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Ozge Akbulut

Ozge Akbulut

Sabanci University Turkey

Lei Huo

Lei Huo

University of Texas USA

Alok De

Alok De

Kansas City VA Medical Center USA

Diana Anderson

Diana Anderson

University of Bradford UK

Alvaro Macieira-Coelho

Alvaro Macieira-Coelho


Bo Yuan

Bo Yuan

Tokyo University of Pharmacy & Life Sciences Japan

Larysa Skivka

Larysa Skivka

Taras Sevchenko National University of Kyiv Ukraine

Han Xiao

Han Xiao

Wuhan Medical and Health Center for Women and Children China

Cancer Therapy Meeting 2018


Track: 1 Cancer

Cancer is the abnormal growth of cells, which may be benign or malignant that spreads or occupy near-by tissues. As these tumors grow, some of the cancer cells break and move to distant places in the body through circulating fluids (blood & lymph). Uncontrollable growth of cells and division which they get easily invaded in to other cells or tissues of the body resulting in modifying a healthy cell to cancer cells. The agents that cause cancer are said to be carcinogens. The cancer cells present in the body do not die and leading to formation of excess cancer cells in the body resulting in forming mass of tissue, called tumor. Benign tumors don’t invade or spread to other tissues. In case of malignant tumors these invade and spread to other parts of the body rapidly.

Related conferences: Cancer conferences | Oncology conferences

2017 NCRI Cancer Conferences November 5-8, 2017 Liver Pool, UK. Japanese Society Of Medical Oncology Annual Meeting July 27-29, 2017 Kobe, Japan. 3rd Annual Conference On Gyneocologic Oncology & Preventive Oncology July 20-21, 2017 Chicago, USA. 20th Euro-Global Summit On Cancer Therapy & Radiation Oncology August 28-29, 2017 Aldrich Mansion, Warwick, United States. International Conference On Cancer Biology And Drug Delivery September 18-19, 2017 Philadelphia, USA. 25th World Cancer Conference October 19-21, 2017 London, UK. 23rd International Conference On Cancer Research & Pharmacology March 26-27, 2018 Edinburgh, Scotland. World Cancer Meeting November 16-17, 2017 Melbourne, Australia. 26th World Cancer Convention November 27-28, 2017 Dubai, UAE. 2017 International Cancer Education Conference September 13-15, 2017 Ohio, United States. International Cancer Imaging Society Meeting And 17th Annual Teaching Course October 2-4, 2017 Berlin, Germany. Symposia On Cancer Research 2017, Cancer Metabolism October 5-6, 2017 Texas, United States.

Track: 2 Most prevalent cancers

The most prevalent cancers in the world by comparing to the men and women are lung cancer is the most prevalent cancer of all the cancers. The most common cancers occurring in men are lung cancer, prostate cancer and Colo-rectal cancers occupying about 43% of the cancers occurring in men. The other common cancers in men are stomach and liver cancers. In case of women most common cancer in the world is breast cancer of about 25% of cancers that are occurring in women are breast cancers. Next to the breast cancer Colo-rectal cancer, lung cancer and cervical cancer are most prevalent in women. The common reason behind cancer is physical carcinogens, chemical carcinogens and biological carcinogens. Usage of tobacco and alcohol consumption is the main common cause of lung cancer.

Related Conferences: Breast Cancer Conferences | Colorectal Cancer Conferences | women cancer & Health Care Conferences

ESMO Preceptor ship On Colorectal Cancer 2017 October 20-21, 2017 Barcelona, Spain. ESO-ESMO Advanced Breast Cancer Fourth International Consensus Conference (ABC4) November 2-4, 2017 Lisbon, Portugal. 2nd International Congress On Contemporary Issues In Women Cancers & Gyneocologic Oncology August 29-30, 2017 London, UK. International Meeting On Women’s Health And Breast Cancer October 12-13, 2017 Osaka, Japan. ILCA 2017-The International Liver Cancer Associations 11th Annual Conference September 15-17, 2017 Seoul, South Korea. Global Cardio-Oncology Summit September 20-21, 2017 London, UK. 11th European Breast Cancer Conference (EBCC-11) March 21-23, 2018 Barcelona, Spain. Global Breast Cancer Conference April 20-22, 2017 Jeju Island, Korea. 7th World Congress On Breast Cancer November 1-2, 2017 Toronto, Canada.

