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We want to thank everyone who contributed to making Cancer Summit 2019 a big success, including our incredible keynote speakers, conference attendees, instructors, groups, media partners, exhibitors, and visitors.

Young, smart academics, corporate representatives, and talented student groups from over 18 countries all attended the conference, which was a major factor in its success.

At the symposium, several presentations on contemporary retro-viral research were featured.

The 16th International Conference on Cancer and Cancer Therapy was co-hosted by Allied Academies on November 21–22, 2019, in London, United Kingdom, with the topic "Amalgam of Innovations in Cancer Treatment. "The Editorial Board. This event was a success thanks to the generous and active responses of top academic scientists, doctors, researchers, students, and leaders in the disciplines of cancer and cancer therapy.

The 17th International Conference on Cancer and Cancer Therapy was conducted in virtual mode on November 12, 2021, with the theme "Emerging and Innovative Approaches on Cancer and Cancer Therapy." The Editorial Board This event was successful because top academic researchers, medical professionals, research scholars, students, and experts in the disciplines of cancer and cancer therapy responded generously and energetically.

The 18th International Conference on Cancer and Cancer Therapy was conducted by Allied Academies in Austria on June 13–14, 2022, with the theme "Advanced creative research on Cancer and Cancer Therapy." This event was successful thanks to the Board of Editors' leading academic scientists, doctors, research scholars, students, and leaders in the disciplines of cancer and cancer therapy.

We owe gratitude to various attendees who contributed their expertise, leadership in business, and other noteworthy qualities to the conference by generating lively discussion forums.

We appreciate the organizing committee members' kind contributions, support, and help in making Cancer and Cancer Therapy 2021 a success.

Allied Academies is pleased to announce the "17th International Conference on Cancer and Cancer Therapy," which will be held on August 1 to 2, in Melbourne, Australia This follows the enormous success of Cancer Summit 2019 & 2021.

Please visit for more information.: Cancer 2022

UPDATE FOR August 1-2, 2022! Cancer 2022 will be held in Melbourne, Australia

Cancer Summit 2023 is excited to announce our 20th International Conference on Cancer and Cancer Therapy, which will be held on December 07-09, 2023 in Madrid, Spain. With a strong emphasis on the critical evolution of discoveries and innovations in cancer science research.

This year's theme is "Innovative ideas in oncology"

The Cancer Summit 2023 will bring together renowned scholars from cancer and cancer therapy societies to present and explore the potential of cancer and cancer therapy medicine.

This meeting includes many engaging sessions designed specifically for highly acclaimed educational activity, and it is widely regarded as one of the most important gatherings on the subject.

The goal of the Cancer Summit 2023 is to highlight recent advances and improvements in cancer research and development. Abstracts must contain the author's research data (s).

Presentations will be chosen based on the consistency, style, and other characteristics of their content, which will cover a wide range of cancer sciences as well as relevant policies.

The inclusion of an engaging keynote speaker, lectures, and oral and poster presentation sessions bolstered the conference.

Each presenter will have 30-40 minutes to present his or her research findings, which will be followed by an engaging discussion moderated by leading experts.

The mission of the committee is to foster a supportive, welcoming network environment among participants, making it easy to communicate with other colleges/attendees, exchange ideas, and lay the groundwork for future vision and growth. Come and socialize, interact, network, and collaborate with us at Cancer Summit 2022.

We are delighted to welcome you to this meeting!

Regards

Organizing Committee

Cancer 2022


Welcome Message

We warmly welcome and invite all delegates, speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, and other participants from around the world to attend “International Conference on Oncology”, which is slated on August 01-02, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia.
 

The theme of the conference is” Peculiar Innovations and Advancement in Clinical Oncology”. The Clinical Oncology conferences 2023 has been carefully curated to meet the outstanding standards of our attendees and thus provides an excellent platform for interactive congregations of knowledge and wisdom about path-breaking research on Clinical Oncology and Pharmacology around the world.
 

