Theme: Exploring New Frontiers in Cancer Research
EURO ONCOLOGY 2022
The World’s Leading Cancer Conference and Gathering for Scientists. Join us the 5th Euro Oncology and Cancer Summit scheduled on September 02, 2022 Webinar. Which is mainly focuses on the “Exploring New Frontiers in Cancer Research”. This includes relevant keynote presentations, symposia, poster presentations, speaker sessions, as well as an exposition and workshops. On behalf of the organising committee, we hope you will join us for a fantastic and pleasant gathering!
The 5th Euro Oncology and Cancer Summit brings together a unique and global combination of large and medium pharmaceutical, biotech, and analytical associations, as well as foremost universities and clinical research institutions, to share their scientific studies, encourage collaborative projects across industries and universities, and assess developing advancements around the world. With presentations on Cancer Pathology, Solid Tumour Oncology, Targeted Cancer Therapy, Microbiome and Cancer, Oncology Nursing & Palliative Care, Cell & Gene Therapy for Cancer, as well as other fields, Euro Oncology 2022 provided an opportunity to interact with and learn from professionals from all around the world.
Why to Attend?
Our main objective is to provide Gynecologists, Dermatologists, Surgical Oncologists, General Oncologists, students, young researchers, industrial delegates, and all others professionally involved in the study of oncologists with an opportunities to educate about the intricacies of the disease, discuss interventional procedures, examine new and modern cataract removal practises and their quality and effectiveness in the treatment of various cancers, and understand local facts and practical oncologist.
- Academic Professionals
- Research Scholars
- Associations and Societies
- Oncology and Faculty
- Medical Colleges
- Cancer Physicians
- Training Institutes
- Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
- Hospital Administrators
- Hospital General Counsel
- Women Nutritionists and Dieticians
- Oncology Herpetologist
- Pharmaceutical Industrialists
- Biopharmaceutical Industries
- Medical professionals
- Surgical Oncologists
- General Oncologists
- Surgical Oncologists
- Cancer scientists
Track 1: Cancer Pathology
Cancer diagnosis, treatment, and research all depend on pathology. More accurate concepts such as cancer grading and staging, carcinoma in situ, Cytopathology in screening and diagnosis, immunohistochemistry, and biomarkers were developed and accepted in clinical practise due to advancements in pathology over the 20th century. Cancer is now recognised as a hereditary illness in the 21st century.
Treatment for cancer pathology:
- Radiation therapy
Track 2: Solid Tumour Oncology
Child's solid tumours account for roughly 30% of all malignancies. A brain tumour is the most common type of solid tumour in kids. Tumors aren't all the same. The term benign refers to a tumour that is free of cancer cells. Malignant refers to a tumour that has cancer cells. The research of Tumour Suppressor Genes and Proto-Oncogenes Genetic Alterations in Solid Tumors has substantially improved our understanding of cancer biology. Researchers know more about the fundamental processes that lead to the development, progression, and response to therapy of solid tumours.
Examples of solid tumours are
- Carcinomas and
Track 3: Targeted Cancer Therapy
One of the most important types of cancer treatment is targeted cancer therapy. Targeted Therapy, rather than essentially interfering with all rapidly proliferating cells, prevents the proliferation of cancer cells by obstructing with Specific Targeted Molecules essential for carcinogenesis and tumour growth. Targeted cancer therapies are thought to be more successful and less damaging to normal cells than earlier treatments. The science of cancer immunology has developed a number of targeted therapies that use immune systems to achieve therapeutic goals. As a result, one sort of biological response modifier is immunomodulators.
Side effects of Targeted therapy:
Other side effects:
- Blood clotting
- Wound healing
- High blood pressure
- Mouth sores
- Nail changes
- Rash and
- Dry skin
Track 4: Microbiome and Cancer
Recent logical breakthroughs have aided in the comprehension of the erratic relationship between the microbiome and cancer. Microbial Cells, both resident and transitory, constantly bombard our bodies with their buy items, which include toxic compounds. The flow of harmful metabolites causes cancer to spread to far-flung places from where a specific organism resides, and it can also cause cancer to spread to other parts of the body, which is linked to tumour improvement.
