Theme: Exploring Essence of Shielding Vitality and Strength of Women Against Breast Cancer

Womens Health Meet 2018

Renowned Speakers

Womens Health Meet 2018

ME Conferences insist participants from all over the universe clock in “8th World Conference On Women’s Health and Breast Cancer” during December 13-14, 2018 in Abu Dhabi, UAE which includes precise keynote, presentations Oral talks, poster presentation, and Exhibitions. The theme of the conference this year is “ Exploring Essence of shielding vitality and strength of women Against Breast Cancer” assures an exceptional scientific program promoting many acclaimed and logic tormenting speakers.

Women’s health and breast cancer conference 2018 intent to accommodate excellent health and health maintenance to juvenile girls and women, with a target on the interception, analysis and  Directorate of productivity disarrangement and disease of gynecological and breast origin, as well as allied ancestral, morbid physiology, hygienic, proven clinical declaration.

ME Conferences conducts Novel conferences, Symposia, and Workshops, concerning current international interest. ME Conferences want to serve the global information community in the development and distribution of high quality, scholarly conferences. It aims to support Global research communities, by empowering clusters of scientists to regularly meet and discuss topics with frontrunners in the field. These conferences cover diverse top-ranked specialties and budding aspects of important and relatively broad subject areas. Organize conferences for knowledge sharing and providing a global platform to explore and learn new researchers in their respective fields.

Why Attend Cancer Research Conference 2018?

People from around universe centralize on training/learning about the BREAST CANCER and its healing. This is the finest occasion to reach the greatest congregation of participants from breast cancer community. Execute presentation, dispose of information, meet with experts, make a sludge with new inventions in the breast cancer treatment and interpretation, and arrogate name assimilation at this 2-day event. Popular renewed speakers from all over the world, the most recent programs, improvements, and the newest inventions to cure the breast cancer, phycology of the female and disorders are the endorsement of this conference.

  Target Audiences:

  • Cancer research Students, Scientists
  • Cancer Researchers
  • Gynecologists
  • Obstetricians
  • Cancer Research Faculty
  • Medical Colleges
  • Cancer Associations and Societies
  • Physicians
  • Healthcare Scientists and Professors
  • Breast Cancer Surgeons
  • Pathologists
  • Radiologists
  • Nurse Practitioners/Nurses
  • Oncologists
  • Chemotherapists
  • Pathologists
  • Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Diagnostics Companies
  • Business Entrepreneurs

Conference Highlights:


Track 1: Women's Health and Fitness 

‘’Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” is how World Health Organization defines about health. The term Women’s health is often constricted to simple form, women’s reproductive health, while many of them would like to give it a broader definition referring to the overall health of women, which sometimes is also explained in terms of their risk and experiences. Even though the studies say that women have greater life expectancy than men, it is very evident that they are more prone to severe disease. Past 30 years analysis reveals that, the number of women died from heart diseases is more compared to that of men, and women are more likely than men to die after their first heart attack. The statistical study of cancer by ASCO tells that cancer mortality is higher among men than women; concurrently it also explains that breast cancer is the most common cancer among the wold population.  

The Sanskrit phrase “matha pitha guru daivam“ which rose in the medieval times clearly mentions that it’s our mother who deserves reverence more than anyone else which indirectly points out how important is a woman’s health and fitness.

  • Centre of excellence in women health research
  • Comorbidity
  • Sexual health
  • Necessities of life
  • Women’s heart health
  • Nutrition
  • Lifestyle & Women’s Health
  • Physical and mental stability

Track 2: Social and Cultural Factors

Besides biology, women’s fitness or health is also influenced by the conditions such as employment, poverty and family responsibilities and therefore it can be said that the gender plays an unavoidable role in the social determination of health. Even in this 21st century, the basic necessities of life such as health care are often restricted in many countries where women lack social and economic power.  Dr Nafsiah Mboi, Indonesia’s Minister of Health (2012-2014) and Chair of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria’s board, has said that “in many societies, women and young girls do not enjoy the same access to health as men, let alone the same rights or opportunities. But a society that does not cure and treat its women and young girls with love and care and with equality will never be a healthy society.”  The country, its culture, their religion, the social conditions, all becomes the culprit here