Clinical Oncology Conferences 2023 speakers and attendees come from Various universities, clinics, private and government-sponsored laboratories, and industries around the world. The conference will feature numerous keynote addresses, scientific presentations, and poster exhibitions, highlighting the areas of Clinical oncology, pharmacology, cancer Systems biology, Cancer Pharmacology, and cancer treatment.
 

We aim to encourage the progress of efforts to explain the untapped medicine behind the mystery of oncology applications, their mechanisms, fabrication, integration of cancer therapy, and management, including an active conversation of novel drugs about recent advances in the field of pharmacology.
 

We have organized scientific sessions around relevant and cutting-edge topics and engaging workshops and a range of networking sessions to foster dialogue. We would like to take this opportunity to encourage your presence and participation in this unique summit to take advantage of the most recent scientific discoveries and milestones in the fields of Clinical Oncology and Pharmacology.
 

We believe that the more you participate, the more you will get out of the conference. We invite you to actively participate by taking the opportunity to connect with leading internationally renowned oncologists at Clinical Oncology Conferences 2023. The conference also provides attendees with opportunities to build and renew friendships, network, and collaborate on future ventures and research projects.
 

We are confident that you will have the opportunity to improve your oncology knowledge and experience and have a great time in London.

We look forward to seeing you in the dazzling city of Melbourne, Australia

Regards,
Organizing Committee
Clinical Oncology 2023


Scientific Sessions/Tracks

Submit your abstracts online Cancer Summit Abstract Submission

E-mail: [email protected]

Following the peer review process, you will be notified by e-mail of the acceptance or rejection of your abstract submission within 2-3 business days.

Conference Benefits:

  • Eminent Keynote talk,
  • The Networking panel discussion,
  • Business-to-business meeting,
  • Team building with the new contacts,
  • Get to know your academic idols.
  • Participate in high-level debates to improve your ideas.
  • Increasing the value of your CV.
  • To broaden your horizons and discover solutions to problems.
  • To share your thoughts and work with other

Cancer and Cancer Therapy:

Submit your abstracts on…

·Cancer Science

·Chemotherapy

·Cancer Genetics & Genomics

·Cancer Immunology

·Cancer Nanotechnology

·Cancer Detection and Techniques

·Cancer Prognosis and Epidemiology

·Cancer Pathophysiology

·Breast Cancer

·Paediatric Cancer

·Gynaecologic and Prostate Cancer

·Oral and Oropharyngeal Cancer

·Blood Cancer

·Role of AI in Cancer

·Palliative Care in Cancer

·Radiation Oncology

·Surgical Oncology

·Neuro-Oncology

·Dermatologic Cancer

·Cancer in the gastrointestinal tract

·Types and stages of Cancer.

 

Session 01 on Cancer Science:

Cancer science focuses on the biological mechanisms behind cancer and the development of new strategies for its diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Cancer is a complex and multifaceted disease, and cancer science encompasses a wide range of disciplines, including genetics, cell biology, immunology, and clinical research.

Current research in cancer science:

One of the most promising areas of research is immunotherapy, which aims to harness the power of the immune system to fight cancer. This approach has shown remarkable success in treating certain types of cancer, including melanoma and lung cancer, and researchers are working on expanding its applications to other types of cancer.

Cancer science is a rapidly evolving field with many exciting developments and breakthroughs on the horizon. Researchers are working tirelessly to improve our understanding of cancer and develop new strategies for preventing, diagnosing, and treating this devastating disease.

Sub tracks:

Tumour microenvironment and its role in cancer progression

The relationship between cancer and chronic inflammation

Cancer health services and outcomes research.

The Role of the extracellular matrix in cancer cell migration and Invasion

 

The impact of circadian rhythm disruption on cancer development and progression

 

Recommended: Cancer   Conferences | Cancer Therapy Conferences | Cancer   Symposium | Cancer Summit | Cancer Events | Cancer Therapy Congress | Cancer Meetings

 

Related Societies/Associations: American Cancer Society | American Society of Pediatric Haematology/Oncology | Association of Cancer Doctors | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society of clinical oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Childhood Cancer Organization | Association for International Cancer Research British Psychological Oncology Society | The Association of Cancer Physicians | British Cardio-Oncology Society | British Orthopedic Oncology Society.

