2019 CGA Annual Meeting

The 23rd CGA Annual Meeting will assemble health care professionals and researchers who care for or whose research includes individuals and families at an increased risk of gastrointestinal and other associated hereditary cancers. The conference is designed to reduce the barriers that learners face, which include lack of time to stay current on rapid advances in genetic technology and its implementation into clinical practice challenges diagnosing and managing patients with ambiguous clinical presentations and uncertain genetic test results; limited knowledge and resources about hereditary gastrointestinal cancer syndromes in the general population and ethnic minorities and limitations imposed by patients and providers to identify hereditary cancer syndromes.

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3rd International Conference on Nutrition And Healthcare

November 16-17, 2023 | UAE

Its indeed a joy for us to join hands with all the eminent scholars and budding researchers in the field of Nutrition and Healthcare to make this event a remarkable one. The main motto of our Nutrition conference is to give a fruitful experience to all its participants across the globe.

3rd International Webinar On Global Healthcare And Nutrition

November 20-21, 2023 | UK

Global Healthcare 2023 is a technical Conference encompassing keynote addresses, general oral presentation sessions, panel discussions, and Networking sessions from specialists in health-related fields, including Adolescent Health, Allied health sciences, Clinical aspects related to health, Community Health.

Digital Health Envision Summit

December 12, 2023 | USA

Welcome to the Digital Health conference, where the future of healthcare comes to life! Join us as we bring together dealmakers, innovators, investors, and decision-makers from the Digital Health and Pharma & Biotech sector to explore the transformative potential of digital health therapies and technologies.

2024 Healthcare Project Delivery Conference

January 30-31, 2024 | USA

As healthcare providers face challenges in finding ways to upgrade existing facilities and deliver major expansions, many are evaluating new approaches to project delivery to facilitate growth.