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04/10/2017

"Progress and Controversies in Gynecological Oncology & Breast Cancer"

From the 4th to the 6th October 2017, the International Congress "Progress and controversies in Gynecological Oncology & Breast Cancer" under the auspices of CGH / IGCS / EURAMA, dedicated to problems and innovations in this field, was held in the First President's Foundation in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
 
Honorary delegates from 16 countries of the world - USA, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Russia, Belarus, Georgia, Germany, Switzerland, etc. - took part in the Congress.
 
Director of the Center for Global Health at the National Cancer Institute, CGH-NCI, Edward Trimble (USA); General Director of the International Gynecologic Cancer Society IGCS Mary Eiken (USA); Director of the Pathology Department at the IRCCS National Cancer Institute, Giancarlo Pruneri (Italy); Advisor on Eurasian Programs, CGH-NCI, Sophia Michaelson (USA); Director of the Global Oncology Initiative at the Harvard Cancer Center, Thomas Randall (USA); President of the Euro-Asian Society of Mastology – EURAMA, Jacques Bernier (Switzerland); Director of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Department at the National Cancer Institute, Andrea Spano (Italy); Professor in the Department of Ob/Gyn at Carolinas Medical Center, Wendel Naumann (USA); Associate Director of Gynecologic Oncology at Levine Cancer Institute, Jubilee Brown (USA); Associate Professor at the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology of the University of Toronto, Anna Plotkin (Canada); Head of the Gynecologic oncology laboratory of Surgery Department at N.N. Alexandrov National Cancer Center, Sergei Mavrichev (Belarus); Vice-Rector of Tbilisi State Medical University, Irakliy Kokhreidze (Georgia); Associated Professor and Cancer Director in MoH, Murat Gultekin (Turkey); PhD Radiation Oncologist, at Madrid Oncology Institute, Maia Dzhugashvili (Spain); Head of the Scientific Department of Gynecologic oncology, Igor Berlev (Russian Federation); Member of the ESGO Council of Tbilisi Cancer Center, Dina Kurdiani (Georgia); Senior Consultant at Frankfurt University Department of Gynecology and Gynecologic Oncology, Ahmed El-Balat (Germany) and other, not less reputable specialists.
 
During the Congress were presented the issues of diagnostics and treatment of breast and cervical cancer, innovative medical technologies, master classes for doctors with direct transmission of surgical operations and  were carried out the possibility of mammalogical and gynecological diagnostics. Besides Eurama specialists conducted a series of unique operations on cancer patients based on KazNIIOiR.
In addition, within the Congress there was a meeting of IGCS leaders and regional directors of national oncology institutes - from the USA, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan - where issues of further joint cooperation were discussed.
 
The Congress was held in Almaty with the support of such world's leading international organizations as the National Cancer Institute of the United States (CGH-NCI), the Eurasian Breast Cancer Society EURAMA, the International Society of Oncology (IGCS), the First President's Foundation, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan and OB "Together against Cancer".
 
In Kazakhstan, as in the rest of the world, the problem of the growth of morbidity and mortality from cancer is one of the most important tasks of public health.
 
Breast cancer is detected annually in 4 thousand Kazakhstan women. From malignant neoplasms of the mammary gland every year dies up to one and a half thousand women. Breast cancer is the most common type of pathology from all cancer patients.
Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women after breast cancer. The disease predominantly affects young women aged 30-40 and older, precisely at the age when women are particularly active in the creation of families, careers. In Kazakhstan, about 12,000 women are diagnosed with a cervical cancer diagnostic account.

See Programme here: 

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