1st Indian Cancer Congress - 2013

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Dear Friends,1st Indian Cancer Congress -2013 ConferenceA specialist is one who dedicates self to one area of work; someone who continuously strives to be amongst the best in that chosen area. However, it is impossible to excel, unless one is aware of the developments in other related specialties. It needs a lot of confidence and selflessness to be able to change ones own beliefs, based on the new evidence. In almost every cancer treatment, specialists from different areas have to agree to a common strategy

1st Indian Cancer Congress -2013 Conference




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Last Date for Registration at base tariff  -
30 June 2013

Last Date for Registration at 1st Revision -
30 September 2013

Last Date for Registration at 2nd Revision -

15 November 2013

Last Date for Pre-conference workshop Registration -

30 September 2013

Last Date for Abstract Submission -

31 July 2013

Last Date for Accommodation Booking -

10 November 2013

Last Date for Banquet Dinner Booking -

15 October 2013

Last Date for Registration Cancellation -

15 October 2013

Last Date for Participation in Oncotech -

15 September 2013

Last Date for Booking and Submitting the print material for Souvenir-

15 September 2013


Dear Friends,

A specialist is one who dedicates self to one area of work; someone who continuously strives to be amongst the best in that chosen area. However, it is impossible to excel, unless one is aware of the developments in other related specialties. It needs a lot of confidence and selflessness to be able to change ones own beliefs, based on the new evidence. In almost every cancer treatment, specialists from different areas have to agree to a common strategy and work towards it. In no other field of medicine, is such close coordination practised on a daily basis. A ‘Multi disciplinary Team’ meet is of utmost importance for the optimum care of each patient.

The associations of radiation oncologists (AROI), medical oncologists (ISMPO), surgical oncologists (IASO) and the members from pathology, radiology, epidemiology, basic sciences, clinicians etc (ISO) have come together to create the first Indian Cancer Congress (ICC2013). We all believe that this big stage will lead to cross pollination of ideas and fuel further growth in research and in oncology practice, and help attract the attention of one and all.

These four associations have developed a ‘Memorandum of Understanding’ to guide the organizing committee for the conduct of the conference, which is available on the website. We have agreed that the annual events of AROI, IASO and ISMPO and the biennial meeting of ISO will also be held during the ICC 2013, through a common scientific program. We are also committed not to hold any major association program, six months before and after this event. The idea is to put all our energy into this event and bring everyone engaged in fighting cancer together. There is a consensus on registration fee and on every other aspect to take our common agenda forward.

Other than these four host organizations, there are requests from other associations to join hands as affiliates. The guidelines for this too has been displayed on the website. The ICC2013 belongs to every oncologist in the country – there are no boundaries. The true success of the conference will be measured by the scientific content of the meeting, the presentations made and questions raised by our scientific community. We want our members to actively participate and promote ICC2013.

Looking forward to your active participation. Please register at : www.indiancancercongress2013.org

Who Should Attend ?

Clinical Disciplines

Medical Oncologists
Surgical Oncologists
Radiation Oncologists
Radiation Physicists
Gynae Oncologists & Gynecologists
Head and Neck Oncologists
ENT Specialists
Uro Oncologists & Urologists
Hemato Oncologists
Pediatric Oncologists
Gastro Intestinal Physicians and Surgeons
Thoracic Oncologists
Neuro Surgeons and Physicians
Primary Care Physicians
General Physicians and Surgeons
Pain Physician
Palliative Care Physician

Diagnostic Disciplines

Onco Pathologists
Cyto and Histo Pathologists
Nuclear Medicine Specialists

Nursing Disciples

Oncology Nurses
Nursing Counselors
Nurse Administrators
Chemotherapy Nurses

Research Disciples

Oncology Researchers
Research Nurses
Scientists in Basic Sciences
Molecular Biologists
Drug Development

Useful Contacts

Scientific Program & Abstract Query:
Ms. Reena Arora
Phone : +91 9999886059
E: scientificprogram@icc2013.in

Sponsorship & Exhibition Query:
Ms. Chetali Malik
Mob : +91 9717744592
E:  sponsorship@icc2013.in

Registration Query:
Mr. Karan Ahuja
Phone : +91 9999886058
E: registrations@icc2013.in

Accommodation/ Travel/ Transportation Query:
Ms. Neha Aggarwal
Mob: 9810882400
E: accommodation@icc2013.in

Secretariat Query:
Ms. Sonali Khurana
Mob : +91 9910777306
E: secretariat@icc2013.in




All attendees, including speakers, chairs and invited guests must register online or offline.
We have a registration category for those who are interested in attending for one or two day.
Register early and save money!
All luncheons and tea break during the conference are included in the registration fee.
Banquet Dinner cost has to be paid separately.
Nametags will be provided upon arrival and must be worn throughout the duration of the conference.