Track: 3 Stages of Cancers

Stage of cancer can be described by the extent of growth of cancer and based on size of cancer. Stage of cancer can be found be found by performing the tests. By these tests we can know even the extent of spread of cancer and how far it has spread to other adjacent organs. Staging of cancer should be clearly understood by the doctor so that the type of treatment to be given could be easily known. If the cancer is present at only one place then treatment like surgery or radiotherapy is sufficient to get rid of cancer completely. If there is spread of cancer to adjacent organs then the treatment to be given in such a way that it circulates the whole body. There will not be correct identification of cancer sometimes then doctors check the lymph nodes present near to the cancer for the presence of cancer cells, it is the sign that indicates that the cancer has begun to develop I body.

There are 2 types of staging systems of cancer,

·         TNM system

·         Number system

T determines the size of cancer and how far cancer has spread to the adjacent tissues, in this there are 4 stages based on their increasing order.

N determines the spread of cancer to lymph nodes, in this there are 3 stages starting with 0 to 3 in which 0stage is the absence of cancer cells in lymph nodes and 3 stage is presence of cancer cells in the lymph nodes.

M stage is to determine the spread of cancer to other parts of the body it can either be 0 or 1.

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Global Summit On Oncology & Cancer March 14-16, 2018 Singapore. 14th Asia-Pacific Oncologists Annual Meeting November 20-22, 2017 Melbourne, Australia. 26th World Cancer Convention November 27-28, 2017 Dubai, UAE. AJCC Cancer Staging System Will See Changes In 2018 April 12, 2017. New US Cancer Staging System Debuts In 9 Months March 28, 2017 Nick Mulcahy. Cancer Rehabilitation April 28, 2017 Grand Avenue, Carbondale, IL 62901. 3rd Annual Conference On Gynecologic Oncology & Preventive Oncology July 20-21, 2017 Chicago, USA. 4th International Conference And Exhibition On Medical Physics And Biophysics July 27-28, 2017 Rome, Italy.

Track: 4 Main causes of cancer

Changes that occur in DNA with in the cells leads to cancer. DNA present in the cell is packed into huge number of individual genes; each of the individual genes contains a set of instructions that are to be performed by the cell. If the changes occur in the instructions then it alters the cell function and makes the cell cancerous.

Gene mutations can direct a healthy cell to

·         Allow rapid growth

·         Fail to stop uncontrolled cell growth

·         Make mistakes while repairing DNA errors

Changes in behavioral and environmental characters also cause changes in the body’s cells which converts the healthy cells to cancer cells. 90-95% cancers are due to environmental factors and some cancers are due to inherited genetics. Cancers are also caused due to changes in the life style, economic an behavioral characters and also due to pollution. Environmental factors that contribute to increase  mortality rate of cancer patients includes tobacco, diet and obesity, infections, radiation, stress, lack of physical activity and pollution. Agents that have been linked to cause of cancers are said to be carcinogens. About 90% of lung cancers are due to smoking. Tobacco smoke also causes cancer in larynx, head, neck, stomach, bladder, kidney, esophagus and pancreas. Lung cancer and mesothelioma also can be caused due to inhaling tobacco smoke, asbestos fibers and leukemia from exposure to benzene. Absence of physical activity also contributes to causing cancer not only due to body weight also due to effects of immune system & endocrine system. I take of high salt food leads to gastric cancer. 18% of cancer deaths are due to infectious diseases. Human papilloma virus causes cervical cancer and hepatitis B and C virus causes hepatocellular carcinoma. 10% of cancers are due to exposure to radiation like ionizing radiation and non-ionizing ultraviolet radiation.

Related conferences: Cancer conferences | causes of cancer conferences

26th World Cancer Convention November 27-28, 2017 Dubai, UAE. 7th World Congress On Breast Cancer November 1-2, 2017 Toronto, Canada. BIT World Cancer Conference 2017 May 19-21, Barcelona, Spain. 4th IARC Cancer And Society Lecture 3rd February 2017 Lyon, France. UICC World Cancer Congress 2016 October 31-November 3rd, 2016 Paris, France. Epigenetics And Environmental Origins Of Cancer June 11-12, 2016 IARC, Lyon, France. Global Conference On Cancer Therapy 2017 August 7-9, 2017 Frankfurt, Germany. Global Cancer Occurrence, Causes And Avenues To Prevention June 7-10, 2016 Lyon, France. 

