• 23 Feb
    Prof. R. D. Choksi Auditorium, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai


    The Tata Memorial Centre cordially invites you to the 16 conference on “Evidence Based Management of Cancers in India- EBM 2018” to rd th be held from 23 - 25 February 2018. This three day meeting will th merge with the “Hospital Day Celebration” which will be held on 24 February 2018. The Tata Memorial Centre has pioneered the cause of EBM in oncology in India and has been conducting the annual meeting on EBM in common cancers for the past fifteen years.

    Each year we have focused on different aspects of cancer care; collated and published the best available evidence in the form of “EBM book” which is easily accessible on our official website. This meeting helps busy clinicians from all over the country and abroad to get updated on the best available evidence in oncology in a span of 2-3 days. This year we will be focusing on Head and Neck Cancers, Immunotherapy and Paediatric Solid Tumours.

    Renowned international and national faculty members will cover the above topics in a very focused and succinct manner. The target audience for the meeting is surgical, radiation and medical oncologists, anesthesiologists, radiologists, pathologists, physicians, basic scientists, researchers and residents in-training in any of the specialties.

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  • 12 Jan
    R. D Choksi Auditorium, Golden Jubilee Building 2nd floor, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai

    On behalf of Tata memorial Centre, Mumbai, Cuddles Foundation and CanKids- KidsCan, it is indeed a pleasure and great honor for us to invite you for the ‘Tenth International SIOP-PODC workshop on Nutrition in Children with Cancer’ to be held in Mumbai on January 12th and 13th, 2018. The meeting is being held under the aegis of International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP), UNICEF, ImPaCCT foundation and Pediatric Hematology Oncology (PHO) chapter of Indian Academy of Pediatrics. As we strive to achieve the best care for children and adolescents suffering from cancer and blood diseases in India, we realize how important it is for us to focus on nutrition and share our experiences. This fourth meeting in India aims to bring together all professionals (Pediatric Oncologists, Hematologists, Nutritionists, Nurses and NGOs) involved in treatment of children with cancer in India together, to share their best practices in nutrition and learn from the experts. Several International and Indian experts in pediatric oncology nutrition will be part of the workshop – the program this year has been designed to be interactive.

    On behalf of the organizing committee, we extend a very warm invitation to you and looking forward to welcoming you to the academic feast in Mumbai. We hope that the workshop will provide stimulating discussions, networking and co-operation.

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