  • Feminism
  • Neoliberalism
  • Fascism
  • Societal impact
  • Patriarchy

Track 3: Pregnancy and Child Birth

Pregnancy, also known as gestation, is the time during which an offspring develops inside a woman. The 38 weeks of pregnancy period in a woman’s life is crucial as it may presents substantial health risks such as onset of high blood pressure, severe nausea, vomiting weight loss etc. Premature labor, maternal death etc. still remains in the list of pregnancy complications no matter how well developed the country is and how fast the technology is growing. According to World Health Organization,  830 women approximately die every day from causes related to pregnancy and child birth, yet they the considers that 99% of these deaths, the majority of which occur within 24 hours of childbirth, are preventable if the appropriate infrastructure, training, and facilities were in place. The direct causes of these maternal deaths are hemorrhage, eclampsiaobstructed laborsepsis and unskilled abortion. In addition malaria and AIDS complicate pregnancy. Complications of pregnancy may be physical, mental, economic and social. It is estimated that 10–20 million women will develop physical or mental disability every year, resulting from complications of pregnancy or inadequate care. Consequently, international agencies have developed standards for obstetric care. Adolescent being pregnant can also lead to pregnancy and child birth complications.

  • Obstetrical fistulae
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Preterm labor
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Hyperemesis gravidarum
  • Premature birth
  • Preeclampsia
  • Maternal death

Track 4: Reproductive and Sexual Health

Risk factors such as unsafe sex may lead to many unique health issues related to reproduction and sexuality of women. Young women and adolescents are at risk from pregnancy, STDs and unsafe abortion. Access to contraception permits women to make acquainted choices about their reproductive and sexual health, increase empowerment, and enhances choices in education, careers and participation in public life. Reproductive health also involves issues regarding other systems such as reproduction, pregnancychildbirth and child rearing, including antenatal and perinatal care.  Many couples seek ART for infertility and many other reasons, however about a half of IVF pregnancies result in multiple-birth deliveries, which in turn are associated with an increase in both morbidity and mortality of the mother and the infant.

Track 5: Ethical Legal and Social Issues

Ethic has an important role in women’s health which often left forgotten. Even in this 21stcentuary where we make series like “Black Mirror” which explains the fate of coming generations due to the consequences of our discoveries, for some well-educated societies, the basic rights of a woman to get medical assistance, sexual ethics, and age limit for marriage etc. becomes just sentences that are written in some white sheets. When the religion and social status empowers, ethical, legal and social issues in women’s health remains suppressed.

  • Genetic pre-implantation 
  • Embryo Donation
  • Surrogacy and Gestational Careers
  • Deleterious results of art
  • Assisted Reproductive technology
  • A couple of Gestation Pregnancies
  • Fertility maintenance

Track 6: Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases

Being overweight or obese in women increases the relative risk of diabetes, coronary artery disease, low back pain and knee as hypertension osteoarthritis. Obesity also affects both contraception and fertility. Higher rates of high-risk obstetrics conditions such and diabetes as well as higher rates of caesarean section is linked with maternal obesity. Maternal obesity is associated with neonatal mortality, malformations, and also decreased intention, initiation and duration of breastfeeding. Obese women are at high risk of multiple cancers and obesity may also lead to depression in women.

Cardiovascular disorder (CVD) is the leading cause of death and for some chronic disease amongst women in many countries.  Women with diabetes and who smoke are more vulnerable to cardiovascular disorders than men. The major cause of CVD in women is cigarette smoking, hypertension (including isolated systolis hypertension), dylipidemia, diabetes mellitus, blood pressure, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, metabolic syndrome and poor nutrition. Even though risk factors for CVD are similar in women and men, gender differences have been reported, particularly diabetes and dyslipidemia.

