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  • ** MicroRNA in colon cancer; molecular background and clinical application Dr.Abeer Bahnassy; professor of molecular pathology and Dr.Salem Eid
    ** Metastatic Colorectal Cancer: Revising the response criteria & How to optimize cure? , Dr. Nasr M.A. Allahloubi; Professor of Medical Oncology

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Events »


Disscution of Thesis: "Primary Rectus Abdominus Myocutaneous Flap For Repair of Perineal Defect after Abdominoperineal Resection after Neoadjuvant Chemoradiotherapy" More Details ...
13th Egyptian Congress of Surgical Oncology will be held during 31 October-1 November 2013, Sheraton El-Montaza Hotel-Alexandria by the Egyptian Society of Surgical Oncology(EGSSO) under title of "Breast Cancer: Update"
Medical Oncology Department invite you to a series of weekly lectures in "Post Graduate Hematology" By Dr. Hossam Mohamed Kamel Every Saturday at 2:00 PM starting from 2/11/2013...More Details
Eurogen 2013 Congress,Glaxosmithkline Satellite Symposium "Towards Comprehensive Cervical Cancer Prevention" ,Monday at 11:30 AM 4/11/2013...Details
سوف تعقد دورة فى الممارسة البحثية السريرية الجيدة
"Good Clinical Practice" "GCP" الأربعاء 6/11/2013 الساعة 9.30 صباحا بقاعة المحاضرات الكبرى "التسجيل بمركز الأبحاث الاكلينكية بالدور السادس"
Best of ASCO Event in Egypt 12-13 December, 2013 Grand Nile Tower - Cairo Download Brochure »
تم عقد مؤتمر بعنوان " غذاء صحى آمن لمجتمع خالى من مسببات السرطان" وذلك يوم 24-25/9/2013 بقاعة المحاضرات الكبرى بالمعهد
تم عقد برنامج المقتنيات الغذائية الصحيحة يومى 1-2 اكتوبر 2013 للمحاضر د.اسامة فكرى
Continuous Improvement and Qualifying for Accreditation Project 2012-2014 Download Brochure »
 

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Post Graduate »

The National Cancer institute, Cairo University provided post graduate education programs in all Oncology branches eg, Surgical oncology, Medical oncology, Pediatric oncology?which include:
? Master Degree (MSc)
? Doctorate Degree (M.D.)
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Discussions of Thesis »

A thesis is the final project of a post-graduate student.Thesis discussions will require that the student has in-depth knowledge of the subject about which the student has written the thesis.


Early Detection »

Early Detection Unit.

Early detection of cancer greatly increases the chances for successful treatment. There are two major components of early detection of cancer: education to promote early diagnosis and screening. ......... URL

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Library and Playing Area »

kids library and have Fun.

This is an area in which the children can have fun, read books with the help of volunteers and play games and watch movies during the period of their stay at the Pediatric Oncology Department (POD).


Tagmo' Hospital »

100 Bed Hospital.

soft opening for (Tagm' Hospital) had been started one year ago with endoscopys , pain mangment intervension and the Main OR. will start soon.

Surgery »

This department performs over 7,000 operations annually most of them are major operations. Over the last 30 years The surgical team acquired an excellent experience in this field whether in the hospital or training abroad .


General Information

  • Question: Does smoking cause cancer?

    Answer:Tobacco smoke contains over 60 chemicals known to cause cancer. Certain chemicals in tobacco smoke....

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    Question: Does smoking cause cancer?

    Answer:

    Tobacco smoke contains over 60 chemicals known to cause cancer. Certain chemicals in tobacco smoke damage an important gene called p53. The p53 gene is found in the nucleus of every cell in the human body, and its main role is to prevent cancer cells evolving. Cigarette smoke is the main cause of p53 mutations in lung cancer.

    Lung cancer is the most common form of cancer caused by smoking. More than 80% of cases of lung cancer are due to smoking.

    Smoking also causes cancer of the tongue, mouth, throat, nose, nasal sinus, voice box, oesophagus pancreas, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder, ureter, bowel, cervix, ovary, and bone marrow (myeloid leukemia).

    After you quit, your risk of cancer will be lower than the risk for those who continue to smoke. For some types of cancer, your risk returns to that of someone who has never smoked, after several years.

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  • Question: I'm worried I might have breast cancer. What are the signs?

    Answer: Often there are no outward signs of breast cancer that you can see or feel.

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    Question: I'm worried I might have breast cancer. What are the signs?

    Answer: Often there are no outward signs of breast cancer that you can see or feel. If there are outward signs, the more common ones include a lump, an area of thickening, or a dimple in the breast.

    Less common signs include breast swelling and redness or an enlarged underarm lymph node.

    But even if you have one or more of these signs, it still doesn't mean you have breast cancer. Remember that most breast lumps turn out to be benign (not cancerous).

    Still, it's extremely important that you SEE YOUR DOCTOR RIGHT AWAY if you're worried that you might have breast cancer. Having your doctor take a look will ease your worry, and if anything is found, you'll be able to take care of it quickly.

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  • Question:Is Cancer Hereditary?

    Answer:Certain cancers are seen to occur in families. This does not mean that the disease has been transmitted from parent to children ....

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    Question:Is Cancer Hereditary?

    Answer: Certain cancers are seen to occur in families. This does not mean that the disease has been transmitted from parent to children through genetic material

    The same life style usually run in families and this could as well be the reason.Scientists believe that if there is a hereditary component, its effect is indeed very little.

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