 

Session 02 on Chemotherapy:

Chemotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that uses drugs to kill cancer cells. These drugs are often administered intravenously, but can also be given orally or topically. Chemotherapy drugs work by targeting rapidly dividing cells, which includes cancer cells, but can also affect healthy cells in the body.

There are many different chemotherapy drugs, and they are often used in combination with other treatments such as surgery and radiation therapy. The specific chemotherapy drugs used and the treatment regimen will depend on the type of cancer being treated, the stage of the cancer, and other factors.

While chemotherapy can be very effective in killing cancer cells, it can also have side effects because it can also affect normal, healthy cells in the body. Some common side effects of chemotherapy include nausea, vomiting, hair loss, fatigue, and increased risk of infection. However, advances in chemotherapy drug development and supportive care measures have improved the management of these side effects.

Sub tracks:

Combination chemotherapy and dose optimization

Chemo brain

Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC)

Metronomic chemotherapy

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN)

 

Recommended: Cancer   Conferences | Cancer Therapy Conferences | Cancer   Symposium | Cancer Summit | Cancer Events | Cancer Therapy Congress | Cancer Meetings

Related Societies/Associations: American Cancer Society | American Society of Pediatric Haematology/Oncology | Association of Cancer Doctors | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society of clinical oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Childhood Cancer Organization | Association for International Cancer Research British Psychological Oncology Society | The Association of Cancer Physicians | British Cardio-Oncology Society | British Orthopedic Oncology Society

Session 03 on Cancer Genetics and Genomics:

Cancer genetics and genomics is a field of study that focuses on understanding the genetic and genomic changes that occur in cancer cells. These changes can lead to the development and progression of cancer, and studying them can provide insights into how cancer develops, how it can be diagnosed, and how it can be treated.

Researchers in cancer genetics and genomics study various aspects of cancer genetics, including mutations in genes that can lead to cancer development, the interaction between genes and environmental factors, and the identification of new targets for cancer therapies.

One important area of cancer genetics and genomics is the study of cancer predisposition genes. These are genes that, when mutated, increase an individual's risk of developing certain types of cancer. By identifying individuals who carry mutations in these genes, doctors can develop screening and prevention strategies to help detect and prevent cancer at an early stage.

Another important area of research in cancer genetics and genomics is the use of genomic sequencing to identify the specific genetic mutations that are driving a patient's cancer. This information can help doctors select the most effective treatments and develop personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique genetic makeup.
 

Sub tracks:

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) in cancer

Tumour heterogeneity and clonal evolution

On co-genomics

Cancer stem cells

Non-coding RNAs and cancer

Recommended: Cancer   Conferences | Cancer Therapy Conferences | Cancer   Symposium | Cancer Summit | Cancer Events | Cancer Therapy Congress | Cancer Meetings

 

Related Societies/Associations: American Cancer Society | American Society of Pediatric Haematology/Oncology | Association of Cancer Doctors | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society of clinical oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Childhood Cancer Organization | Association for International Cancer Research British Psychological Oncology Society | The Association of Cancer Physicians | British Cardio-Oncology Society | British Orthopedic Oncology Society.

 

Session 04 on Cancer Immunology:

Cancer Immunology is a branch of medical science that studies the interactions between the immune system and cancer cells. The immune system plays a critical role in detecting and eliminating cancer cells, but cancer cells can evade immune surveillance and grow uncontrollably. Cancer Immunology seeks to understand how the immune system can be activated and harnessed to effectively target and destroy cancer cells.

Research in Cancer Immunology focuses on several areas, including the identification of tumor antigens, the development of cancer vaccines and immunotherapies, and the study of the tumor microenvironment and immune cell infiltrates. Recent advances in Cancer Immunology have led to the development of several FDA-approved immunotherapies, such as immune checkpoint inhibitors and CAR-T cell therapies, that have revolutionized cancer treatment and improved patient outcomes.