Track: 5 Signs and Symptoms of different cancers

Signs and symptoms of cancers depend on the type of organ affected, size of the tumor and extent of cancer invaded. As the size of the tumor increases it pushes the nearby organs, tissues, blood vessels and nerves. Signs and symptoms of cancer cannot be found out every time, it depends on the type of organ affected, and some of the organs affected by cancer don’t show any signs and symptoms. Cancer in pancreas doesn’t show any signs and symptoms till most of the organ is affected and has even invaded the adjacent organs. Tumors may grow around the bile duct and resist the flow of bile. Then signs and symptoms include eyes and skin looks yellow. By that time of detection of pancreatic cancer it would be in a advanced stage.

Some of the signs and symptoms of the cancer includes

·         Breathlessness

·         Unexplained vaginal bleeding

·         Persistent heartburn

·         Looser poo

·         Persistent bloating

·         Difficult in swallowing

·         Sore that won’t heal

·         Mouth and tongue ulcer that won’t  heal

·         Heavy night sweats

·         Unusual breast changes

·         Unexplained weight loss

·         Coughing up blood

·         Persistent cough

·         Unexplained pain or ache

·         Unusual lump or swelling anywhere

Related conferences: Oncologists Annual Conferences | Cancer Science & Therapy Conferences

7th World Congress On Breast Cancer November 1-2, 2017 Toronto, Canada. International Conference On Gastrointestinal Cancer And Therapeutics October 16-18, 2017 Baltimore, USA. International Conference On Cancer Diagnostics November 27-28, 2017 United Arab Emirates, Dubai. 2nd International Congress On Contemporary Issues In Women Cancers & Gynecologic Oncology August 29-30, 2017 London, UK. 25th World Congress On Cancer Science And Therapy October 18-20, 2017 Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 15th World Oncologists Annual Conference October 19-20, 2017 New York, USA.

Track: 6 Natural methods for treatment of cancer

Natural medicine aims to restore body’s ability to protect, regulate and heal itself. This looks at your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. It is also called as phytomedicine, phytotherapy or botanical therapy. Alternative therapy that is followed by the cancer patients is herbal medicine. The physical examinations done by herbalists are,

·         Feeling pulse

·         Taking blood pressure

·         Examining skin and nails

·         Feeling abdomen

·         Looking at tongue

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Medicines From The Earth Herb Symposium June 2-5, 2017 Black Mountain, North Carolina. 10th World Congress Indigenous Medicine June 8-10, 2017 Nevis, West Indies. 13th International Herb Symposium June 9-11, 2017 Wheaton College In Norton, Massachusetts. International Congress On Naturopathic Medicine-ICNM 2017 June30-July2, 2017 London, UK. American Association Of Naturopathic Physicians July 12-15, 2017 Phoenix, Arizona. Complementary 7 Alternative Cancer Therapies Conference March 2-4, 2017 West Palm Beach, FL. 3rd International Conference And Expo On Herbal & Alternative Medicine September 1-2, 2017 London, UK. 4th International Conference And Exhibition On Marine Drugs & Natural Products June 11-13, 2018 Rome, Italy. World Congress On Bio therapeutic And Bio analytical Techniques September 11-12, 2017 Dallas, Texas, USA. 

Track: 7 Management of cancer

Cancer can be managed based on stage of cancer, extent of spread of cancer and performance of cancer patient. Cancer treatment is the complete uptake of cancer from the body without showing affect to rest of the organs in the body. The treatment programs are those:

Those are provided in equitable and sustainable way

Those are linked to early detection and accurate diagnosis and staging

To adhere to evidence-based standards of care.

For the effective therapy the treatment programs should ensure timely and equitable access. Critical step in the management of cancer is to establish the diagnosis based on pathological examination. Tumor sample can be achieved by biopsy or aspiration which may also require an intervention such as image guided procedure or endoscopy.

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International Conference On Cancer Diagnostics November 27-28, 2017 Dubai, UAE. Global Meeting On Clinical Oncology And Radiology April 16-17, 2018 Dubai, UAE. 22nd Global Annual Oncologists Meeting May 24-25, 2018 Osaka, Japan. World Congress On Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare September 7-9, 2017 London, UK. 19TH Euro Congress On Cancer Science And Therapy July 17-19, 2017 Lisbon, Portugal. 2nd International Conference On Cancer Research And Targeted Therapy October 26-28, 2017 Miami, Florida, United States. 2017 Novel Cancer Therapeutics Summit October 19-20, 2017 Sandiego, United States.

