck Cancer)

Oncology and Cancer Based Job Opportunities in Africa

Registered Nurse Oncology jobs | Chemotherapy RN jobs for Cape Town City Centre  | Haematology RN jobs for Southern Suburbs | Technician/Research Technologist I jobs, South Africa | Field Worker jobs – PE | Medical Manager Oncology jobs | Senior Research Funding Manager jobs | Physician-Scientist jobs  Oncology/Neoplasia | Research Scientist jobs | Research Fellow jobs | Senior Pharmacist  jobs Backup to Oncology Gatesville Cape Town | Radiotherapist jobs - Oncology |Registered Nurse jobs - Oncology Trained | Customer Service Clerk jobs -Oncology | Insight leader: Oncology jobs | Pre-Auth Consultant jobs | Pharmacist Assistant jobs Basic Qualified - Glen Marais | Senior Clinical Research Associate jobs |  General Assistant jobs – PE | Unit Manager jobs – Radiotherapy | Medical Affairs Manager jobs | Enrolled Nurse jobs – Oncology | Permanent Registered Nurse jobs with Oncology trained or experience needed in Pinelands, Cape TownHead Of Department jobs - Disease Risk Manager

Places To Visit in Moscow

  • St. Andronik Monastery
  • Epiphany Monastery
  • Chudov Monastery
  • Danilov Monastery
  • Donskoy Monastery
  • Krutitsy
  • Marfo-Mariinsky Convent
  • Preobrazhenskoye Cemetery
  • Novodevichy Convent
  • Novospassky Monastery
  • Nikolo-Perervinsky Monastery
  • Simonov Monastery
  • Sretensky Monastery
  • Ascension Convent
  • Vysokopetrovsky Monastery
  • Zaikonospassky monastery
  • Chrysostom Monastery
  • Churches

Guided city tour passing Cathedral of Christ the Saviour

  • Saint Basil's Cathedral
  • Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
  • Yelokhovo Cathedral
  • Kazan Cathedral
  • Church of the Intercession at Fili
  • St Clement's Church, Moscow
  • Nativity Church in Putinki
  • Iberian Gate and Chapel
  • Church of St. John the Warrior
  • Church of St. Nicholas in Khamovniki
  • Church of All Saints, Moscow
  • Church of the Savior on Bolvany
  • Religious buildings of other religions
  • Moscow Cathedral Mosque
  • Moscow Choral Synagogue
  • Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Moscow)

Inside the Upper Trading Rows (named GUM) near Red Square

  • The Bolshoi Theatre
  • Moscow Art Theatre
  • Bolshoi Theatre
  • Lenkom Theatre
  • Yermolova Theatre
  • Maly Theatre
  • Stadiums
  • Eduard Streltsov Stadium
  • Luzhniki Stadium
  • Young Pioneers Stadium
  • Dynamo Sports Palace
  • Dynamo Stadium
  • Lokomotiv Stadium
  • Khodynka Arena

Film studios

  • Mosfilm
  • Soyuzmultfilm
  • Gorky Film Studio

Monuments and Sculptures

  • Worker and Kolkhoz Woman
  • Monument to Alexander II
  • Monument to Minin and Pozharsky
  • Monument to the Conquerors of Space
  • Children Are the Victims of Adult Vices by Mikhail Shemyakin, located in Bolotnaya Marsh Square

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