MomentEra welcomes you all to the 3rd International Conference on Cancer taking place in Istanbul, Turkey from November 14-16, 2023. Building on the success of previous meetings, the theme for the conference is - "Join Hands to Defeat Cancer" Representing world class scientist, researchers, professionals, academic cancer centres and clinics, private and governmental laboratories, and industries across the worlds. All oral and poster presentations will highlight novel developments in cancer biology, diagnostics and advances in cancer research and combined treatment strategies.
The conference will also offer and opportunity to exchange own experiences, renew friendships and develop scientific and clinical research projects. MomentEra is committed to offering quality experiences that continue to provide opportunities for attendee engagement that have been a hallmark of the MomentEra in-person conferences.
We are sure you will have a chance to improve own oncologic knowledge and experience and will have enjoyable time in Turkey.
All accepted abstracts will be published free of cost in our International Journals and will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by Crossref.
Istanbul is the world's most gorgeous and mysterious city. Coveted by empires across the centuries, straddling both Europe and Asia, the mysticism of the East and the modernity of the West, the constantly time travel between the past and the future, the balance of the traditional and the modern. Istanbul not only joins continents, it also joins cultures and people. Located in the Marmara region of Turkey, Istanbul is the perfect city destination with its captivating blend of sights, sounds & colours. Admire magnificent mosques, atmospheric churches, intriguing museums and Sultans' palaces or take to the waters of the Bosphorus to enjoy fresh fish overlooking the Black Sea.
The most magnificent of Istanbul's monuments are clustered on the historical peninsula, the triangular piece of land is surrounded by the Sea to the east and south, by the Golden Horn to the north and by the city walls to the west. The Historic Areas of Istanbul was inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO in 1985, enchanting visitors with an impressive texture. Sultanahmet Square is the core of the historical peninsula and the most prominent examples of Byzantine and Ottoman architecture can be seen in close proximity here.