Track: 8 Surgery

Surgery is the removal of tumor and the adjacent tissues affected with tumor at a time. Surgical oncologist is a person who specializes in treating cancer using surgery. There are goals for the cancer surgery they include,

To diagnose cancer

To remove some or all the cancer

To find out where the cancer is located

To find out the cancer has spread or is affecting the functions of other organs in the body

To restore the body’s appearance or function

To relieve side effects

For most of the cancers, biopsy is only the way to make a definitive diagnosis. At the time of surgical biopsy the surgeon makes a cut called incision on the skin. The 2 main surgical biopsies include

1.      An incisional biopsy- it is removal of piece of suspicious area for examination.

2.      An excisional biopsy- it is the removal of entire suspicious area, such as mole or a lump.

After the biopsy a pathologist uses a microscope to examine the tissue removed and does laboratory tests for evaluating cells, tissues and organs to diagnose disease and provide a pathology report to the oncologist or the surgeon who performs the diagnosis.

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Track: 9 Radiation therapy

High- energy radiation is used in radiation therapy in order to shrink (reduce) the cancer cells or kill the cancer cells. X-rays, gamma rays and charged particles are the radiations used for cancer treatment. Radiation is sent to the body externally called external-beam radiation therapy and if the radiation comes from radioactive material placed in the body near cancer cells it is called internal radiation therapy or brachytherapy. Radioactive iodine that travels in the blood to cancer cells is systemic radiation therapy. More than half the amounts of people receive radiation therapy sometime at the course of treatment. Radiation therapy is done by damaging the DNA of cancer cells, in which it can damage the DNA directly or create free radicals within the cells that can in-turn damage the DNA.

Radiation oncologist’s plans a patients treatment through a process called treatment planning, that begin with simulation. At the time of simulation detailed imaging scans show the location of the patient’s tumors and the normal adjacent areas. There are different scanning equipment for treatment planning in radiation therapy.

Related conferences: Radiation therapy Conferences | Radiology and oncology conferences

20th Euro-Global Summit On Cancer Therapy & Radiation Therapy August 28-29, 2017 Brussels, Belgium. 2nd International Conference On Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy July 27-28, 2017 Rome, Italy. 2nd World Congress On Medical Imaging And Clinical Research September 11-12, 2017 Paris, France. World Congress On Radiology And Oncology (10 Plenary Forums-1Event) October 19-20, 2017 New York, USA. ASRT Radiation Therapy Conference 2107 September 24-26, 2017 San Diego. International Conference On Immunotherapy Radiotherapy Combinations September 21-22, 2017 New York. Royal Australian And New Zealand College Of Radiologists New Zealand August 4-6, 2017 Nelson, New Zealand. Canadian Association Of Radiation Oncology 31st Annual Scientific Meeting 2017 September 13-16, 2017 Toronto, Canada. American Society For Therapeutic Radiology And Oncology 59th Annual Meeting 2017 September 24-27, 2017 San Diego, United States.

Track: 10 Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy also said to be biologic therapy is a cancer treatment designed to boost the immune system to fight against cancer. It uses substances that are in the body or in the laboratory to improve or restore immune system function.

Types of immunotherapy includes

·         Monoclonal antibodies

·         Non-specific immunotherapies

·         Oncolytic virus therapy

·         T-cell therapy

·         Cancer vaccines

When there is any entry of foreign organism in to our body then body’s immune system detects the harmful organism and produces antibodies. Antibodies fight against infection. Monoclonal antibodies can be made in the laboratory. Monoclonal antibodies can be used for targeted therapy to block an abnormal protein in cancer cell.

Related conferences: Immunotherapy Conferences | Tumor and cancer therapy Conferences

9th World Congress On Immunity, Inflammation And Immunotherapies November 2-3, 2017 Atlanta, Georgia, USA. World Immunology Congress December 14-15, 2017 Dubai, UAE. 9th European Immunology Conference June 14-16, 2018 Rome, Italy. 10th Global Summit On Immunology And Healthcare May 28-29, 2018 Singapore City, Japan. 10th International Conference On Cancer & Tumor Immunology July 3-4, 2017 Melbourne, Australia. 2nd International Conference On Tumor & Cancer Immunology And Immunotherapy July 17-18, 2017 Chicago, USA. Immunotherapy Patient Summit August 5, 2017 Chicago. International Cancer Immunotherapy Conference September 6, 2017 Frankfurt, Germany. Immunotherapy Patient Summit-NYC September 23, 2017 International New York Times Square. Immunotherapy Patient Summit October 21, 2017 Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center At Baylor College Of Medicine, Houston.

