Tobacco use is a major risk factor for Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), causing death of over 8 million people per year around the world. Tobacco-related cancers are a common concern for all countries and LMICs are suffering more in view of scarce treatment resources. Tobacco use impoverishes families, impacts their well-being, increases inequalities, and damages both the society and the economy.
Taking this background in consideration, we are organizing "International Conference on Tobacco Control and Smoking Cessation" virtually on 20th August - 21st Aug 2021 in collaboration with Asian Pacific Organization for Cancer Prevention (APOCP) and Tobacco Division, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. .
Organizing committee request you to participate in this important discussion on tobacco cessation to learn more from Global experts. This conference will be attended by medical oncologist, hematologist, radiation oncologist, surgical oncologist, radiologist, pathologist, specialist/super specialist and all other healthcare professionals working for Tobacco Control and Smoking Cessation.
We strongly believe that your guidance and support will not only lend a powerful expression, but would also amplify the awareness to quit tobacco, screen for cancer and cure by treating the changes at early stages to save millions of lives every year globally.
There is NO REGISTRATION CHARGE for the conference.
For more details, please visit our Conference Website: www.iscoindia.org