AORTIC’s 12th International Conference on Cancer in Africa
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5 to 8 November 2019 at the Joaquim Chissano International Conference Centre in Maputo
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5 - 8 November 2019 | Cancer in Africa: Innovation, Strategies, Implementation

The AORTIC International Conference on Cancer in Africa is a unique platform to learn and collaborate. The conference brings together multidisciplinary specialists from the global cancer community to reduce the impact of cancer in Africa.

1000


Participants

55+

Countries represented

92+

Programme sessions

12+

Hours of networking

Sponsorship opportunities

Sponsoring AORTIC’s International Conference on Cancer in Africa will showcase your organisation’s work on cancer control and care and strengthen your position as a leader in the field.

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AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA Be sure to tune in to Dr Nazik Hammad, Immediate Past AORTIC North America Vice-President's video! https://t.co/eXjrwpM1zh 1 day ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA RT @theNCI: Ovarian epithelial cancer, fallopian tube cancer, and primary peritoneal cancer form in the same kind of tissue and are treated… 1 day ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA Prof Twalib Ngoma, AORTIC Past President, interviewed at AORTIC 2019 in Maputo, Mozambique. Listen now! https://t.co/H6HPcpEQdd 2 days ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA RT @DrZSB: Last week,at the 60th West African College of Surgeons conference, I spoke on the “Unmet Surgical Needs of Cancer patients in Ni… 3 days ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA RT @DrNonoSimelela: By building #radiotherapy capacity in #Kigali @RwaMilitaryHosp to treat #CervicalCancer this month, #Rwanda 🇷🇼 keeps ad… 4 days ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA RT @ecancer: Video of the day: Prof Jim Cleary (@jfclearywisc) of @IU_Health speaks at the @AORTIC_AFRICA about the opioid overdose crisis.… 4 days ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA Women can be protected from cervical cancer – so why aren't we doing it? https://t.co/pTxUriwZmw 5 days ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA RT @nazik_hammad: Here they can touch and there, we cannot go and when we can, we can only observe. Perspectives of trainees and teachers f… 6 days ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA RT @IARCWHO: Watch Professor Bernard Stewart, co-editor of World Cancer Report #IARCWCR, present a brief summary of this unique book -the m… 1 week ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA RT @iaeaorg: Radiotherapy can destroy cervical cancer cells and save lives, but many women don't have fair access to this treatment. Share… 1 week ago
AORTIC @AORTIC_AFRICA RT @DrLuyirika: HIV increases risks of developing cancer-medical expert  https://t.co/LXzwaupgvm via @nilepostnews @nbstv @UgandaCancerIns 2 weeks ago

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Registration for the conference is open. Early rates are available until 30 June 2019.Contact the Conference Organiser on register@aorticconference.org if you have any questions.

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Five reasons to attend

  • Doctors and nursesPresent your research, share your expertise, hear case studies, and gain practical information that will ensure success in cancer management in Africa.
  • Healthcare practitionersParticipate in workshops led by our expert speaking faculty.
  • Private, government, teachers, trainers, studentsBroaden your network for clinical support and collaboration.
  • Academic researchers and investigatorsKeep up to date on cancer in Africa so you can make empowered and educated decisions.
  • Industry researchers and investigatorsAccess more than twenty hours of networking with cancer professionals from +55 different countries, across all fields.

Who should attend

AORTIC conferences are designed to be of interest to a broad range of cancer professionals:

  • Doctors and nursesDoctors and nurses
  • Healthcare practitionersHealthcare practitioners
  • Private, government, teachers, trainers, studentsPrivate, government, teachers, trainers, students
  • Academic researchers and investigatorsAcademic researchers and investigators
  • Industry researchers and investigatorsIndustry researchers and investigators
  • Regulatory agenciesRegulatory agencies
  • FundersFunders
  • Policy makersPolicy makers
  • Support groupsSupport groups
  • PatientsPatients
  • Cancer and health institutions / NPOsCancer and health institutions / NPOs
  • Foundations and trustsFoundations and trusts