Theme: Empowering and creating opportunities for every woman to establish a healthy future



ME Conferences strongly encourages participants from all around the world to attend the 12th International Conference on Women’s Health and Cancer Cure, which will take place on December 05-06, 2022 Rome, Italy and will feature keynotes, oral talks, presentations, poster presentations, and exhibitors. The conference's theme, "Women's Right to a Secure Future," necessitates an unusual logical programme featuring various recognised and sensible agony speakers.

The goal of the Women's Health Meet 2022 is to provide excellent health and maintenance to juvenile girls and women, with a focus on detecting, analysing, and managing productivity disarray and disease of gynaecological and breast origin, as well as allied ancestral, morbid physiology, hygienic, and proven clinical declaration.

ME Conferences organises novel conferences, symposia, and workshops on topical global topics. ME Conferences must serve the global data community by creating and disseminating high-quality academic conferences. It aims to strengthen global research communities by encouraging groups of researchers to meet on a regular basis and discuss subjects with experts in the field. These conferences encompass a wide range of top-ranked specialties, as well as emerging areas of great importance and relatively broad topic areas, and they conduct conferences for information sharing and offering a global stage to new researchers in their respective professions.

Target Audience

  • Obstetricians
  • Breast Cancer Surgeons
  • Cancer research Students
  • Gynecological Pathologists
  • Gynecological Oncologists
  • Directors of Maternity Hospitals
  • Infertility specialists
  • Heads of the Obstetrics & Gynecology Departments
  • Cancer research Scientists
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Radiologists
  • Students of Medicine Disciplines
  • Cancer Associations and Societies
  • Healthcare Scientists
  • Women health care centre administrators
  • Centres for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Pharma Entrepreneurs
  • Nursing scholars
  • Health care systems and Hospitals
  • Associations and Societies


Track 1: Women's Health

Women's health refers to women's health, which differs from men's health in a variety of ways. Women's health is an example of populace health, which is defined as "a state of total physical, mental, and social prosperity, rather than simply the absence of illness or sickness." Many gatherings dispute for a more broad definition pertaining to Womens' general health, best expressed as "The health of Womens," which is frequently treated as just Womens' regenerative health.

Track 2: Gynecological Health

Most women today have this gynaecological condition, which causes a burning feeling during urine and is uncomfortable between menstrual cycles. Most women do not have a menstrual cycle every month. As a result, the majority of women experience pregnancy complications. So, whenever a girl reaches the age of 18 or begins to engage in sexual activity, she must see a doctor once a year for a checkup. If a woman experiences significant abdominal pain, terrible cramps, or copious bleeding during her period. It is mostly concerned with obstetrics, pregnancy, and childbirth. Consult your doctor if you are suffering unpleasant cramps, significant abdominal discomfort, or extended bleeding between periods, as this could be a sign of a more serious problem with women's health.

Track 3: Maternal Health

It relates to women's health before and during pregnancy. They cause more deaths in moms and their newborn babies during delivery and minimise sickness. Maternal care is crucial for both mother and child. Hypertension and heart disease are two of these health hazards. The significance of maternal health is to secure the health of the kid, and a healthy child requires a healthy mother. Maternal diseases are exacerbated by the possibility that your child will be born with a chronic disease or birth defect. UNICEF assists local communities in providing information to women and their families about pregnancy difficulties, spacing time, and limiting for nutrition and health, as well as increasing pregnant women's nutritional status to prevent low birth weight. Heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of pregnancy-related fatalities. The majority of pregnancy-related deaths are avoidable.

Track 4: Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most generally recognised obtrusive cancer in women, and the second most common cause of cancer death in women, after lung cancer. Breast cancer is the most well-known malignancy among women. Indications include a knot or thickening of the breast, as well as alterations to the skin or areola. Hazard ingredients can be inherited, but some lifestyle circumstances, such as alcohol usage, make it inevitable. A wide range of medications are available, including medical procedures, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. Many breast protuberances are not malignant; however, any woman who is concerned about a bulge or change should consult a doctor.

