Global summit on Neuro-Oncology and Leukemia

Event Serial69277
Event TypeConferences
Event Date from2020-11-13 to 2020-11-14
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Location Singapore, Singapore

Global summit on Neuro-Oncology and Leukemia

“Empowering the Modern Research Incline to Conquer Cancer ”

Longdom Conferences Provide the platform to speakers and offer delegates the opportunity to share their ideas and network. We are pleased to welcome you to attend and associate with us at Oncology Research 2020 conference on November 13-14, 2020 in Singapore.

Oncology Research 2020 mainly focuses on the theme “Empowering the Modern Research Incline to Conquer Cancer” guided by a line-up of expert speakers.

Oncology Research 2020 is a branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Oncology is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the body. Medical Oncologists are specialists in the treatment of Blood cancer.

Blood cancer oncologists are challenged to personalize care with rapidly changing scientific evidence, drug approvals, and treatment guidelines. Blood cancer is cancer that develops from Blood tissue.

Signs of blood cancer may include a Coughing or Chest pain, Fever or chills, Frequent infections, Itchy skin or rash, Loss of appetite or nausea, Night sweats, Persistent weakness and fatigue, Shortness of breath, Swollen, painless lymph nodes in the neck, armpits, or groin.

Amiable welcome from Longdom to participants, from all around the world to attend the “Global Summit on Neuro-Oncology and Leukemia” during November 13-14, 2020, Singapore. Cancer Conferences intend to investigate the crown examines in the tremendous field of Oncology, cancer treatment and diagnosis, Cancer Genomics, Cancer Immunotherapy, and Cancer Drug Resistance.

Benefits:

Good oncology conference coverage is important because it allows you to report back in an extremely thorough manner with an additional layer of critical understanding, which is provided in the expert analysis that comes with the report.

Every year, oncologists and other Healthcare Providers (HCPs) gather at major conferences and society meetings to hear updates on key, potentially practice-changing clinical trials.

These meetings …

These meetings provide an opportunity to review the latest updates in current treatment and interact with peers and opinion leaders. Because of this, attendance at major society meetings can be an essential component of career development for HCPs, helping them remain at the top of their field.

Unfortunately, the ability of many HCPs to attend major conferences is extremely limited. Meetings are expensive to attend, with high costs for registration, hotel, and travel. Beyond the monetary cost, they take valuable time out of the schedule of busy HCPs, who already struggle to find a balance between work and personal life as they are asked to juggle an increasingly heavy patient load.

Conference …

Conference coverage provides many benefits for HCPs, regardless of their ability to attend a meeting. One of the key benefits is that conference coverage is highly curated and helps the HCP “separate the wheat from the chaff,” by identifying the most important presentations that are most likely to impact practice.

Second, IME conference coverage is able to provide detailed, in-depth analysis of the data, including key background and context information that may enhance the relevance of new research.

Third, and perhaps most important, IME conference coverage often includes the input of key experts within the field. These experts are able to review and discuss the data presented at the meeting and provide their perspectives on if and how the new research will impact clinical practice.

In this way, conference coverage helps transition the data presented at major society meetings into the clinic by providing curated, focused, independent review and interpretation of key updates within a field.

The role …

The role of conference coverage in disseminating new data will continue to grow over time, as more HCPs become comfortable with digital platforms and the number of major medical conferences in a single year increases. Because of this, conference coverage is a vital component of a complete medical education strategy.

For an HCP who wishes to remain on the cutting edge of medical research but cannot travel, conference coverage represents a happy alternative. It provides the rapid, up-to-the-minute coverage they desire while filtering out inaccuracies and replacing bias with expert opinion.

Mission:

To provide the best platform where various ideas can be shared and information can be discussed.
To conduct conferences annually in each and every field of Oncology and leukemia to target maximum audiences throughout the world.
To conduct outstanding events with our hard work.
To create some value in the whole world.

Vision:

To work as a team with effective dedication and prove ourselves as the best company for an outstanding conference Organizers.

neurooncologyresearch2020@gmail.com

https://www.longdom.com/neurooncology

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