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WORLD CONGRESS ON CANCER

 

Venue:
Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Hospital, Jaipur, February 3-5, 2018

 

 

The Event

 

WCC is being jointly organized by the Mahatma Gandhi University of Medical Sciences and Technology (MGUMST) Jaipur, National Cancer Institute-All India Institute of Medical Sciences (NCI-AIIMS), New Delhi and National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi under the auspices of the Indian Society for the Study of Reproduction and Fertility (ISSRF).
 

WCC will provide a platform to get associated with leading oncologists, doctors, scientists, academicians, specialists & business associates coming around the world. Cancer is the culmination of somatic genetic alterations that cluster around the acquisition of key traits-limitless replicative potential, suppression of apoptosis, invasion and insensitivity to growth regulatory signals. Thus dissecting the specific molecular anatomy of a tumor is likely to be critical for the development of more specific, efficacious and safer cancer treatments that can be based on an individual tumors oncogenic mechanism. The congress will address current and future therapeutic modalities targeting tumor antigens, on emerging trends, recent advances, new approaches and future approaches in the field of cancer vaccine, early detection and diagnosis, biomarker discovery, tumor biology & therapy.

 

Thus the WCC will address:

  1. The future of cancer research to accelerating scientific innovation on developing novel diagnostic tools for early detection and diagnosis of cancer and preclinical profiles of new targeted molecules.

  2. Targeted approaches suitable for therapeutic interventions with Immunotherapy, vaccine for cancer medicine to focus on the needs of society .

  3. Development and strengthening the cancer research and care workforce by accelerating health care delivery system improvements for betterment of patient outcomes.

  4. Targeted anticancer agents, identification of new molecular targets and their validation and drug discovery for therapeutic modalities.

       

Dr. M. L. Swarankar
Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Hospital

 Jaipur

Prof. G. K. Rath

National Cancer Institute-

All India Institute of Medical Sciences

 New Delhi

Prof. N. K. Lohiya

President

Indian Society for the Study of Reproduction & Fertility Jaipur

Dr. Anil Suri
National Institute of Immunology
New Delhi