Track 5: Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases

Obesity is a major factor of increased cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality and morbidity. The current study examines the relationships between increasing BMI and increased rates of CVD and high blood pressure (HBP) utilising regression analysis and neural network models for obesity and HBP. Maintaining a healthy weight lowers the chances of having CVD.

Track 6: Lung Cancer

Adenocarcinoma is the most common kind of lung cancer in women. A persistent new cough or a change in an existing chronic cough. This cough produces blood, and they will have pain in their chest, back, or shoulders, which will be exacerbated by coughing, deep breathing, or laughing. Lung cancer patients can develop pneumonia, which can result in mortality. Dyspnea, discomfort, confusion, and respiratory secretions are common symptoms of lung cancer death. Blood tests do not diagnose lung cancer, and only the doctor can tell the patient about his overall health and how effectively his body organs are working. A full blood count is required to rule out anaemia and low red blood cell counts. Exhaustion, weakness, and a desire to sleep indicate that we are in the final stages of lung cancer, and cancer patients grow considerably weaker and more easily worn out during these final weeks. In the latter stages of cancer, patients may desire to sleep every day and spend the most of their time resting in bed. With lung cancer, we experience symptoms such as coughing up blood or rust-colored sputum.

Track 7: Ovarian Cancer

The two ovaries are positioned on opposite sides of the uterus. The ovaries are responsible for the production and storage of a woman's eggs. Each ovary will be around the size of an almond. During anovulation, the ovary releases an egg. On the other hand, the egg may be treated as human sperm and pregnancy may occur. Ovarian cancer develops ovarian tissues. For the testing process, imagine tests, surgery, and blood tests are used. This ovarian cancer is more common in women over the age of 50, and it is more common in women over the age of 65. Back discomfort in women with ovarian cancer occurs when tumours spread to the belly or pelvis, irritating tissue in the lower back. The female sex organs generate eggs as well as oestrogen and progesterone. Obesity is also a risk factor for ovarian cancer in women. There are various symptoms of ovarian cancer. They are

  • Unexplained exhaustion.
  • Nausea.
  • Indigestion or upset stomach.
  • Pelvic or abdominal pain or cramping.
  • A pressure in the lower back.

Track 8: Osteoporosis and Bone Health

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that causes bones to weaken and shatter easily. Osteoporosis primarily affects older women, however aversion develops while you are younger. You can build bone mass and counteract bone misfortune regardless of your age. Broken bones caused by osteoporosis cause serious medical concerns and incapacity in older women. Estrogen is essential for bone development and maintenance. Osteoporosis is referred to as a "silent" illness. You may suffer from bone misfortune for a long time with no symptoms until you break a bone. A shattered bone can result in excruciating agony and incapacity. It can make doing simple tasks like strolling alone more difficult. Alcoholism, hyperthyroidism, kidney illness, anorexia, and some drugs, such as chemotherapy, antiseizure, glucocorticoids, pump inhibitors, and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, all raise the risk of osteoporosis. Simple approaches such as a healthy diet, exercise, avoiding drugs, making lifestyle changes, and so on help to reduce bone loss in conjunction with hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

Track 9: Menopause & Menstrual Cycle

Menopause is the point at which your menstrual periods cease for good and you can no longer become pregnant. Some people refer to the interval preceding a woman's last cycle as menopause. This is the beginning of menopause or perimenopause. After menopause, your body produces significantly less oestrogen and progesterone. Low oestrogen levels after menopause can have a negative impact on your health and produce symptoms such as hot flashes. Steps can be taken to preserve one's health and alleviate symptoms.