Track: 11 Hormonal therapy

Some breast cancers are caused due to the hormones in blood. It is a form of systemic therapy it not only reaches the cancer cells present in breast also reaches cancer cells all over the body. Hormonal therapy is recommended for women with hormone receptor-positive breast cancers, it is not useful for the women who are suffering with hormone receptor-negative breast cancer.

Hormonal therapy is often used as adjuvant therapy to reduce the risk of cancer coming back. Sometimes this therapy is started as neoadjuvant therapy. The drugs that stop estrogen from affecting breast cancer cells are,




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About conference

Experts Meet on Cancer Therapy 2018

Dates: November 14-15, 2018 Melbourne, Australia

Venue: Melbourne, Australia

Theme: Sensible assembly on emerging prospects of cancer therapy

ConferenceSeries llc LTD invites all the participants from the world to attend the “Experts meet on cancer therapy” which gathers all the people to share their knowledge and have a discussion on the current issue cancer therapy where oncologists, scientists, researchers, medical students, pharmacists, R& D scholars, medical professors, gynecologists, molecular biologists, bioinformatics students and professors, radiologists, cancer research institutes to exchange ideas, communicate & discuss the research work and about new advancements in the cancer therapy and treatment.

Conference Series llc LTD along with its subsidiary Conferenceseries llc LTD which is comprised of 3000+ Global Events with over 600+ Conferences, 1200+ Symposiums and 1200+Workshops on diverse Medical, Pharmaceutical, Clinical, Engineering, Science, Technology, Business and Management field is organizing conferences all over the globe. ConferenceSeries llc LTD hosts numerous Cancer Conferences, Cancer meeting, global cancer conference, European Oncology Conferences, Surgical oncology like skin cancer conference, breast cancer conference, liver cancer conference, lung cancer meetings, and Oncology Conferences where knowledge transfer takes place through debates, round table discussions, poster presentations, workshops, symposia and exhibitions and which helps get possibilities for treating the diseases with new era, technology and research.

Why in Australia?

Before the age of 75 cancers are diagnosed about 1 in 3 Australian men and 1 in 4 Australian women. Maximum of the people living in Australia will be touched with cancer at some stage of their lives by personally or in the form of family or friends. More than 1,23,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed in Australia annually. Commonly diagnosed cancers in Australia are prostate cancer, colorectal cancer, and breast cancer, melanoma of skin and lung cancers. These cancers accounts for about 60% of all cancers diagnosed in Australia.

Cancers that are diagnosed most in particular age groups;

Leukemia for people aged 0-24

Breast cancer for women and melanoma for men aged 25-49

Prostate cancer for men and breast cancer for women aged 50-64

Colorectal cancer for people aged 65 and above


Conference series llc LTD organizes 300+conferences, 500+workshops and 200+ Symposiums on different branches like clinical, medicine, pharmaceutical sciences & Technologies every year from all over the world  U.S.A, U.K, U.A.E, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, Australia, India, Indonesia and from 1000 more scientific societies and published 500 open access journals with 30000 eminent personalities & reputed scientists as editorial members.

Why to attend?

With delegate scientists, renowned speakers from all over the world we are gathering people from all over the globe to have a spectacular conference at one place. This is the best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the different branches that are working on the cancer therapy in order to reduce the mortality rate by providing the highly effective therapy to the cancer patients.

Speakers will include world renowned experts in all disciplines, offering a unique opportunity to highlight new technologies in all aspects of cancer therapy.

Target audience

  • Oncologists
  • Radiologists
  • Haematologists
  • Gynaecologists
  • Dermatologists
  • Biotechnology students
  • Bioinformatics students
  • Research scholars in cancer
  • R&D department in pharmacy
  • Robotic science researchers
  • Cancer research institutes
  • Professors & Students from cancer research centres
  • Cancer research universities in Asia-pacific regions

Market analysis


Global cancer therapies market (2016-2021)

By 2021 global cancer therapy market is estimated to reach $52.2 billion with a rise in 17.6% CAGR. And by 2016 it has reached $30.8 billion with CAGR of 15% in the global cancer therapy market.