Sub tracks:

Cancer vaccines

Cancer vaccines

Immunogenomics

Immune checkpoint inhibitors

 

Preclinical models

Recommended: Cancer   Conferences | Cancer Therapy Conferences | Cancer   Symposium | Cancer Summit | Cancer Events | Cancer Therapy Congress | Cancer Meetings

 

Related Societies/Associations: American Cancer Society | American Society of Paediatric Haematology/Oncology | Association of Cancer Doctors | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society of clinical oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Childhood Cancer Organization | Association for International Cancer Research British Psychological Oncology Society | The Association of Cancer Physicians | British Cardio-Oncology Society | British Orthopedic Oncology Society.

 

Session 05 on Cancer Nanotechnology:

Cancer nanotechnology is a rapidly evolving field that aims to develop novel nanoscale materials and devices for the diagnosis, imaging, and treatment of cancer. Nanotechnology is the manipulation of materials and devices at the nanoscale level, which is approximately 1 to 100 nanometers in size. This small size allows nanoparticles and nanodevices to interact with biological systems in unique ways, including improved cellular uptake, increased blood circulation time, and enhanced targeting of cancer cells.

In cancer nanotechnology, nanoparticles can be designed to selectively target cancer cells, deliver drugs directly to the tumor site, and enhance the efficacy of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Nanoparticles can also be used for imaging and diagnosis, allowing for earlier detection and more accurate characterization of tumors.

Recent research in cancer nanotechnology has focused on developing multifunctional nanoparticles that can perform multiple tasks simultaneously, such as targeting, imaging, and drug delivery. Additionally, researchers are exploring the use of nanoscale devices and systems for cancer therapy, including nanorobots that can selectively destroy cancer cells and nanoscale sensors that can detect and monitor cancer in real time.

Sub tracks:

platforms for early cancer Nanoparticle-based hyperthermia

Nanoparticle-based photodynamic therapy

Nanoparticle-based photodynamic therapy

Tumor-associated antigen (TAA) nanoparticles.

 

Nanoengineered detection

Recommended: Cancer   Conferences | Cancer Therapy Conferences | Cancer   Symposium | Cancer Summit | Cancer Events | Cancer Therapy Congress | Cancer Meetings

 

Related Societies/Associations: American Cancer Society | American Society of Pediatric Haematology/Oncology | Association of Cancer Doctors | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society of clinical oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Childhood Cancer Organization | Association for International Cancer Research British Psychological Oncology Society | The Association of Cancer Physicians | British Cardio-Oncology Society | British Orthopedic Oncology Society.

Session 06 on Cancer detection and techniques:

Cancer detection refers to the process of identifying the presence of cancer cells or tumors in the body through various diagnostic techniques. The goal of cancer detection is to identify cancer at an early stage when treatment is more effective and the chances of a cure are higher.

Sub tracks:

Endoscopy

Bioluminescence imaging

Biopsy techniques

Mass spectrometry

 

Point-of-care testing

Recommended: Cancer   Conferences | Cancer Therapy Conferences | Cancer   Symposium | Cancer Summit | Cancer Events | Cancer Therapy Congress | Cancer Meetings

 

Related Societies/Associations: American Cancer Society | American Society of Pediatric Haematology/Oncology | Association of Cancer Doctors | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society of clinical oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Childhood Cancer Organization | Association for International Cancer Research British Psychological Oncology Society | The Association of Cancer Physicians | British Cardio-Oncology Society | British Orthopedic Oncology Society.

Session 07 on Cancer Prognosis and Epidemiology:

Cancer prognosis and epidemiology are two important areas of cancer research that are concerned with predicting the outcome of cancer and understanding the distribution and determinants of cancer in populations.

Cancer prognosis refers to the process of predicting the likely course and outcome of particular cancer, based on various factors such as the type and stage of cancer, the patient's age and overall health, and the response to treatment. Prognosis is an important consideration in cancer treatment, as it can help guide treatment decisions and inform patients and their families about the expected outcomes.