Track 10: Uterine Diseases

Polyps, endometriosis, fibroids, and cancer are some of the conditions that can affect a woman's uterus and cause pain. Uterus pain or discomfort is most commonly felt in the pelvic and lower abdominal region, although it can sometimes move to the mid-abdomen or lower back. The symptoms of numerous uterine disorders are similar and may include irregular menstruation and difficulty getting pregnant. The most well-known disorders that affect the uterus are manageable, but some conditions may persist even after therapy. Uterine malignant growth is not a common type of disease, and it occurs significantly less frequently than more common uterine disorders.

Track 11: Non Communicable Diseases

These noncommunicable diseases are becoming more prevalent over the world as a result of poor diet and excessive alcohol consumption. This will not spread from the affected person to others, but it is the direct outcome of lifestyle and environmental variables. This comprises a variety of disorders such as chronic lung disease, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. We can prevent noncommunicable illnesses by reducing harmful alcohol use, cigarette use, salt intake, and physical activity prevalence. Noncommunicable device risk factors include high blood pressure, a poor diet, inactivity, overweight, and obesity.

Track 12: Sexually Transmitted Infections

These are also referred to as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or venereal diseases (VD). Some STDs can be passed from mother to infant via unsterile medication needles during breast feeding or childbirth, as well as through blood transfusions. These STDs are mostly transmitted through the vaginal mucous membranes. Some infections can be transmitted sexually, although they are not categorised as STDs. Meningitis can be transmitted by sexual contact. The prevalence of STDs among elderly is rising. Some bacteria are killed by garlic, but not the ones that cause chlamydia. This garlic has antifungal qualities and has been demonstrated to inhibit the growth of yeast infections, making it useful during chlamydia antibiotic therapy.

Track 13: HIV/AIDS

The most prevalent route for women to contract HIV is through sex with a male partner. Several variables may raise women's risk of HIV infection. For example, if he has sex without a condom, it swiftly goes from male to female. Because the immune system has been compromised in AIDS patients, Kaposi Sarcoma is a common infection. In several nations, Kaposi Sarcoma has become the most commonly reported malignancy. It first occurs on the legs and feet before spreading to the mouth and gastrointestinal tract. It advances slowly over several years and may result in death. This Kaposi Sarcoma is spread through sexual contact, primarily through saliva, and is rapidly passed to youngsters living in endemic areas. Recurrent fever, chronic diarrhoea, and skin rashes or pimples are some indications and symptoms of HIV and AIDS.

Track 14: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), also known as polycystic ovarian syndrome, is a common medical condition caused by an imbalance of conceptive hormones. This is a symptom of a woman who has irregular or no menstrual periods, acne, obesity, abundant hair growth, problems becoming pregnant, and regions of thicker, darker, velvety skin. Women with PCOS do not ovulate and do not release an egg every month, and they are at a considerably increased risk of developing high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, and uterine cancer. Exercise and weight loss can help to reduce the risk of PCOS. Treatment may include modifications to one's lifestyle, such as weight loss and exercise. Women with PCOS may have irregular menstrual cycles or high amounts of male hormones. The ovaries can form tiny collections of fluids and fail to discharge normal eggs on a monthly basis. Stein Leventhal Syndrome is another name for PCOS. Nowadays, 80 percent of women suffer with PCOS, which causes a multitude of cysts, or fluid-filled sacs, on their ovaries. The cysts are not hazardous, but they may cause a hormonal imbalance.

Track 15: Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychological health problem that is triggered by a terrifying event – either experiencing it or witnessing it. Flashbacks, horrible dreams, and major tension, as well as wild reflections about the occasion, may be symptoms. The vast majority of people who are involved in terrible incidents may have temporary difficulties shifting and adapting, but with time and great self-care, they usually show indications of progress. If the symptoms worsen, last for a long time or perhaps years, and interfere with your daily work, you may have PTSD. Getting credible treatment once PTSD side effects develop can be critical to reducing symptoms and improving work.