Supported ways to improve microbiome:
- Eat prebiotic fiber
- Eat less sugar and sweeteners
- Reduce stress
- Avoid taking antibiotics unnecessarily
- Exercise regularly
- Get enough sleep
Track 5: Oncology Nursing & Palliative Care
An Oncology Nurse is a type of medical professional who specialises in cancer patients. Patients with cancer travel a great distance from diagnosis to treatment. There is no unique road travelled by all cancer sufferers because disease affects not just the physical but also the patient's psychological and social status in a variety of ways.
Palliative Care refers to a type of treatment that aims to help the patient feel better while also attempting to treat the condition. Palliative Care includes activities to relieve physical, emotional, spiritual, and psychosocial distress. Unlike treatments that are specifically designed to kill cancer cells. Palliative care's main goal is to increase personal contentment.
- Improved medication management
- Improved symptoms
- Improved medication adherence
- Optimized treatment outcomes
- Enhanced psychosocial support
- Reduced length of hospital stay
Track 6: Cell & gene Therapy for Cancer
Gene Therapy is a field of biomedical study that aims to influence the course of many genetic and acquired (so-called multifactorial) disorders by manipulating their DNA/RNA. Cell treatment focuses on treating diseases at the cellular level, for example, by re-establishing a certain cell population or using cells as healing cargo. Furthermore, these two domains have produced reagents, concepts, and approaches that are illuminating the better purposes of quality control, input circles, stem cell lineage, cell-cell interactions, enhancement circles, regenerative limit, and redesigning or remodelling.
Advantages of gene therapy:
Cancer Immunology is a division of biology involved in understanding the role of the immune system in progression, advancement and the expansion of Cancer the most well recognized application is Cancer Immune Therapy, which uses the immune system as a treatment for Cancer.Cancer Immunology interacts between the immune system and tumours or distortions.
Recognition of Cancer Specific Antigens
1. Immunosurveillance: Lymphocytes act as sentries in recognizing and eliminating continuously arising, nascent transformed cells
2. Immunoediting: Process by which a individual is endangered from Cancer growth and the development of Malignancy Immunogenicity
Track 8: Role of Biomarker in Cancer care
Cancer A biomarker is a chemical or interaction that indicates the presence of cancer in the body. A biomarker could be an atom released by a tumour or the body's explicit response to the presence of cancer. Cancer transmission, end, and perception can be investigated using hereditary traits, epigenetic, glycomic, and imaging biomarkers. Biomarkers may usually be examined in non-obtrusively collected bio fluid like serum and blood.
Treatment of Biomarkers in cancer care:
- Protein and
- Metabolomic profiles
Track 9: Metastasis and Drug Resistance
Metastasis is the process through which certain cancer cells break away from their original tumour and thrive in a different tissue. This is the most common cause why people succumb to cancer. We now have unrivalled freedoms to unravel the science of this issue, as well as a related one — how a few Tumours obtain long-term protection from therapies. Our experts are interested in every aspect of Metastasis and Resistance research, including Tumor Microenvironment Interactions, cell guidelines, Cancer Stem Cells, and the list goes on.
Treatment for Metastasis and Drug Resistance
- Targeted therapy
- Hormone therapy and
Track 10: Neonatal and Paediatric Oncology
Neonatology is a paediatric discipline that deals with the medical care of newborn infants, particularly those who are preterm or sick. It is a hospital-based specialty that is most commonly used in Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs). Newborn infants that are unwell or require special medical care owing to intrauterine growth retardation, congenital abnormalities (birth defects), sepsis, preterm, low birth weight, pulmonary hypoplasia, or birth asphyxia are the most common patients of neonatologists.
Paediatric oncology is a medical specialty that focuses on the detection and treatment of cancer in children. Pediatric cancer, often known as childhood cancer, is cancer that affects children. In the United States, the randomly adopted ages used are 0-14 years, which is up to 14 years and 11.9 months of age.
