The hottest topics in three areas of Оncology for adults and children: cutaneous melanoma, neuroblastoma in children and psychosocial support and rehabilitation will be the focus of the Sixth National Cancer Conference MORE 2015, which will be held 15 - 17 October at Admiral Hotel, Golden Sands. Within the scientific forum, three National Consensus Guidelines for behavior in cutaneous melanoma, neuroblastoma in children and psychosocial support and rehabilitation in oncology patients will be adopted.
During the Conference MORE 2015, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Iglika Mihailova, a laureate of MORE 2014, will present the third Annual National Award for Contribution to Bulgarian Clinical Oncology. The nominees are three young Bulgarian scientists with original developments in diagnostic and therapeutic oncology. The award winner, elected through a secret electronic ballot by the members of the Scientific Committee and the Board of Experts, will receive a grant and an original honorary statuette representing the ancient Thracian God Darzalas - the patron of Odessos. The award ceremony will be held at 4.00 pm on 15th October.
The Organizing Committee of MORE 2015 includes the Rector of Medical University - Varna Prof. Dr. Krasimir Ivanov and the Chairman of the Bulgarian Cancer Society Prof. Dr. Assen Dudov. Chairman of the Organizing Committee is Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dimitar Kalev, head of Medical Oncology Clinic at St. Marina University Hospital - Varna and a national oncology consultant.
A press conference is to be held on 15 October 2015, at 12.30 pm, at the Grand Hall of Admiral Hotel, Golden Sands.
The Conference is a part of the National Programme MORE - the Bulgarian abbreviation for Multidisciplinary Oncology Discussions and Extracts. It is an initiative of Medical University - Varna, Bulgarian Cancer Society and St. Marina University Hospital – Varna, which organize annual national conferences, dealing with the issues of the most significant malignant tumors, their diagnosis and treatment in Bulgaria. The previous five conferences MORE were devoted to the issues of lung cancer, cancer of the colon and rectum, neuroendocrine tumors, prostate cancer, breast cancer and ovarian cancer and published the first national guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of these most common malignant diseases.
The Conference Programme is available at: www.more-conference.com