Event Date/Time: Jun 25, 2010
End Date/Time: Jun 28, 2010
After the outstanding success of the last two conferences in Shanghai and Beijing, China, which was attended by over 600 eminent scientists and 1000 participants every time, the third congress in Singapore promises to be an even larger event emphasizes on the practical, actionable ideas for accelerating the cancer research and therapy. Plenary, concurrent, poster sessions and exhibition focusing on the full spectrum of latest research will be helpful for all delegates from academia and industry to deeply understand the novel technologies and current situation in cancer field. In next conference 2010, over 600 global specialists are anticipated to get together to present and share their cutting-edge developments and up-to-date researches in medical research, Innovation Technologies, pathogenesis, diagnostics, prevention, treatment and clinical research of all various kinds of cancer. Also we are convinced WCC-2010 will definitely offer an idea platform of promotion and collaboration for relevant companies and institutes with their technologies, products and services.
WCC-2010 consists of 10 Scientific Tracks, panel discussions, free communications, poster presentations, and Exhibition booths that will cover all the main oncological aspects and will give you the opportunity to be updated in all the sectors in cancer sciences.
Scientific Program at a Glance
Track 1: Medical Research on Major Cancers
Track 2: Basic Sciences in Cancer Research
Track 3: Innovation Technologies in Cancer Research
Track 4: Anti-Cancer Drug Discovery and Development
Track 5: Clinical Diagnostics, Therapy and Clinical Update
Track 6: Lung Cancer Symposium
Track 7: Cancer Nursing, Support Care and Public Health
Track 8: Cancer Prevention and Complimentary Therapy
Track 9: Industrial Leadersâ€™ Science Symposium in Cancer Research
Track 10: Bio Venture Capital Forum on Oncology
Lying almost on the equator, Singapore is the most developed city-state in the southeast of Asia but it is carefully stage-managed combination of Western modernity and treasured Eastern and colonial past that makes Singapore such an accessible slice of Asia. In the crowded streets of Chinatown, fortune tellers, calligraphers and temple worshippers are still a part of everyday life. In Little India, you can buy the best sari material, freshly ground spices or a picture of your favorite Hindu god. In the small shops of Arab Street, the cry of the imam can be heard from the nearby Sultan Mosque.