Cancer epidemiology, on the other hand, is the study of the distribution and determinants of cancer in populations, including factors such as environmental exposures, lifestyle choices, genetic predisposition, and socio-economic factors. Epidemiology is used to identify risk factors for cancer and to guide public health interventions aimed at reducing the incidence and mortality of cancer.

Both cancer prognosis and epidemiology are important areas of cancer research that are essential for understanding the causes and outcomes of cancer, as well as for developing new strategies for cancer prevention, detection, and treatment.

Sub tracks:

Prognostic biomarkers

Tumour staging and grading

Metabolomics

Digital pathology

Psychosocial Factors on Prognosis and Epidemiology

 

Recommended: Cancer   Conferences | Cancer Therapy Conferences | Cancer   Symposium | Cancer Summit | Cancer Events | Cancer Therapy Congress | Cancer Meetings

 

Related Societies/Associations: American Cancer Society | American Society of Pediatric Haematology/Oncology | Association of Cancer Doctors | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society of clinical oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Childhood Cancer Organization | Association for International Cancer Research British Psychological Oncology Society | The Association of Cancer Physicians | British Cardio-Oncology Society | British Orthopedic Oncology Society.

Session 08 on Cancer Pathophysiology:

Cancer pathophysiology is the study of the underlying physiological changes and processes that occur in cancer cells and how they contribute to the development, progression, and spread of cancer. It involves understanding the mechanisms by which normal cells become transformed into cancer cells, and how cancer cells acquire the ability to evade the immune system, invade surrounding tissues, and metastasize to distant organs.

Cancer pathophysiology also encompasses the study of the tumor microenvironment, including the interactions between cancer cells and their surrounding stromal cells, extracellular matrix, and blood vessels. It involves investigating the molecular pathways that are dysregulated in cancer cells, including mutations in oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes, alterations in DNA repair mechanisms, and aberrant signaling pathways.

 

The goal of cancer pathophysiology research is to deepen our understanding of the biological mechanisms that drive cancer development and progression, with the ultimate aim of identifying new targets for cancer treatment and developing more effective therapies.

Sub tracks:

Signaling Pathways

Oncogenes and Tumour Suppressor Genes

Angiogenesis

Cell Cycle Regulation

 

Tumour Heterogeneity

Recommended: Cancer   Conferences | Cancer Therapy Conferences | Cancer   Symposium | Cancer Summit | Cancer Events | Cancer Therapy Congress | Cancer Meetings

 

Related Societies/Associations: American Cancer Society | American Society of Pediatric Haematology/Oncology | Association of Cancer Doctors | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Society of Clinical Oncology | American Society of clinical oncology | American Society for Radiation Oncology | American Childhood Cancer Organization | Association for International Cancer Research British Psychological Oncology Society | The Association of Cancer Physicians | British Cardio-Oncology Society | British Orthopedic Oncology Society.

 

Session 09 on Breast Cancer:

Breast cancer is a type of cancer that starts in the cells of the breast. It occurs when abnormal cells in the breast grow and divide uncontrollably, forming a lump or mass. Breast cancer can develop in both men and women, but it is more common in women.

There are several types of breast cancer, but the most common type is invasive ductal carcinoma, which starts in the milk ducts and spreads to other parts of the breast. Other less common types include invasive lobular carcinoma, inflammatory breast cancer, and Paget's disease of the nipple.

Breast cancer can cause a variety of symptoms, including a lump or thickening in the breast, changes in the shape or size of the breast, nipple discharge, and skin changes around the breast or nipple. However, many people with breast cancer have no symptoms at all.

Early detection is important for the successful treatment of breast cancer. Women are advised to perform breast self-exams regularly and to have regular mammograms, particularly as they get older or if they

 

Sub tracks:

Triple-negative breast cancer

Mammography

HER2-positive breast cancer

Male breast cancer

Metastatic Breast cancer

Recommended: Cancer   Conferences | Cancer Therapy Conferences | Cancer   Symposium | Cancer Summit | Cancer Events | Cancer Therapy Congress | Cancer Meetings

 

Related Societies/Associations: American Cancer Society | American Society of Pediatric Haematology/Oncology | Association of