Apr 19-20, 2022    Tokyo, Japan
2nd International Conference on

Clinical and Medical Oncology


Cancer & Oncology

Oncology is the study of cancer. An oncology doctor who treats cancer and provides medical care for a person diagnosed with cancer. The three major field of oncology have: medical, surgical, and radiation. The types of cancer are carcinoma, sarcoma, melanoma, lymphoma, and leukaemia. The most commonly diagnosed cancers - originate in the skin, lungs, breasts, pancreas, and other organs and glands.

Cancer research and therapy

The Ultimate goal of Cancer research is to save lives by developing safe and productive methods to prevent, detect, diagnose and treat the people suffering from cancer. Depending on the type of cancer in patients the treatment varies like surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy. For some types of Cancer Targeted therapies are also available.

Gynecologic cancer

Gynecologic cancer is a cancer that starts in a female’s reproductive organs. Five important types of cancer affect a female's reproductive organs are listed bin the sub-tracks. Fallopian tube cancer is the 6th type of Gynecologic cancer which is rare comparing to the listed top 5 Gynecologic cancers. The signs and symptoms for each type of the gynecologic cancer is different and the risk is based on age factor. The early treatment of gynecologic cancer is considered to be more effective.

Pulmonology Cancer

Our cancer doctors establish tumours, blockages or internal haemorrhage and use advanced carcinoma treatments to cut back or eliminate symptoms. Treatment-related aspect effects: Some carcinoma treatments, like therapy, might be cause scarring within the lungs. Whereas we tend to attempt to scale back these facet effects, aggressive carcinoma treatment might cause ineluctable complications. We tend to use sure interventional pulmonology procedures to treat your symptoms and to differentiate between a facet result of treatment and therefore the progression of cancer.

  • Treatment related side effects
  • Lung cancer interventional pulmonology treatments
  • Novel therapies in pulmonary oncology
  • Lung cancer case reports
  • Central airway obstruction
  • Advanced airway diagnostics
  • Pleural effusion

Breast Cancer

The most common invasive cancer in women is Breast cancer. After lung cancer the most leading cancer to cause deaths is Breast cancer. Initially the tumour cells are formed in the glands of breast and then get developed in the tissues. There are even types in breast cancer that are listed below in sub tracks. Lumpectomy, Mastectomy, Sentinel node biopsy, Axillary lymph node dissection and contralateral prophylactic mastectomy are the different types of surgeries performed to treat the breast cancers. Other types of treatments also were used to treat the breast cancer.

Skin cancer

The out-of-control growth of cancer cells in the epidermis is known as the skin cancer.  In the outermost skin layer, skin cancer is caused by unrepaired DNA damage that triggers mutations. Thus, the skin cells are multiplied rapidly and form malignant tumours due to these mutations. At early stages, skin cancer can be treated by Mohs surgery. Untreated skin cancers may become more dangerous since it may be spread.

Blood & Bone Cancer

The most frequently occurring cancer that causes bone tumours is called multiple myeloma which is cancer of the blood. Leukaemia is another cancer that starts in the bone marrow. The food that we eat can also cause blood cancer. Blood is produced from bone marrow, thus blood cancer origin from bone marrow by the abnormal growth of cells in the blood forming cells.
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