  • Arrhythmias
  • Cardiogenic shock
  • Hypoxemia
  • Pulmonary oedema
  • DVT or deep vein thrombosis
  • Myocardial rupture
  • A ventricular aneurysm

Track 7: Midwifery

Midwifery is a medical health profession that deals with nursing or assisting pregnant women before and after delivery or labor (including care of the new born), besides reproductive and sexual health of women throughout their lives. Midwifery is also known as obstetrics. Midwifery-led care has effects which includes,  a reduction in the use of epidurals, with fewer episiotomies or instrumental births, a longer mean length of labour as measured in hours, increased chances of being cared for in labour by a midwife known by the childbearing woman, increased chances of having a spontaneous vaginal birth, decreased risk of preterm birth, decreased risk of losing the baby before 24 weeks' gestation, although there appears to be no differences in the risk of losing the baby after 24 weeks or overall.

  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Midwifery Prenatal care
  • Postnatal care
  • Midwifery care for a newborn
  • Antepartum
  • Intrapartum
  • Postpartum

Track 8: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may have infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods or excess male hormone (androgen) levels. The ovaries may develop numerous small collections of fluid (follicles) and fail to regularly release eggs. The cause of PCOS is uncertain, but there are some evidences that it is a genetic disorder. PCOS cannot be completely cured .Treatment may involve lifestyle changes such as weight loss and exercise. Signs and symptoms of PCOS include irregular or no menstrual periodsheavy periodsexcess body and facial hairacne, pelvic pain, difficulty getting pregnant, and patches of thick, darker, velvety skin.  Associated conditions include type 2 diabetesobesityobstructive sleep apneaheart diseasemood disorders, and endometrial cancer. It can also lead to infertility, gestational diabetes or pregnancy-induced high blood pressure, miscarriage or premature birth, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis — a severe liver inflammation caused by fat accumulation in the liver, metabolic syndrome — a cluster of conditions including high blood pressure, high blood sugar, and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels that significantly increase your risk of cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes, sleep apnea, depression, anxiety and eating disorders, abnormal uterine bleeding, cancer of the uterine lining (endometrial cancer).

  • Infertility
  • Hirsutism and acne
  • Menstrual irregularity
  • Hyperinsulinemia
  • Hyperandrogenism

Track 9: Osteoporosis and Bone Health

Osteoporosis is a disease where bone strength is reduced, which increases the risk of bone breakage. It is one of the most common diseases found in women. The bones which are mainly affected include the vertebrae in the spine, the bones of the forearm, and the hip. Chronic pain and decreased ability to carry out normal activities may occur following a broken bone. Osteoporosis may be due to lower or greater than the normal bone loss. Lower level of estrogen after menopause also leads to bone loss. Smoking, too little exercise; alcoholism, anorexia, hyperthyroidism, kidney diseases, and surgical removal of the ovaries may increase the risk of osteoporosis. Certain medications increase the rate of bone loss including chemotherapy, proton pump inhibitors, antiseizure, glucocorticosteroids and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Simple and common methods like a good diet, exercise, avoiding medications, change in lifestyle etc. helps to reduce the bone loss along with hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

Track 10: Depression and Mental Health

Women are at high risk of experiencing mental health issues such as depression anxiety  and psychosomatic complaints than men, mainly because of the change in hormonal environment. The change in hormones during puberty, menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth and the menopause can be taken as the main reasons for mental health issues in women. Most of these issues provoke suicidal tendencies and so suicide is said to be the leading cause of death for women under the age 60. Mental health issues also include dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. The occurrence of dementia in the United States is estimated to 5.1 million, and of two thirds are women. Moreover, women are likely to be the care takers of adult family members with depression, so that they bear both the risk and burdens of this disease

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorder (Manic-Depressive Illness)
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Dementia
  • Schizophrenia
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Suicidal tendency
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD, ADD)

Track 11: Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the cancer that develops from breast tissues. Symptoms may include a lump in the breast, change in breast shape, dimpling of skin, fluid coming from the nipple, a newly inverted nipple, or a red or scaly patch of the skin. Risks of developing the breast cancer being a female includes , obesity, lack of physical exercise, drinking alcoholhormone replacement therapy during menopauseionizing radiation, early age at first menstruation, having children late or not at all, older age, prior history of breast cancer, and family history. In metastasis stages of breast cancer, there may be bone pain, swollen lymph, shortness of breath, or yellow skin. Mutations in the tumour suppressing genes and oncogenes leads to development of the cancer. Breast malignant neoplastic diseases are the most common cancer diagnosed among women in both developed and developing countries. . Geographic magnetic declination in relative incidence is the opposite of that of cervical cancer, being highest in Northern US and lowest in Eastern and Middle Africa, but death rate rates are relatively constant, resulting in a wide variance in case mortality, ranging from 25% in developed regions to 37% in developing regions, and with 62% of deaths occurring in developing countries.

