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Prof. Kattesh V. Katti

“Radioactive Gold-198 Nanoparticles In Nanomedicine: Green Nanotechnologies in Digital and Molecular Agents for Innovative Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy Approaches in Oncology“ By Prof. Kattesh V. Katti Cancer alone continues to kill more people than AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined.  According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer, there were 12.7 …

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Prof. Ryan Zurakowski

“Cancer Dynamics: Opportunities for Control Theory in Treatment Design“ By Prof. Zurakowski This talk covers applications both old and new where the dynamics of interactions between the cancer necessitate time-varying treatment applications to obtain maximum effect.  Biography:  Prof. Zurakowski’s research is in the area of nonlinear control theory and applications, especially …

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Prof. Jaipaul Singh

“Effect of Momordica charantia (bitter melon) extract, kuguacin-J, alpha, beta momorcharin and commercial anti-cancer drugs on several different cancer cell lines in vitro” By Prof. Jaipaul Singh  The incidence of cancer is increasing globally in spite of the development of new anti- cancer therapies. One approach in preventing and treating cancer …

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Dr. Fadi Abbas

“Genomics in Oncology“ By Dr. Fadi Abbas Genomics in cancer management, became the new standard of care in the  oncology wards of the advanced centers in the Western Hemisphere. Dealing on daily basis with next generation sequencing reports became a reality. This shift of paradigm in tackling the pathology and biology …

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Dr. Abbas A. Chamsuddin

“The Role of Interventional Oncology in Cancer Therapy: Ablative & Embolic Therapies“ By Dr. Abbas A. Chamsuddin Interventional Oncology (IO), the youngest and most rapidly growing offshoot of interventional radiology, has successfully established itself as an essential and independent pillar within the firmament of multidisciplinary oncologic care, alongside Medical, Surgical, …

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Prof. Mohammed Al-Uzri

“The Role of Psychiatry in Cancer Care“ By Prof. Mohammed Al-Uzri  Cancer is associated with significant and wide ranging mental health problems. Timely and appropriate mental health assessment for cancer patients is integral part of care provided to those patients. Mental health support and treatment have proven to enhance outcome for …

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Dr. Waleed Al-Khyatt

“The Significance of Oestrogen Receptors in Oesophageal Cancer Development“ By Dr. Waleed Al-Khyatt Oestrogen receptors (ER) have a well-established role to the initiation, progression and regulation of responses to treatment of breast, prostate, and lung cancers.  Previous data indicates altered ER expression in oesophageal cancers (OC). However the role of ER …

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Prof. Dr. Nada A. S. Al Alwan

“Demographic and Clinical Profiles of Female Patients Diagnosed with Breast Cancer in Iraq“ By Prof.  Dr.  Nada A. S. Al Alwan     Breast cancer remains the most common encountered malignancy among the Iraqi population since three decades. Apart from genetic predisposition, demographic and clinical factors have an impact on developing the …

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Dr. Hayder Hamza

“Cancer in Iraq: Ambitions & Challenges“ By Dr. Hayder Hamza Biography:  Dr. Hayder Hamza, PhD, Secretary General of the Cancer Council, Ministry of Health – Iraq

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Dr. Kamla Al-Salmani

“The Novel mechanical effect of frankincense analogise acetyl-11-keto-β-boswellic-acid (AKBA) in the Hallmarks of cancer cells“ By Dr. Kamla AL-Salmani Frankincense have been historically important in many of Asian countries medicine for the treatment of  diverse range of conditions, many of which, with modern understanding it start merging to cancer treatment. …

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