Track 16: Reproductive and Sexual Health

Menstruation, fertility, cervical screening, contraception, pregnancy, sexually transmissible infections, chronic health problems, and menopause are all related with women's sexual and reproductive health difficulties. Women get pregnant and have children from puberty, when they start having their monthly period, until menopause, when they stop having it. The reproductive years of a woman are between the ages of 12 and 51. Each woman's experience at that time is unique. In the absence of disease or infirmity, reproductive health is a condition of physical, mental, and social well-being. Domestic violence, sexual abuse, and genital mutilation are all examples of reproductive health issues. All of these are involved in the creation and transport of gametes and sexual hormones. The primary goal of the sexual reproductive health programme is to improve youth and adolescent knowledge, skills, and attitudes. These natural foods can boost your health by consuming foods high in antioxidants, avoiding trans fats, eating less refined carbohydrates, and switching protein sources.

Track 17: Midwifery

Midwifery is a medical health profession that focuses on nursing or aiding pregnant women before and after birth, as well as women's reproductive and sexual health throughout their lives. Obstetrics is another name for it. It involves a decrease in the use of epidurals, as well as fewer episiotomies and instrument deliveries. There are increased chances of being cared for in labour by a midwife known to the childbearing woman, as well as increased chances of having a spontaneous vaginal birth and a chance of losing the baby before 24 weeks gestation period, with no apparent differences in the risk of losing the baby after 24 weeks or overall. A midwife's duties and responsibilities include assessing and monitoring pregnant women, doing screening tests, and providing antenatal care in hospitals, homes, and GP practises. Good interpersonal skills are essential for a midwife. It entails being able to interact and communicate with people in a variety of scenarios. It works with patients, their families, and other medical professionals. The primary distinction between doctors and midwives is that midwives manage uncomplicated, normal, and low-risk pregnancy cases, whereas doctors address difficult cases.

Track 18: Cervical Cancer

This mostly happens in the cervix cells, which are the bottom sections of the uterus that attach to the vagina. The sexually transmitted infection papillomavirus is linked to cervical cancer. Cigarette smoking, birth control pills, having multiple sexual partners, and engaging in early sexual contracts are all risk factors for cervical cancer. Cervical cancer symptoms include pain during intercourse, vaginal discharge and odour, and pelvic pain. This cancer occurs when cervix cells proliferate uncontrollably and spread throughout the body. In some settings, it grows slowly, while in others, it grows swiftly and spreads widely. HPV is spread sexually, and cervical cancer is most usually associated with HPV illness. HPV infection is responsible for 100% of cervical cancer cases. It has no symptoms in its early stages, and if you do have symptoms, the most common are abnormal vaginal bleeding that might occur before or after sex, or fresh bleeding after you have gone through menopause.

Track 19: Yeast Infections

Candida infections are another name for yeast infections. Microbes and yeast cells make up a solid vagina. When the parity of microscopic creatures and yeast alters, yeast cells can replicate. This causes swelling and discomfort. Yeast infections are caused by vulva redness, swelling, or itching. White discharge resembles cottage cheese and is normally odourless; nevertheless, it may smell like yeast and cause pain or burning when peeing or during sex. Older girls are more prone to acquire yeast infections before their periods. A cardiologist can test for yeast infection by examining your medical history and asking about your symptoms. Boric acid, natural yoghurt, garlic, coconut oil, tea tree oil, and oregano oil are all home treatments for yeast infections. Unlike other vaginal infections, yeast infections do not produce vaginal smells. If an odour exists, it is usually light and yeasty. Creams, ointments, pills, and suppositories containing miconazole and terconazole can be used to treat yeast infections.

Track 20: Pregnancy and Childbirth

Pregnancy and childbirth are significant events in the lives of women and families, but they also necessitate physical and mental adjustments. It covers a wide range of topics, beginning with pre-pregnancy, prenatal care, birthing, and caring for a newborn infant in the first few weeks of life. Prenatal tests, adequate nutrition, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, genetic consultation, nursing, infant assessment examinations, hospital discharge with the baby, and domestic environment preparation are all part of the pregnancy and birthing process.

