Thursday, 15 November 2018

We welcome all to join us at #CancerScience2019!! Meet and greet the experts in the field of #oncology.. Our #speaker #slots are #open!! Do #register soon to join us at our big event. For more, Please see:

Contact details: Vijaya L | Program Manager |

Saturday, 10 November 2018

Cancer science 2019 offers the best platform for the experts and researchers slating all the details about the clinical  aspects on Oncology from the basic cause to the latest trends in diagnostics and treatment of Cancers. This international event is an effort to find a cure against cancer which gives a better insight about the associated causes and disease portfolio.
Conference Highlights
  • Cancer Biology
  • Cancer Diagnosis
  • Organ Specific Cancer
  • Cancer Management
  • Cancer Biomarkers
  • Oncology Nursing
  • Paraneoplastic Syndromes
  • Pathophysiology of Cancer
  • Cancer during Pregnancy
  • Alternative medicine in cancer
  • Paediatric Oncology
  • Cancer Pharma
  • Immuno- oncology
  • Oncology: Case Reports
  • Clinical Oncology
  • Cancer Prevention
  • Cancer Research
  • Veterinary Oncology
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Sunday, 4 November 2018

Cancer Science 2019

Pulsus brings in a new spin on conferences by presenting the latest scientific improvements in the field of cancer and is proud in presenting the World Congress on Cancer Science and Therapy” (Cancer Science 2019) slated on January 28-29, 2019 at Bangkok, Thailand.
Pulsus cordially welcomes the researchers, academicians, students and business professionals in the field of cancer from different parts of the world to participate in the upcoming Cancer Science 2019 conference. The meeting for this year will revolve around the theme “Unveiling the conundra in Cancer” thus relaying the most cutting-edge findings in the field of Cancer Research
Cancer science 2019 consists of many interactive sessions on Cancer and various diagnostic and therapeutic advancements in the field which focuses on the current innovations in the field and paves way for more research in the field. Cancer Science 2019 welcomes oncologists, immunologists, pathologists, biomedical engineers, genetic engineers, geneticists, biologists, biochemists, radiation oncologists, oncology nurses, paediatricians, biotechnologists, students, research scholars and industrial professionals from health sectors to share their research experiences in this rapidly expanding field. 
Why to attend?
Cancer Science 2019 will provide a platform for the participants to exchange ideas and establish research collaborations. It will also be an amazing opportunity for the attendees to explore the city, at the same time, helps to gain more knowledge in the field.
Target Audience
  1. Oncologists
  2. Immunologists
  3. Pathologists
  4. Biomedical engineers
  5. Genetic engineers
  6. Geneticists
  7. Biologists
  8. Biochemists
  9. Radiation oncologists
  10. Oncology nurses
  11. Paediatricians
  12. Research scholars
  13. Industrialists
  14. Biotechnologists
  15. Students

Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Cancer Science 2019 welcomes oncologists, immunologists, pathologists, biomedical engineers, genetic engineers, geneticists, biologists, biochemists, radiation oncologists, oncology nurses, paediatricians, biotechnologists, students, research scholars and industrial professionals from health sectors to share their research experiences in this rapidly expanding field. For more details:

Monday, 29 October 2018


#Pulsus welcomes all the #healthcare #professionals to join us at #CancerScience2019 which is about to be held during #January 28-29, 2019 at #Bangkok, #Thailand. For more details, please visit:

Saturday, 27 October 2018

Cancer Science 2019

#Pulsus welcomes all the #healthcare #professionals to join us at #CancerScience2019 which is about to be held during #January 28-29, 2019 at #Bangkok, #Thailand. For more details, please visit:

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Monday, 1 October 2018

Processed Meat Has Been Listed as a Category 1 Carcinogen, Just like Cigarettes and Alcohol

The World Health Organization revealed something shocking about processed meat

Research by the World Health Organization revealed that processed meats are a major cause of cancer. Foods like sausages, bacon, and hot dogs were discovered to the be the most harmful when it comes to increasing your risk of colon cancer.

Processed meats are now in the Group 1 category for carcinogens

Group 1 for things that cause cancer include things like alcohol and cigarettes. Health experts say that, while processed meats aren’t necessarily as dangerous as smoking or drinking alcohol, you should still pay attention to how much you eat to take care of your health.
There are five groups that rank how carcinogenic things can be to humans:
Some of the cancer-causing substances and their rankings in the groups:

Red meat is considered to be potentially carcinogenic

The World Cancer Research Fund have been supporters of the fact that red meat can increase your chances of cancer. They recommend that people shouldn’t consume any more than 500g of red meat each week.

You can still enjoy your food will also being cautious about what you put into your body

If you are unsure about a certain food, be sure to carry out some research to find out more. The more you know about the things you’re putting into your body, the more knowledgeable you will be at what foods to stick to and what foods to avoid. However, that doesn’t mean that you need to be scared about what you eat.
There seems to be an increasing amount of studies released which tend to strike fear in people. While it’s important to know about the possibilities of which foods are carcinogenic and which ones are healthier, don’t let it leave you feeling trapped. There are tons of food you can eat and not have to worry about any health problems, you just need to know what they are.

