Virtual Conference

Track: Organ Specific Cancer  

Organ Specific Cancer  


Each type of organ-specific cancer has its specific risk factors, symptoms, diagnostic methods, and treatment options. Risk factors can vary and may include genetic predisposition, lifestyle choices, exposure to certain chemicals or substances, hormonal factors, and environmental influences. Early detection plays a crucial role in improving the prognosis and outcomes of organ-specific cancers. Regular screening programs, such as mammograms for breast cancer or colonoscopies for colorectal cancer, can help detect cancer at its early stages when it is more treatable. Prompt diagnosis allows for timely intervention and a higher likelihood of successful treatment. Treatment for organ-specific cancer typically involves a multidisciplinary approach, including surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy, or a combination of these modalities. The choice of treatment depends on factors such as the stage of cancer, its specific characteristics, and the individual patient's overall health. Advancements in cancer research and personalized medicine have significantly impacted the management of organ-specific cancers. Precision medicine approaches allow for tailored treatments based on an individual's genetic profile and tumor characteristics, improving treatment effectiveness and minimizing side effects.
·        Epigenetic drivers
·        Cardiooncology
·        Liver Cancer
·        Prostate Cancer
·        Kidney Cancer
·        Lung Cancer