Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC), Delhi in association with The British Association of Gynaecological Pathologists organized a CME on Gynae Oncopathology 2022 on Saturday, 09th July 2022 at Indraprastha Hall, RGCIRC, Rohini, Delhi. The theme of this CME was “Diagnosing and Treating Gynaecological Cancers – The Way Forward”.
As a CME (Continuing Medical Education) on Gynae Oncopathology, the meet brought together nearly 200 diagnosticians &oncologists from all parts of the country. The faculty included from RGCIRC and Tata Memorial Hospital Mumbai, the faculty had four experts from United Kingdom belonging to renowned institutions and part of British Association of Gynaecological Pathologists.
The sessions were divided into endometrial, cervical & ovarian malignancies with emphasis on diagnostics algorithms, molecular profiling, surgical interventions & various treatment modalities.
The CME on gynaecological cancers was planned as a crucial update for practicing pathologists and oncologists with keen interest in gynae-oncology. This also proved to be of much benefit for the young practising pathologists, medical oncologists and surgeons who are planning to choose gynae-oncology in their future. The response was overwhelming with representation of institutes in poster competition, case presentation & quiz.
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