Track 21: Oncology Rehabilitation for Cancer

Oncology rehabilitation encompasses a wide range of treatments intended to help you build quality and consistency, regain autonomy, reduce stress, and maintain the energy to participate in everyday activities that are important to you. Our cancer rehabilitation specialists are skilled at assisting patients in returning to life and working as soon and securely as possible.

Track 22: Diet & Exercise

Diet and exercise function better together than they do separately. Nutrient-dense foods with protein, calcium, and healthy fats should be incorporated in the diet. Physical activity may help alleviate some of the symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, joint pain, and sleep problems. Exercise also reduces your chances of getting heart disease, diabetes, or osteoporosis. It also aids in weight loss and the reduction of belly fat. The effects of action are so powerful that it affects every physiological framework in the body to better things.

Track 23: Ovarian Health

The female reproductive system includes the ovaries. The ovaries are positioned on opposite sides of the uterus. Each ovary is roughly the size and shape of an almond. The ovaries are responsible for the production and storage of a woman's eggs. An ovary releases an egg during ovulation. A pregnancy is possible if that egg is fertilised by human sperm. When a woman reaches menopause, her ovaries stop producing hormones and releasing eggs.

Track 24: Endometriosis

The tissue that comprises the uterine lining grows outside of the uterine cavity and is known as endometrial. This happens when endometrial tissue grows in the ovaries and intestines. Endometriosis appears as little flat or elevated patches scattered across the vaginal surface. Endometriomas are ovarian endometriosis cysts that are filled with thick brown fluid and are referred to as "chocolate cysts." Minor implants or small wounds arise in stage 1. It develops regularly in the uterus to prepare the womb for anovulation. Glands, blood cells, and connective tissue make up this tissue. They can appear everywhere on the body, but they most commonly appear in the pelvic area. It has the potential to cause weight gain. Furthermore, progesterone causes weight gain in many women. More will be present in stage 2 than in stage 1.

Track 25: Depression and Anxiety

Women become serious, have a piercing mood, and fall into depression. Helplessness, worthlessness, despair, and hopelessness are some of the feelings that lead to depression in women. Depression can range from mild to moderate, with symptoms such as lethargy, a loss of appetite, and problems sleeping. Women have more psychological illnesses than men. Past emotional abuse can worsen severe depression later in life. Sadness is a natural emotion to adversity. Depression is more common in women due to biological and social causes specific to women. Women under the age of 35 and persons with underlying health issues were the most impacted by anxiety disorders. Smaller stressful life events, such as a family tragedy, continuing financial worry, or work stress, can lead to extreme anxiety. Anxiety disorders are more common in those who have other mental problems. Fatigue, restlessness, irritability, tense muscles, agitation, difficulty concentrating, and difficulty sleeping are all symptoms of anxiety disorders.

Track 26: Mental Health & Behavioral Health Care

Depression affects women twice as much as males and, in general, has different contributing factors in women than in men. Reproductive hormones, a different feminine response to stress, and social influences specific to a woman's life experiences are all contributors. The most well-known treatment options for women suffering from depression include medication and therapy. Therapy has also been proved to be an extremely effective means of treating depression. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a popular type of talk therapy, or psychotherapy, used to treat depression.

Track 27: Violence Against Women

Violence against women is a huge issue these days, with many women and girls confronting this problem all over the world. While society is working to address the problem, some people do not take it seriously. Typically, they have been physically or sexually assaulted by a man at some point in their lives. Many young girls are now vulnerable to serious or recurrent attacks. Men who beat or rape women or girls are rarely prosecuted when compared to the frequency of assaults. Female children are now more likely to be subjected to sexual violence, such as being raped or sexually assaulted by family members. In some nations, if a woman is unmarried and falls pregnant, her family members may beat or murder her. Even after marriage, women face violence from their husbands, and in certain circumstances, they are forced to rape or kill the women. Some effective strategies to end violence against women and girls are putting attitudes, norms, and teenage behaviour under scrutiny.

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