Call for Abstract

International Conference on Gastrointestinal Cancer and Therapeutics, will be organized around the theme Termination of GI Cancer by Novel and Innovative Technologies

GI Cancer 2018** is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in GI Cancer 2018**

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

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  • Track 1-1GI cancer Genomics
  • Track 1-2Cholangiocarcinoma
  • Track 1-3MALT lymphoma
  • Track 1-4Survival rates
  • Track 1-5Risk factors
  • Track 1-6GI Cancer Treatment & diagnosis
  • Track 1-7GI Cancer types
  • Track 1-8GI Cancer Causes
  • Track 1-9GI Cancer Signs & Symptoms
  • Track 1-10GI cancer RNA expression
  • Track 1-11GI cancer Epigenetics
  • Track 1-12GI cancer cell analysis
  • Track 1-13Gastrointestinal Carcinoid tumor
  • Track 2-1What causes colorectal cancer?
  • Track 2-2Health tools / Health test
  • Track 2-3Rectal Pain
  • Track 2-4Sigmoidoscopy
  • Track 2-5Barium Enema
  • Track 2-6Colon Cancer and Genetic Testing
  • Track 2-7Colonoscopy
  • Track 2-8Rectal cancer
  • Track 2-9Bowel cancer in pregnancy
  • Track 3-1Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors
  • Track 3-2 Pancreatic cancer stages
  • Track 3-3Pancreatic cancer treatment
  • Track 3-4Pancreatic cancer markers
  • Track 3-5Pancreatic cancer prognosis
  • Track 4-1Liver cancer Stages
  • Track 4-2Obesity causing liver cancer
  • Track 4-3Diabetes causing liver cancer
  • Track 4-4Aflatoxins
  • Track 4-5cirrhosis cause liver cancer
  • Track 4-6Hepatocellular carcinoma
  • Track 4-7hepatocellular cancer
  • Track 4-8Prevention of liver cancer
  • Track 4-9Biopsy of liver cancer
  • Track 4-10Image testing for liver cancer
  • Track 4-11Metastatic liver cancer
  • Track 5-1Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Track 5-2Oral cancer
  • Track 5-3Tongue cancer
  • Track 5-4Throat cancer
  • Track 5-5Mouth cancer
  • Track 5-6Esophageal Cancer surgery
  • Track 5-7Esophageal Cancer treatment
  • Track 5-8Deduction of esophageal cancer
  • Track 5-9Adenocarcinoma
  • Track 5-10Tongue cancer Oral cancer Head and Neck cancer
  • Track 6-1Stomach Cancer Symptoms
  • Track 6-2small cell carcinoma
  • Track 6-3squamous cell carcinoma
  • Track 6-4Carcinoid tumor
  • Track 6-5Lymphoma
  • Track 6-6Adenocarcinoma
  • Track 6-7Gastric cancer
  • Track 6-8Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors
  • Track 6-9Pain during stomach Cancer
  • Track 6-10Stomach Cancer Treatment
  • Track 6-11leiomyosarcoma
  • Track 7-1Gall Bladder Cancer diagnosis
  • Track 7-2Lymphoma
  • Track 7-3Neuroendocrine tumor
  • Track 7-4Sarcoma
  • Track 7-5Small cell cancer
  • Track 7-6Adenosquamous cancer
  • Track 7-7Squamous cell cancer
  • Track 7-8Mucinous adenocarcinoma
  • Track 7-9Papillary adenocarcinoma
  • Track 7-10Non papillary adenocarcinoma
  • Track 7-11salmonella typhi and gallbladder cancer
  • Track 7-12Porcelain gallbladder
  • Track 7-13Gall Bladder Cancer causes
  • Track 7-14Melanoma
  • Track 8-1Anal cancer stages
  • Track 8-2squamous cell carcinoma
  • Track 8-3Endo-anal or endorectal ultrasound
  • Track 8-4Proctoscopy
  • Track 8-5Anoscopy
  • Track 8-6Digital rectal examination (DRE)
  • Track 8-7HPV cause anal cancer
  • Track 8-8Anal cancer Therapies
  • Track 8-9Anal cancer prognosis
  • Track 8-10Anal cancer symptoms
  • Track 8-11Basal cell carcinoma

Pregnancy-associated gastric cancer is rare. Gastric cancer diagnosed during pregnancy can be a very dangerous situation for the mother and the fetus, and patients with gastric cancer diagnosed during pregnancy have a dismal prognosis. The diagnosis of this type of cancer is difficult because symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or abdominal discomfort are generally overlooked during pregnancy as sign of it.

 

Moreover, there is a controversy about its management and treatment since treating an aggressive maternal malignancy during an ongoing pregnancy is a two-edged sword. In several cases, it is analyzed at an advanced stage, making it very crucial to ensure a cure for the mother while continuing with the pregnancy. The management plan of gastric cancer with viable pregnancy is generally expeditiously codified accordingly with the number of pace or weeks of gestation.

 

  • Track 9-1GI Cancer in Breastfeeding Mother
  • Track 9-2Colon Cancer in Pregnancy
  • Track 9-3Gastric Carcinoma during Pregnancy
  • Track 9-4GI Cancer in Pregnancy: Diagonosis & Management
  • Track 19-1Bioinformatics in Cancer
  • Track 19-2Haematology
  • Track 19-3DNA Repair mechanism in Cancer
  • Track 19-4Cancer signaling pathway
  • Track 19-5Tumor Immunology
  • Track 19-6Tumor Microenvironment
  • Track 19-7Oncology
  • Track 19-8Cancer Apoptosis
  • Track 19-9Cancer imaging
  • Track 19-10Cancer biomarkers
  • Track 19-11Cancer pathology
  • Track 19-12Biochemistry in Cancer
  • Track 19-13Molecular biology in Cancer
  • Track 19-14Cancer biology
  • Track 20-1Blood tests
  • Track 20-2Chemotherapy
  • Track 20-3Surgery
  • Track 20-4Radiation therapy
  • Track 20-5Esophagogastroduodenoscopy
  • Track 20-6Radiographic studies
  • Track 20-7biopsy
  • Track 20-8Scanning
  • Track 20-9Imaging tests
  • Track 20-10Immunotherapy