14Th Global Biomarkers Summit 2018

14th Global Biomarkers Summit (Biomarker Summit 2018)
October 18-19, 2018
Amsterdam, Netherlands
150+ delegates from Global Pharma & Bio Pharma Companies. CROs, hospitals, Biotech firms, renowned institutes and Universities are expected to participate at this Biomarker Summit. 30+ case studies, presentations, panel discussions, plenary sessions, Poster Presentations, e-Poster Presentations, Young Researcher Forums will be scheduled to discuss the current trends, issues and novel discoveries in Biomarker Discovery, Biomarker research, clinical applications of Biomarkers, companion diagnostics, personalized medicine, Clinical & Translational Research in Biomarkers etc. To encourage the Young Researchers across the globe, Global Biomarker Congress comes up with the Young Researcher Forum (YRF), Best poster & Oral Presentation Awards and Young Researcher awards.
This Global Biomarker Summit will address the latest trends, challenges in Biomarker Discovery to development, Translational Biomarker research to Commercialization of Biomarkers. Major sessions of this Biomarker Conference will focus on Biomarker discovery & validation, Next-generation Sequencing (NGS), Biomarkers evaluation, Biomarkers in disease diagnosis & prognosis, Commercialization of Biomarkers, Biomarker approval, Biomarkers in Clinical Trials, Biomarkers in Drug Discovery, Functional genomics and cytogenetic biomarkers, techniques to maximize biomarker identification, biomarkers applications in Nano science, challenges of clinical translation, Companion Diagnostics, Reimbursement policy in Biomarker research, Cell free Biomarkers in Disease diagnosis & prognosis etc.
Biomarkers Summit warmly invite all the experts working in the area of Biomarkers and related field to its upcoming 14th Global Biomarker Summit (Biomarker Summit 2018), scheduled from October 18-19, 2018 Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide and in all regions of the world. Cancer is dangerous owing to its ability to spread around the body.

The impossibility to solve the cancer problem lies down in the fact that all conventional treatment methods of this disease do not cure patients completely from it. Besides, all the conventional and known drugs do not have the selective effect: while using traditional methods of cancer treatment not only cancer cell are killed but the healthy cells too. All the efforts to solve this problem were not successful because it was considered that all cells have predominantly negative charges, but these have been proved to be more pronounced in cancer cells
This finding was the basis for the development of NSC 631570 (Ukrain). It consists of greater celandine alkaloid derivatives.

From ancient times the Celandine juice has been successfully used in the treatment of skin diseases. Thus, for example, the Slavic folks used to call it «Ð±Ð¾Ñ€Ð¾Ð´Ð°Ð²Ð¾Ñ‡Ð½Ð¸Ðº» (borodavochnyk – the warthog) and the Germans call it “Warzenkraut”. People have observed and noted that if the Celandine juice would be applied on the wart, then it should disappear in a week. The warts are the same tumours, but only of benign origin. With help of the juice of Celandine the skin cancer can also be treated.

The Celandine juice consists of 98% alkaloids. There have been found 45 alkaloids until now. Their correlation depends on the time of the plant collection. To give the Celandine alkaloids the anti cancer effect I made it positively ionised.

As a result the substance accumulates very rapidly in tumour tissue and metastases, which can also be seen through the fluorescence of the tissue under the UV light.

The anti cancer preparation NSC 631570 (Ukrain) gives grounds to guess that the cancer is a curable disease.

This is a new mode of therapy called proton therapy and many scientists all over the world are devoting themselves to this promising approach.

Source by Prathiga S Princy

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