- Diaper Rash
- Gas Pains
Track 11: Radiology & Imaging in Cancer
Radiation Therapy, often known as radiotherapy, is a type of cancer treatment that involves the use of ionised radiation to control or eliminate cancerous cells. If radiation therapy is limited to a single area of the body, it may be effective in treating several types of cancer. Radiation Therapy has been used in vulnerable tumours before, during, and after Chemotherapy since it is synergistic with it. Radiation Oncology is an Oncology specialisation that focuses on Radiotherapy.
Cancer Imaging is a broad word that refers to a variety of techniques used in cancer diagnosis and research. It was first used to diagnose and organise the illness, but it is now also used to assist with medical procedures and radiotherapy, as well as to identify individuals who are responsive to therapy and look for early reactions.
Track 12: Cancer Genetics & Epigenetics
Cancer is a disease that affects the regulation of tissue growth. Oncogenes and Tumour Suppressor Genes are the two types of genes that are affected. Oncogenes are genes that promote the growth and reproduction of cells. Tumour suppressor genes are proteins that stop cells from dividing and surviving. The creation of novel oncogenes, the inappropriate over-expression of common oncogenes, or the under-expression or silencing of Tumour Suppressor Genes can all lead to malignant transformation.
Cancer Epigenetics is concerned with epigenetic changes to the genome of cancer cells that do not involve any changes to the nucleotide sequence. Epigenetic changes are nearly as important as genetic mutations in the transformation of normal cells to cancer cells, and their management holds tremendous promise for cancer prevention, detection, and treatment. A range of epigenetic pathways can be disrupted in different types of cancer, including altered histone modifications, CpG island methylation patterns, and dysregulation of DNA binding proteins, which can result in the silence of tumour suppressor genes and the activation of oncogenes.
Effects of epigenetics:
- Physical activity
- Tobacco smoking
- Alcohol consumption
- Environmental pollutants
- Psychological stress and
- Working on night shifts
Track 13: Therapeutic Anti-Cancer Vaccines
A cancer vaccine is a vaccination that aids in the treatment or prevention of cancer. Therapeutic cancer vaccines are vaccines that are used to treat cancer that has already developed. Some of the vaccines are "autologous," meaning they are made from patient samples and are unique to that patient. According to some experts, malignant cells are normally produced and removed by the immune system, and tumours occur when the immune system fails to do so.
Three types of treating Cancer Vaccines:
- BCG live
- Talimogene laherparepvec
Track 14: Organ Specific Cancer
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Organ-Specific Cancers will be identified after the location of the cancer in the body organ. Despite gains in our understanding of the atomic and cell events that underpin, this rate is increasing in different parts of the world and has become a serious general medical issue. Cancers are classified according to the location of malignant growth in the body organ. For example, brain cancer, oral cancer, lung cancer, head and neck cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, gastric cancer, leukaemia, kidney cancer (renal cell cancer), and so on.
Organs are affected by cancer:
- Liver or
Track 15: Computational Oncology
Computational Oncology is a relatively new term in medicine that is gaining traction. It may come as a surprise to some to learn that full divisions are being established in clinical foundations all over the world. On closer inspection, this two-word state conjures up a full sense of the complexity that surrounds medical care, particularly in the field of cancer. It deals with the growth of the company and the expansion of medicine into a more multidisciplinary realm.
Track 16: Cancer Genomics
The study of the differences in DNA sequence and gene expression between tumour cells and normal host cells is known as cancer genomics. It aspires to comprehend the hereditary basis of tumour cell multiplication and the progression of the disease genome as a result of changes in the body climate, the immune system, and therapeutic interventions. Tumors are in general genetic illnesses, triggered by alterations that lead to odd cell development, regardless of whether they occur by chance, environmental circumstances, or inherited tendency.
Prevention of Cancer Genomics:
- Don't use tobacco
- Eat a healthy diet
- Protect yourself from the sun
- Get vaccinated
- Avoid risky behaviours
- Get regular medical care
Track 17: Cancer Metabolism
Cancer metabolism refers to the differences between cancer cells and most normal tissue cells in terms of cellular metabolism pathways. Aerobic glycolysis, decreased oxidative phosphorylation, and enhanced synthesis of biosynthetic intermediates required for cell growth and proliferation are just a few of the metabolic changes seen in cancer cells. One method of killing cancer cells is to starve them to death by denying them nutrition, particularly glucose.
