ICS 2021 will be a 4 day interactive online event from October 14th–17th. The ICS 2021 scientific programme includes covering the latest research and practice on pelvic floor disorders, urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse and LUTS.
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Events must be related to the field of gynecologic cancers with the target audience of clinicians, researchers, or advocates (patient/survivors/family members/caregivers).
The International Society of Gynecological Pathologists is pleased to announce the 1st ISGyP Annual Conference, a new virtual one-day conference on the theme “WHO 2020 and Beyond: Refinements in Diagnosis of Selected Female Genital Tumors”, highlighting topics from the recently published 5th edition of the World Health Organization classification system of female genital tract tumors. Case-based presentations from an international faculty will be accompanied by several special sessions including a joint ISGyP-IGCS session by the society presidents Robert Coleman and Xavier Matias-Guiu and sessions on global pathology engagement and pathology education in the pandemic era. All IGCS members are welcome to attend. There is no fee. Register at isgyp.ca
Join survivors/patients, caregivers, friends, and others in this information-packed annual Summit. Summit Highlights include Gynecologic Cancer Literacy, Survivorship Primer: Quality of Life Matters, Empowered through Patient Advocacy and Cancer Site-Specific Breakout Sessions. An Optional After-Summit Chat/Networking Session will be available.
Join the Colegio Mexicano de Ginecologos Oncologos (CMOG) for their third International Congress - The National Reunion of Gynecologic Oncologists. This event will be held virtually in Spanish.
AGOICON 202ONE is dedicated to the phenomenal women who fight the battle against the emperor of all maladies and inspire us to do even better to improve their survival and quality of life. As Swami Vivekananda mentions “Women in statesmanship, managing territories, governing countries, even making war, have proved themselves equal to men — if not superior,” let us all gather to celebrate the phenomenal women and indulge ourselves in the academic feast that will strengthen them for a better life during their fight against cancer.
The 34th International Papillomavirus Conference & Basic Science, Clinical and Public Health Workshops will be held as a Virtual Conference on November 15-19, 2021. IPVC 2021 will gather researchers, clinicians and other health professionals to share knowledge and ideas on papillomaviruses and their associated diseases, from basic science to global health impact.
The featured discussants are Dr. Katherine Grette, lead author of the article, who will be joined by IJGC Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez and Social Media Editor Dr. Ane Gerda Zahl Eriksson. We strongly encourage you to join Drs. Grette, Ramirez, and Eriksson—along with your colleagues from around the world—as they assess the article’s findings, evaluate their clinical significance, and consider their potential role in gynecological oncology.
The Brazilian Society of Oncology Surgery - SBCO, whose primary vocation is the fight against cancer, invites you to the largest oncology event in the southern hemisphere. This major scientific meeting will set the stage for current and interdisciplinary discussions on coping with and preventing cancer in our reality, discussing topics in Gastrointestinal Tract Oncology, Oncogynecology, Breast, Sarcomas, Peritoneal Diseases, Palliative Care, Research, Training and Teaching in Oncology, among other relevant issues.