Track 12: : Oncology Nursing and Palliative Care

Palliative care can be defined as a multidisciplinary approach that may include care provided by physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, pharmacists, spiritual care professionals, and respiratory, physical, and occupational therapists, as well as a variety of other disciplines necessary to manage symptom. Oncology nurses are critical participants in the delivery of palliative care. It is the position of oncology nurse that primary nursing should begin at the time of diagnosis and continue throughout bereavement. Physical, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual assessments are key components to the development of a comprehensive care plan for each patient Oncology nurses must possess knowledge and skills in certain domains to deliver safe, quality palliative care, including, structure and processes of care, physical aspects of care, psychological and psychiatric aspects of care, social aspects for care, cultural aspects of care, care of the imminently dying patient, ethical and legal aspects of care and, spiritual, religious, and existential aspects of care of a cancer patient. Oncology nurses have a responsibility to engage the public and provide fact-based information about care of people with advanced serious illness to encourage advance care planning and informed choices based on the needs and values of individuals.

  • Psychological Support
  • Values and attitudes
  • Multidisciplinary care
  • Assessment and management of patients
  • Professional and ethical understanding of Patients

Track 13: Oncology Rehabilitation for Breast Cancer

The treatment and the cancer itself may affect the physical functioning and energy of the body. For e.g. many breast cancer treatments decreases oestrogen in the body. This may decrease bone density. Exercise may be used to increase the bone density and help lower the risk of breast cancer reappearance and also helps to regulate treatment-related fatigue such as skin harms, neural shortages, etc., that during radiation and chemotherapy. Breast cancer recovery is favoured for the individuals who experienced lumpectomy with sentinel hub biopsy treatment, lumpectomy with axillary dismemberment surgery, mastectomy, or breast reconstructive treatment, radiation and fundamental chemotherapy.

  • Integrated Care
  • Personalized Treatment Approach
  • Lymphedema Prevention and Treatment
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Auriculotherapy

Track 14: Breast Cancer: Challenges, Breakthroughs

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosed after lung cancer and is the main cause of cancer demise in women. The heterogeneity of breast cancer such as ductal carcinoma in situ, triple negative breast cancer, HER2 negative among the women makes it difficult for the doctors to provide ideal medications for the cure. The major treatment methods are chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted drug therapy, oncoplastic surgery etc. Recent oncology research lead to the developments in neoadjuvant therapies, have also been benefited in treatment of breast cancer. Complete cure through Ayurveda was another major breakthrough in breast cancer treatment.

  • Mechanisms of resistance to therapies
  • Epigenetic alterations
  • Personalized anticancer therapy
  • Accelerated partial breast irradiation (APBI)
  • Single nucleotide polymorphism
  • Identification of genetic changes
  • Letrozole
  • Palbociclib and Ribociclib
  • BRCA proteins
  • Poly(ADP ribose) polymerase (PARP) inhibitors
  • Basal-like breast cancer
  • HER2-targeted therapies

Relevant conferencesBreast Cancer Conferences Women’s Health Meetings | Oncologist Meetings | Cancer Research Events|

Related society and associations:

AACR Join Donate American Association for Cancer ResearchJournal of the American Medical Association, Asian Society for Neuro-Oncology,  Association for International Cancer ResearchAssociation for the Study of Lung CancerAssociation of European Cancer LeaguesAssociation of European Cancer Leagues.  Irish Cancer Society IrelandAustrian Cancer Society, USHALAKSHMI BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION & KIMS-USHALAKSHMI CENTRE FOR BREAST DISEASES AustriaGerman Cancer Society, GermanySwedish Cancer Society, SwedenUK Oncology Nursing SocietyUK,  American Cancer Society Cancer Action NetworkAmerican cancer society relay for lifeAmerican Society for Investigative Pathology: American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines; , ItalyThe Breast Cancer Research FoundationUSAJapanese Breast Cancer SocietyJapanIrish Cancer SocietyIrelandAustrian Cancer SocietyAustria; German Cancer SocietyGermanySwedish Cancer SocietySwedenUK Oncology Nursing Society, UK.


