Emeritus Prof. ABM Fazlul Karim

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WHO WE ARE

Oncology Club, Bangladesh — “a platform for all, fighting cancer”. It is also Bangladesh chapter of the SAARC Federation of Oncologists (SFO), the only platform of Oncologists recognized by the SAARC secretariat. This organization was created under the leadership of Late Prof. ABM F Karim.

WHAT WE DO

This organization is moving forward with the aim and objectives of improving oncological care, oncological services & oncological set up in the country to ensure quality cancer treatment & care for the ailing cancer patients of the country and taking part in different types of scientific and academic activities between the SAARC countries.

INVITATION BCC-2017

It is our great pleasure to inform you that Oncology club is going to host “Bangladesh Cancer Congress 2017 ” to be held at Army Golf Club, Dhaka on 10 & 11 November’2017. It is also a great honor and privilege for us to invite each and every one of you to the above said congress.

Abstract Submission30th September, 2017

All presenters are required to register with the conference for ensuring presentation. Authors who wish to submit more than one abstract should fill out separate forms for each abstract; however a maximum of three abstracts may be allowed by the same presenting author.

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Poster Submission30th September, 2017

All presenters are required to register with the conference for ensuring presentation. Authors who wish to submit more than one poster should fill out separate forms for each poster; however a maximum of three posters may be allowed by the same presenting author.

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Training ProgramTopic: Radiation oncology

Recognizing the specific developmental challenges of radiotherapy treatment in Bangladesh, Oncology Club is collaborating with IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) & BAEC (Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission) to arrange training programs under specific projects.

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Growing Cancer BurdenDr. Purvish M. Parikh

The cancer menace is causing a major problem in South Asia. The number of patients now willing to come forward for treatment as well as the actual incidence is increasing. Combined with increased life expectancy, this means the existing infrastructure will face new challenges.

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