5 ways saffron destroys cancer cells

Saffron, an ancient cooking spice and staple of the Mediterranean diet, has also played an important role in traditional and herbal healing systems, including Ayurveda and Chinese Traditional Medicine.  On top of that, exciting research highlights saffron’s ability to attack cancer cells on multiple fronts – at every stage of the disease.
In fact, scientists are crediting saffron with the potential to not only prevent, but even reverse, a variety of aggressive cancers. Keep reading to discover the five distinct ways saffron fights cancer.
The carotenoids in saffron stop the growth of cancer
With the growing realization that conventional cancer-fighting drugs not only feature devastating side effects but may themselves cause secondary cancers, many researchers are focusing on finding natural chemopreventive substances – in order to stop cancer from taking hold in the first place.
Saffron, made from the flowers of the Crocus sativa plant, contains three carotenoids – or antioxidant plant pigments – that have the potential to launch a preemptive strike against cancer.
Animal and cell studies have shown that crocetin, crocin and safranal in saffron inhibit the triggers – such as environmental toxins, oxidative damage from free radicals, radiation, inflammation and viruses – that start the carcinogenic process. By actively protecting cell DNA from damage and mutation, saffron helps to defuse the risk posed by these initiators of cancer, stopping the growth of cancer before it even begins.
In animal studies, researchers found that oral administration of a saffron extract – given prior to the administration of a powerful laboratory-produced carcinogenic substance – completely prevented the formation of tumors – a striking result.
Saffron extracts cause aggressive cancer cells to kill themselves
The term apoptosis refers to the programmed cell death that ordinarily controls and regulates cell growth. Cancer cells lose their vulnerability to apoptosis, giving them their devastating ability to grow unchecked.
Crocetin, crocin and safranal can all reverse this process by producing apoptosis, or cell suicide, in cancer cells – even in the case of aggressive cancers of the liver, lungs and stomach.
An animal study published in Hepatology showed that a two-week pretreatment course of saffron caused apoptosis, blocked inflammation and reduced the incidence and size of cancerous nodules of the liver, which had been developed as a result of the cancer-producing chemical diethylnitrosamine – a toxin found in such everyday substances as tobacco smoke, gasoline and even processed foods.
In a world abounding with carcinogens, it’s easy to see why researchers believe saffron can be a powerful and protective ally.But saffron has additional cancer-fighting benefits to offer.
Saffron decreases production of destructive enzymes
In addition to blocking cancer triggers and creating apoptosis, saffron inhibits the production of matrix metalloproteinase, or MMP, one of the substances that cancer cells use to destroy the protein matrix between cells in healthy tissue, an important factor in the spread of cancer throughout the body.
According to researchers, crocetin from saffron was found to decrease breast cancer cells’ ability to produce MMP – reducing their invasiveness and successfully preventing them from penetrating and invading nearby healthy tissues.  In fact, the team noted that crocetin “greatly attenuated” production of MMP, while also reducing levels of gelatinase – another enzyme that plays a central role in cancer invasiveness and tumor progression.
Saffron starves tumors of oxygen and nutrients
Crocetin, crocin and safranal can suppress angiogenesis – the process by which tumors add new blood vessels. Researchers believe that they achieve this by reducing levels of a vital signaling molecule that tumors produce in order to form new blood supplies.
In this way, saffron helps to deprives tumor masses of blood, oxygen and nutrients.
Crocetin has produced dramatic regression of pancreatic tumors – even after the tumors were already detectable – thereby giving rise to hope that saffron can reverse cancer growth.
Saffron suppresses inflammatory response
Scientists have long known that inflammation plays a key role in the development of cancer. Saffron’s powerful anti-inflammatory effects give it yet another weapon in its cancer-fighting arsenal.
In fact, researchers identified saffron’s inflammation-blocking properties as a key factor in the encouraging results of many cell and animal studies.
Finally, in a study published in Experimental Oncology, saffron caused a stunning reduction of proliferation in colon cancer cells – slashing the rate to 2.8 percent of the rate of untreated cells. And, it accomplished this without harming healthy cells.
Bonus: Saffron reduces the risk of harm from toxic chemotherapy drugs
One of the drawbacks of chemotherapy is that it can cause chemical changes in DNA that actually activate cancer genes and induce cancer-causing mutations. Not only do saffron’s carotenoids present no threat to healthy cells, they offer potent protection against this type of damage.
In an animal study published in Human and Experimental Toxicology, mice were given saffron for five days before being given cisplatin, cyclophosphamide and mitomycin-C – all common anti-tumor drugs. Researchers found that saffron significantly inhibited DNA damage; specifically, it prevented breakage in fragile DNA strands.
Natural, safe and non-toxic, saffron not only fights cancer on multiple fronts and at multiple stages, but carries none of the risk of toxic conventional cancer treatments. It is easy to see why researchers are intrigued by saffron as a promising treatment for a deadly disease.

Saturday, 29 September 2018

Commemorating the Childhood & Blood Cancer Awareness

"World Congress on cancer science and therapy"  November 14-15, 2018 @ San Antonio, USA  is glad to offer 25% discounts on the Early bird registration prices till September 30, 2018.

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