Due to the rise in cancer incidences and entry to modern therapeutics, aged people in the population, huge innovations, improvements promote growth of the market, high efficacy and high process magnetize producers also contribute to the growth of the market. Major drawbacks are due to expensive therapies, change in reimbursement policies and the challenges faced in the clinical trials.

Market is divided based on the therapies;

Targeted cancer therapies

Hormone therapies



Therapies strategies

Cancer can be managed with different therapies of them gene induced therapy is a procedure intended to treat a disease by genetically modifying the cell of the patient. Genes, gene segments or oligonucleotides are transferred into patient cells. Gene transfer therapy can be done either in vivo approach or ex vivo approach. Gene therapy aims to modify, delete or replace abnormal gene of the target cell. Target cells may be malignant primarily or metastatic nodules, circulating tumor cells or dormant stem cells or specific cells such as T-cell lymphocytes or dendritic cells.

Oncolytic virotherapy shows improvement in the cancer patients who suffered a non-related viral infection or who are vaccinated earlier. It largely attributed to the production of interferon and tumor necrosis factors in response to viral infection, but Oncolytic viruses are being designed to lyse only cancerous cells.

Graphical statistics for different therapies of cancer.

Cancer associations in the world

American cancer society

American childhood cancer organization

Acoustic neuroma association of Australia

American gastroenterologist association

Association of international cancer research

Association for the study of lung cancer

Association of community cancer centers

Association of population-based cancer registers in Germany

Australian association of smoking cessation professionals

Australian prostate cancer research

Avon breast cancer crusade

Bangladesh cancer society

Breast screen Australia program

Bulgarian cancer association

Canadian association of pharmacy in oncology

Canadian cancer society

Cancer association of South Africa

Cancer council Australia

Cancer research institute

Cancer research UK

Cancer society Brazil

Children’s cancer association

Children’s cancer and leukemia group

Dutch cancer society

Dutch cancer registry

Egypt cancer society

European organization for research and treatment of cancer

Foundation for women’s cancer

French cancer society

German cancer society

German society of radiation oncology

Health Canada

Hong Kong Neuro-oncology society

Indian cancer society

International agency of research and cancer

International lung cancer consortium

Japan lung cancer society

Kidney cancer association

Korean cancer association

Leukemia & lymphoma society

Lung cancer Canada

Ministry of health – Armenia

National brain tumor society

National cancer institute

National lung cancer partnership

Oral cancer foundation

Ovarian cancer Australia

Pancreatic cancer action network

Prostate cancer Canada

Saudi oncology society

Singapore cancer society

Pharmacy companies dealing with cancer drugs




Johnson & Johnson

Bristol-Myers Squibb




Merck & co







Cancer hospitals in Melbourne

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

Peninsula Oncology Centre

The Alfred hospital

Royal Melbourne hospital

Monash Medical Centre

Maroondah Hospital

Cabrini Hospital

Frankston Hospital

William Buckland Radiotherapy Centre

Box Hill Hospital

Melbourne Private Hospital

Epworth Hospital

Linacre Private Hospital

St Vincent's Hospital

Western Hospital

Warringal Private Hospital

Freemasons Hospital

Austin Health

John Fawkner Private Hospital

Ringwood Private Hospital

Medical universities in Australia

Australian national university medical school

Sydney medical school

University of New South Wales faculty of medicine

Western Sydney University School of medicine

University of Wollongong graduate school of medicine

University of Newcastle School of medicine and Public Health University of new England School of rural medicine

University of Notre dame school of medicine, Sydney

Bond university faculty of health sciences and medicine

Griffith university school of medicine

James Cook university school of medicine and dentistry

University of queen’s land school of medicine

University of Adelaide medical school

Flinders university school of medicine

Melbourne medical school

Monash University of faculty of medicine, nursing and health sciences

Deakin University School of medicine

University of Notre Dame

University of Western Australia

Curtin University

Medical universities in Melbourne

Australian National University  Medical School

University of Melbourne

Monash University

Deakin University

The University of Western Australia

Curtin University

University of Newcastle School of Medicine

University of Tasmania

University of New England

Flinders University 

University of Adelaide

University of Queensland

Griffith University

James Cook University

University of Notre Dame 

University of Wollongong

Western Sydney University School of Medicine 

Sydney Medical School 

The University of New South Wales

Past Conference Report

Oncologists  2017: Past Conference Report

The success of the Oncologists 2017 conference has given us the prospect to bring the gathering one more time. Conferenceseries hosted the “16th Global Annual Oncologists Meeting” during April 24-25, 2017 at JW Marriott Dubai, UAE.