Why it’s in Abu Dhabi, UAE:

Women’s Health and Breast cancer conference 2018 will be held in Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second most crowded city of the United Arab Emirates and furthermore capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the biggest of the UAE's seven emirates. Abu Dhabi lies on a T-formed island sticking into the Persian Gulf from the focal western drift. Abu Dhabi is the wealthiest emirate of the UAE as far as Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and per capital wage. More than $1 trillion is put worldwide in this city alone. In 2010, the GDP per capital likewise came to $49,600, which positions ninth on the planet after Qatar, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg and numerous others.

Cancer Research work is proceeding in the other adjacent Middle East organizations and Asian nations. In this way, Abu Dhabi will be the colossal place for the get-togethers.

Importance and Scope:

Consistently, there are numerous logical meetings facilitated broadly and globally that unite the world's driving cancer specialists to share experiences into current cancer research and clinical trials. These gatherings are an imperative gathering to share better approaches to treat cancer all the more successfully and talk about chances to enhance mind. Cancer is the second driving reason for death around the world. It's pivotal to recall that growth isn't one malady – it's more than 200 cancer sicknesses included.

 All extraordinary, novel ailments, which require diverse methodologies for treatment. Medicines that work for a few malignancies don't work for others and in some cases those medications basically quit working.

Why to attend?

This is your most obvious opportunity to achieve the biggest social event of members from the group, with individuals from around the globe concentrated on finding out about cancer anticipation, and its advances. Lead introductions, circulate information, meet with present and potential researchers, make a sprinkle with new medication improvements, and get name acknowledgment at this 2-day occasion. Widely acclaimed speakers, the latest methodology, improvements, and the most up to date refreshes in growth anticipation.

Cancer is where irregular cells isolate wildly and decimate body tissue. More than 100 sorts of disease exist, including breast cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and lymphoma. Signs shift contingent upon the sort. Cure of Cancer may contain chemotherapy, radiation, and additionally surgery. And especially Breast cancer is the most growing disease in today's date.

Cancer is a mind boggling medicinal issue that requires a multidisciplinary approach. This approach is clearing and ranges from prosperity headway to neutralizing activity and screening, determination, treatment, reclamation and palliative care.

Five Most Common Cancer In Abu Dhabi


·Disease is the third premier reason for death in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. It is the third among nationals and the third among exiles. It represents 16% of aggregate passings.

·There were around 427 passings caused by cancer in 2015, 35% were nationals and 65% were exiles.

·45% of death were females and 56% were males

·The highest five Leading reasons for death among diseases in men (arranged by recurrence) are Lung cancer, Colorectal cancer, Liver cancer, Leukemia and Pancreas cancer.

·The highest five Leading reasons for death among diseases in Women (arranged by recurrence) are breast cancer, Colorectal cancer, Leukemia cancer, Ovary cancer, and Lung cancer.

The Top Ten countries effected by cancer   



Target Audiences:

Cancer Research 2018 respects the oncologists, hematologists, look into researchers/Cancer Researchers, Nurses, Medical Colleges, immunologists, Cancer inquire about Faculty, pathologists, specialists/clinicians, modern experts, understudy agents and cancer affiliations and social orders from biomedical and human services areas to be a piece of it.