CategoryTill 15th April 201316th April -
30th June 2013
1st July -
30th Sept 2013
1st Oct -
15th Nov 2013
On Spot
MembersINR 4500INR 6000INR 7500INR 9000INR 10000
Non-Member/ SAARC Countries/ CorporatesINR 6000INR 8000INR 10000INR 12000INR 13500
Foreign Delegates/ Student$ 250$ 250$ 325$ 410$ 525
Nurses/ SpouseINR 2000INR 3000INR 3500INR 4500INR 5000
PG StudentINR 2000INR 2000INR 2000INR 3000INR 4000
PG Student with Pre-Conference WorkshopINR 3000INR 3000INR 3000INR 4000INR 5000
Single Day (Member)INR 1200INR 1500INR 1900INR 2300INR 2700
Single Day (Non-Member)
INR 1500INR 2000INR 2500INR 3000INR 3500
Two Day (Member)INR 2400INR 3000INR 3800INR 4600INR 5400
Two Day (Non-Member)INR 3000INR 4000INR 5000INR 6000INR 7000
Nurses Track (Two Days)INR 950INR 1200INR 1500INR 1800INR 2200
Banquet DinnerINR 1500 / $ 50INR 1500 / $ 50INR 1500 / $ 50INR 1500 / $ 50INR 1500 / $ 50
Pre-Conference WorkshopINR 1500 / $ 50INR 1500 / $ 50INR 1500 / $ 50INR 1500 / $ 50INR 1500 / $ 50
OncotechINR 1500INR 1500INR 1500INR 1500INR 1500



Cancellations received on or before 15th August, 2013No cancellation charges
Cancellations received on before 15th September, 201325% of the Registration fee will be charged as retention
Cancellations received on or before 15th October, 201350% of the Registration fee will be charged as retention
Cancellations received after 15th October, 2013Full retention

Note: The refund fees would be sent 1 month after the conference




Dr. A. S. RamkrishnaHyderabad
Dr. Amit JainValentis Cancer Hospital Mussoorie, Meerut
Dr. Asha AnandGujarat Cancer and Research Institute (GCIR), Gujarat
Dr. Atul SamaiyaBhopal
Dr. B. SatheesanKerela
Dr. C. S. PrameshTata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
Dr. (Col) Deepak Ku MishraTata Medical Center, Kolkata
Dr. E. Hemant RajCancer Institute (WIA), Chennai
Dr. Ghanashyam BiswasBhubaneswar
Dr. Girdhar Singh BhatiJaipur
Dr. Gurpreet SinghPunjab
Dr. K. PavithranAmrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi
Dr. Kiran KothariGujarat Cancer and Research Institute (GCIR), Gujarat
Dr. Kumar PrabhashMumbai
Dr. Manish GuptaHimachal
Dr. M. Vijaya KumarKidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Bangalore
Dr. Naveen SharmaBhopal
Dr. Nitin KhuntetaRajasthan
Dr. Padmaj KulkarniPune
Dr. R. K. VyasGujarat Cancer and Research Institute (GCIR), Gujarat
Dr. Rajendra TopraniHCG Medisurge Cancer Hospital, Ahmedabad
Dr. Rajesh JalaliTata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
Dr. Rajiv SharanUttar Pradesh
Dr. Rakesh GuptaRajasthan
Dr. Rakesh RawalGujarat Cancer and Research Institute (GCIR), Gujarat
Dr. Rejiv RajendranathCancer Institute (WIA), Chennai
Dr. Sachin HingmirePune
Brig. Dr. Sanjay KapoorUttar Pradesh
Dr. Sanjay SharmaLilavati Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai
Dr. SelvaluxmyCancer Institute (WIA), Chennai
Dr. Shad SalimJammu & Kashmir
Dr. Shailesh BondardePune
Dr. Shekhar KeshriRanchi
Dr. Som ShekharBangalore
Dr. Sudeep GuptaTata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
Dr. Sunil ChoudharyUttar Pradesh
Dr. Tanveer ShahidKolkata
Dr. Tomcha Singh ThaodemImphal, Manipore
Dr. VasanthanCancer Institute (WIA), Chennai




The Indian Cancer Congress invites you to present original research, new data and other pioneering work in your field. Clinicians and investigators in all areas of Oncology, Nursing, Social Work, and other Related Disciplines are encouraged to submit abstracts of original work for presentation and new researches at the ICC 2013. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the Abstract Review Committee. The Committee encourages the involvement of trainees and early career professionals as session presenters.

The posters will be displayed at the conference in the related sessions and selected ones will be considered to give oral presentations. Selected posters will be displayed in the conference programme.

It is an enticing platform where your work will be well appreciated and will be published in Indian Journal of Cancer, a peer reviewed and an indexed journal. Please review the guidelines for submission to the ICC before submission and don’t hesitate to contact us, if you need assistance with your submission: abstract@icc2013.in

Please read the following guidelines carefully before submitting your abstract:

Systems and Tracks

Each System is divided into a number of subsystems and subtopics categories. All abstract authors are asked to choose a system, subsystem and a subtopic Category during the submission process. In the link below, there is chart that can assist you in finding which system, subsystem and track your abstract comes in. While registering, mention the level names in accordance.


Abstract Submission

Abstracts can only be submitted online via the Link on our website; submissions by fax, post or email will not be considered.

All abstracts must be written in English.