The conference was focused on learning about Oncologists with the theme “A step towards Cancer free World.The conference mainly directs towards addressing main issues like Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment diseases of the Organ-related Cancers and its innovative techniques. Oncologists 2017 is one of the most appreciated Cancer Conferences organized by Conferenceseries llc Ltd. This Oncologists Meeting was discussed on methods and strategies related to management, quality improvement of Cancer as well as to explore the new ideas and concepts on global scale and the topics include lung cancer, breast cancer, bone cancer,  blood cancer, cervical cancer, colon-rectum cancer, prostate cancer, thyroid cancer.

The conference was embarked with an opening ceremony followed by Keynote sessions and followed by series of lectures delivered by both Honorable Guests and members of the Keynote forum. The adepts who promulgated the theme with their exquisite talk were:


  • Dr. Diana Anderson, University of Bradford, UK
  • Dr. Alok De, Kansas City VA Medical Center, USA
  • Dr. Sadir Alrawi, Alzahra Cancer Center, UAE
  • Dr. Ali Aldameh, Al Zahra cancer centre, UAE
  • Dr. Humaid O Al-Shamsi, The University of Texas, USA
  • Dr. Tarek Dufan, American Hospital Dubai, UAE
  • Dr.Jiri Vachtenheim, Charles University, Czech Republic
  • Dr. Mohammed Y Almaghrabi, Prince Faisal Cancer Center, Saudi Arabia 

Conferencesereies llc Ltd offers its heartfelt appreciation to Organizing Committee Members, dexterous of field, various outside experts, company representatives and is obliged to other eminent personalities who interlaced with Conferencesereies llc Ltd and supported the conference in every aspect, without which the conference would not have been possible.

Your rejoinder is our inspiration; keeping this motto in mind and being witnessed the triumph of Oncologists 2017, Conferencesereies llc Ltd would like to announce the commencement of the “Experts Meet on Cancer Therapy 2018” to be held during November 14-15, 2018, Melbourne,Australia. We welcome all the eminent researchers, students and delegate participants to take part in this upcoming conference to witness invaluable scientific discussions and contribute to the future innovations in the field of Oncology and cancer Research.

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What People Say....

This was really a remarkable conference from oncologists 2016 where new advances and some new methods and techniques looking in cancer were discussed in the meeting. I find this conference always very interesting, these people comes from all over the world, The presentation are usually very good, I think it’s very useful and worth full to attend omics conferences.


Diana Anderson, University of Bradford, UK

I am glad to participate at Oncologists 2016 here at cologne, Germany. I am glad to participate at this great meeting with very interesting talks from physician and expertise all over the world, and I have enjoyed each and every session.


Stephanie Notttrott, Isenbruck Bösl Hörschler LLP, Germany

The conference was very interactive and quite interesting, as I have come from all the way from North Carolina to attend this conference, I have enjoyed every bit of learning new sciences in the field of oncology which is my research field. I am very grateful to the organizer especially omics for inviting me and giving me a chance to present my research work here at oncologists 2016, Cologne, Germany.


HirendraNath Banerjee,Elizabeth City State University, USA

I am very pleased about this conference because the session designed was based upon both scientific and in general and mode where we can discuss and express our views about it, I love and appreciate this type of conferences.


Apollon Karseladze, N. Blokhin Cancer Research Center, Russian Federation

I really enjoyed some of the talks and meeting people from all over the world, I am very happy to be a part of this great meetings. The major interaction of this conference was about oncology what I like the about this conference was the scientific sessions and this represents various countries.


B R Das, Research and Development, SRL Ltd., India

Thanks for arranging such amazing meeting.I am lucky to be one of the speaker in the meeting.


Wen-Lung Ma, China Medical University Hospital, Taiwan

Thank you for the greeting and we do learn a lot form this meeting in Cologne.


CSL in,National University,Taiwan


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