Conference Highlights:

Related societies:

  • AACR Join Donate American Association for Cancer Research
  • Journal of the American Medical Association
  • Asian Society for Neuro-Oncology
  • Association for International Cancer Resear
  • Association for the Study of Lung Cancer
  • Association of European Cancer Leagues
  • Association of European Cancer Leagues
  • Irish Cancer Society, Ireland
  • Austrian Cancer Society
  • German Cancer Society
  • Germany; Swedish Cancer Society, Sweden
  • UK Oncology Nursing Society, UK
  • American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
  • American cancer society relay for life
  • American Society for Investigative Pathology: ASIP
  • American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines, Italy
  • The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, USA
  • Japanese Breast Cancer Society, Japan
  • Irish Cancer Society, Irela
  • Austrian Cancer Society, Austria
  • German Cancer Society, Germany
  • Swedish Cancer Society, Sweden.
  • UK Oncology Nursing Society, UK.

Top Universities

Abu Dhabi:

  • Higher Colleges of Technology         
  • New York University Abu Dhabi       
  • Masdar Institute of Science and Technology 
  • Abu Dhabi University
  • Khalifa University     
  • Al Ain University of Science and Technology
  • The Petroleum Institute         


  • Khawarizmi International College
  • ALHOSN University (on probation)   
  • University Paris-Sorbonne
  • Abu Dhabi Polytechnic           
  • Fatima College of Health Sciences      
  • Emirates College of Technology         
  • Emirates College for Advanced Education     
  • European International College           

World Wide           

  • Stanford University   
  • Harvard University     
  • University of California, Berkeley      
  • University of Washington     
  • Cornell University      
  • University of Michigan           
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • Columbia University in the City of New York
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison      
  • The University of Texas at Austin      
  • Purdue University       
  • University of Minnesota         
  • Princeton University   
  • New York University  
  • Penn State University  
  • University of Oxford  
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign   
  • University of Pennsylvania     
  • University of Cambridge      
  • University of California, Irvine          
  • Yale University           
  • University of California, San Diego    
  • Carnegie Mellon University    
  • University of Southern California       
  • University of Toronto
  • University of Chicago 
  • University of California, Davis           
  • Michigan State University       
  • University of Maryland          
  • University of Florida 
  • Arizona State University         
  • Johns Hopkins University       
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill    

Women’s Health Meet 2018

Breast Cancer 2017 Report

Gratitude’s to all of our honorable speakers, conference attendees and sponsors. Breast Cancer 2017 Conference was our best ever!

5th World Congress on Breast Cancer conference, hosted by the ME Conferences was held during June 15-17, 2017 London, UK at Holiday Inn London - Brentford Lock, London, UK with the theme “Pioneering Spirit of Enriching the Lives and Wellness of Women”. Magnanimous response and active participation was received from the Editorial Board Members of OMICS Group Journals as well as from the Scientists, Doctors, Professors, Oncologists, Radiologists, Pharmaceutical Industries, Healthcare Industries, Researchers and Students from the field of Breast Cancer, who made this event successful.

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

The conference was initiated with a series of lectures delivered by both Honorable Guests and members of the Keynote forum. The list included:

  • Lloyd Jenkins|Budwig Center|Spain
  • Sarah Spiegel|Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine|USA
  • Valerijus Ostapenko|National Cancer Institute|Lithuania
  • Hiltrud Brauch|Dr. Margarete Fischer-Bosch-Institute of Clinical Pharmacology|Germany
  • Yun Gong|University of Texas-M D Anderson Cancer Center|USA 
  • Carole Verhoeven|Pantarhei Oncology BV|The Netherlands
  • Jill Brook Hervik|Vestfold Hospital Trust|Norway
  • Hong (Amy) Zhang|University of Texas-MD Anderson Cancer Center|USA
  • Bashar Zeidan|Royal Hampshire County Hospital|UK
  • Hongying He|University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston|USA
  • Yun Gong|University of Texas-MD Anderson Cancer Center|USA
  • Steven M. Hill|Tulane University School of Medicine|USA
  • Zhygulin Andrii|LISOD Israeli Cancer Care Hospital|Ukraine
  • Uhi Toh|Kurume University School of Medicine|Japan
  • Manjeet Rao|University of Texas Health Science Center|USA


With the grand success of Breast Cancer-2017, ME Conferences is proud to announce the “8th World conference on Women's Health and Breast Cancer” to be held during August 09-10, 2018 ,Abu Dhabi

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