Treatment for cancer metabolism:
- Special diets
- Nutritional supplements
Track 18: Exercise Oncology
A number of physical fitness exercises are used in Exercise Oncology. A complete programme that focuses on the entire body. The Exercise Oncology Service brings together researchers and physiologists to think about how physical activity affects cancer treatment and prognosis. People with cancer and their primary care physicians have long been intrigued by the prospect that something as simple as feasible could make cancer treatment more appealing and allow patients to recover more quickly once treatment is over.
- Breathing exercises
- Balance exercises
- Aerobic exercise
- Strength training
Cancer Epidemiology is the study of the factors that influence cancer in order to determine potential trends and causes. Epidemiological Methods are used in the study of cancer epidemiology to determine the cause of cancer and to perceive and promote better treatments. This research area should be flexible enough to accommodate difficulties like lead time inclination and length time predilection. The theory behind lead time predisposition is that early detection may inflate a cancer's endurance measurements without actually increasing the infection's common history.
The size of the global market for cancer pharmaceuticals, which was estimated to be worth $135,494,17 million in 2020, is anticipated to grow to $274,400.63 million by 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 7.5 percent between 2021 and 2030. After infectious, parasitic, and cardiovascular disorders, cancer is the third most deadly disease in the world. Chemoprevention is the medical term for using substances that are produced artificially or naturally to intervene pharmacologically and potentially inhibit or stop the development of cancer. Surgery, radiation, and medications are used to treat cancer. For cancer in its early stages, surgery is the initial line of treatment. The most common places for radiotherapy to be used are close to where surgery will be performed. Chemotherapy (CTX), which uses a large variety of medications with cytotoxic effects, is used in the final case.
List of Societies & associations
List of oncology and cancer universities hospitals around the world:
- Harvard University
- Johns Hopkins University
- Cornell University
- The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
- University of California –San Francisco
- University of Pennsylvania
- University of Cambridge
- UCLA Medical Center
- Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
- Imperial College London
- Queen Mary University of London
- Sorbonne University
- Kings College London
- University of Edinburg
- Northwestern Memorial Hospital
- University of Milan
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
- Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Mayo Clinic
- Dana-Farber Brigham and Women's Cancer Center
- Cleveland Clinic
United States: Addario Lung Cancer Medical Institute, AIM at Melanoma Foundation, Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology, American Brain Tumor Association, American Institute for Cancer Research, American Society of Clinical Oncology, Oncology Drug Advisory Committee
Europe: St Vincent's University Hospital, Institute Gustave Rossi, Oncology Institute of Southern Switzerland, European Institute of Oncology, The Royal Marsden - NHS Foundation Trust, Comprehensive Cancer Centre ULM, Champalimaud Clinical Centre, Fondazione IRCCS Institute National dei Tumor, International Network for Cancer Treatment and Research
Asia Pacific: Asian Clinical Oncology Society, Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Prevention, Cancer Therapeutics Research Group, Asian Fund for Cancer Research, Black Sea Countries Coalition on Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention, Asia-Ocean Research Organization on Genital Infection and Neoplasia
Middle East: Comprehensive Care in the Middle East, Palliative Care in the Middle East, King Hussein Cancer Center, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi Oncology Center, Sino Vedic Cancer Clinic, Cairo University, Mansoura University, Ain Shams University
- Cancer Pathology
- Targeted Cancer Therapy
- Solid Tumour Oncology
- Microbiome and Cancer
- Oncology Nursing & Palliative Care
- Cell & gene Therapy for Cancer
- Cancer Immunotherapy and Immunooncology
- Role of Biomarker in Cancer care
- Metastasis and Drug Resistance
- Neonatal and Paediatric Oncology
- Radiology & Imaging in Cancer
- Cancer Genetics & Epigenetics
- Therapeutic Anti-Cancer Vaccines
- Organ Specific Cancer
- Computational Oncology
- Cancer Genomics
- Cancer Metabolism
- Exercise Oncology
- Cancer Epidemiology, Screening & Prevention
- Cancer Cell Cycle, Carcinogenesis & Cancer Mutagenesis
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