It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific fact in the abstract text will be reproduced as typed by the author. Abstract titles will be subject to a spell check if the abstract is selected for presentation.

Ethical Research Declaration

The conference supports only research that has been conducted according to the protocol approved by the institutional or local committee on ethics in human investigation. Where no such committee exists, the research should have been conducted in accordance with the principles of the Declaration of Helsinki of World Medical Association.

Abstract Submission Process

Abstracts are only processed and accepted for presentation only after the registration for ICC 2013 is completed.

Registration fees are not refundable in case of an abstract withdrawal, rejection or double submission. The charges collected cover the cost to process the abstracts whether or not one attends the meeting.

You will be required to register and then after channel to IJC publication from ICC website portal. Direct submission of abstracts to IJC will not be acceptable.

After following the instructions on ICC page and signing off electronically the undertaking, you will be asked the following:-

  • Login Name of Submitter *
  • Email address of Submitter*
  • Password to be selected (six alphanumeric digits)
  • Reconfirmation of password

*Submitter can be other than the first author but it has to be the one of the author.

An automatic email would go to you/submitter detailing your assigned login name and password and sequence number along with the your abstract uploading page link. You will be taken to the abstract uploading page (there would be no verification of email or any other step at this stage – for convenience)

On the abstract uploading page, the login name and email of the submitter would be displayed. It would have the following selection options.

“Article presentation preference” would have one set of options for

  • Oral
  • Poster
  • Award
  • Any

“Article submitted for which society” (needs to be added) would have the following set of options to choose from

  • Indian Society of Medical & Pediatric Oncology,
  • Indian Society of Oncology
  • Association of Radiation Oncologists of India
  • Indian Association of Surgical Oncology
  • Other.

This would be followed by the following spaces to type information

  • “Abstract title” restriction of 100 characters.
  • “Name of first author”
  • affiliation of first author”
  • “Email address of first author” (can be different from the person submitting the abstract)
  • “Name of second author”
  • affiliation of second author”
  • “Name of third author”
  • affiliation of third author”

This would continue to maximum of 15 authors.

Each time the default affiliation would be what was filled in the immediate preceding author.

Each time the person would be asked whether he wants to add more author names or not.

Next space to type information would be key words – which would be maximum of three (three boxes, max characters 25).

There will be a box to type in the abstract. It would have max of 2000 characters. It would be possible for submitter to copy and paste the matter from his/ her hard disk.

Finally the submitter would be asked to complete the uploading process by clicking on the “Submit” button.

Once you hit the submit button, another automatic email would go to the email address of submitter and first author stating that the abstract has been successfully submitted with the following details:

  • Abstract unique number (to be auto generated by system)
  • Title
  • First author name
  • First author email
  • Submitters name
  • Submitters email
  • Key words
  • Abstract submitted for which society
  • Abstract submitted for which category (oral or poster or…)

Based on which society has been selected – an automatic email would also go to the three representatives of that society so that they can evaluate (read/ download) the abstract and then recommend any one of the following:

  • Accept as oral presentation
  • Accept as poster presentation
  • Accept as award presentation
  • Accept for publication only
  • Reject

 Choosing a Track Category

The track category is the topic under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, authors will be asked to select one track category for the abstract. The Track Category which best describes the subject of the abstract should be chosen.

Abstract Structure

Abstracts in all Tracks and without exception should be structured as follows:

Background: Indicate the purpose and objective of the research, the hypothesis that was tested or a description of the problem being analyzed or evaluated;

Methods: Describe the setting/location for the study, study design, study population, data collection and methods of analysis used;

Results: Present as clearly and detailed as possible the findings/outcome of the study, with specific results in summarized form. Inclusion of gender breakdown of data is strongly encouraged;

 Conclusions: Briefly discuss the data and main outcome of the study. Emphasize the significance for HIV prevention, treatment, care and/or support, and implications of the results.


A standard font, e.g. Arial, should be used when formatting the text. This helps to prevent special characters from getting lost when copying the text to the online abstract submission form. Ensure to check the final abstract with the system’s preview function before submission, and edit or replace as necessary.

Word Limits

The abstract text body is limited to 2000 characters including spaces for the abstract. Titles are limited to 30 words including spaces. No figures or diagrams are permitted in the abstract submission. It would be possible for you to copy and paste the matter from your computer/ storage device.

 Typical reasons for abstract rejection:

  • Abstract poorly written
  • Not enough new information
  • Hypothesis missing
  • Methods inadequate or insufficient to support conclusions
  • Data inadequate or insufficient to support conclusions
  • Insufficient sample size or number of patients
  • Controls inadequate or missing
  • Statistical evaluation inadequate or missing
  • Summary of essential results inadequate or missing
  • Duplicate or overlap with another abstract
  • Study too preliminary


Abstracts should disclose primary findings and avoid, whenever possible, promissory statements such as “experiments are in progress” or “results will be discussed”.

Submission Confirmation

After submission of the abstract, a confirmation email will be sent to the abstract submitter.

Publication of Accepted Abstracts

Your abstract, if accepted, will appear in its full form in the abstract book by Indian Journal of Cancer (IJC), as well as on the conference and ICC website.

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