World Cancer Congress - 2017

World Cancer Congress - 2017

 

  • Package A

    Registration + Accomodation in 5 star property (3 night stay)

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    USD 1200
  • Research Scholar

    Research Associates/ Research Fellows/ Post Docs

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    INR 4700
  • General Category(Early Bird Registration)

    Faculty/Physicians/General Category

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    INR 5500
  • Live Presenter

    Online Presentation

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    USD 300
  • Package B

    Registration + Accomodation in 5 star property (4 night stay)

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    USD 1500
  • Students

    Undergraduate And Postgraduate

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    INR 3900
  • Industrial Participant

    Industry Experts From Production, RD, QA, QC, Business Develoment

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    INR 10200
  • Research Scholar

    Research Associates/ Research Fellows/ Post Docs

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    USD 500
  • Students

    Undergraduate And Postgraduate

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    USD 300
  • Industrial Participant

    International Registration (Industry Participant)

    Last Date: 20-09-2017

    USD 700
  • General Category(International)

    Medical Professionals/ Physicians/ Faculty

    Sale Date Ended

    USD 600
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About The Event

The World Cancer Congress is an award winning conference that is now acknowledged by the global cancer community as the leading international event in cancer implementation science. Delegates thrive on its programme's stimulating and innovative features which enable them to exchange best practices in cancer control in a collaborative and inspiring environment. This global conference represents a unique opportunity for the global cancer and wider health community to network, learn, develop meaningful collaborations and drive change together.
 
The World Cancer Congress is run by Raytheon Healthcare in different country. With the inclusion of cancer and other non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in the post-2015 development agenda, the 2017 World Cancer Congress theme, ’Mobilising action - Inspiring change’, will provide an even more opportune platform for Congress delegates to build on this momentum and continue to expand their scope of influence and action for the successful implementation of these global commitments in their own settings.