Following the success of the International Women Health and Breast Cancer Conference (i-Women Health, 2019), we set out to continue the series and we are pleased to welcome you to the second edition i.e. 2nd International Women Health and Breast Cancer Conference, 2021 in London, the UK on October 14-15, 2021.
We invite you to share your research results, encourage information sharing, and network with a broad audience in the field of women's health to share the most recent advancements and research that will help women patients achieve the best possible outcomes.
i-Women Health 2021 is a premier interdisciplinary forum for scholars, clinicians, and educators to present and address the most current developments, patterns, concerns, practical challenges, and solutions for women of all ages. Nearly every permutation of information, creativity, technology, and networking is reflected at the i-Women Health Conference. Our goal is to create an international forum for academicians, clinicians, health and business professionals who work in the wide field of women's health to share the most up-to-date studies and advancements.
i-Women Health's focus includes the dissemination of translational research and evidence-based practices for disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment for women across the lifespan. This program provides three days of robust discussions in the field of breast cancer, infertility, IVF, menopause, pregnancy, PCOS, Maternal health, reproductive health, endometriosis, ovarian cancer, midwifery, and more.
In the Women and Health Care sector, i-Women Health 2021 provides unrivaled business opportunities and access to new markets. Be the first to hear about new and often unreleased knowledge, and explore a field that interests you. We assure you that when you leave London, you will be able to use newly acquired knowledge right away at your bench.
Participate in i-Women Health 2021 to experience the booming industry and introduce your career and business to new opportunities from around the world.
Women face unique health problems because of biological, social, and behavioral causes. Even though certain health conditions impact men and women equally, women can be affected differently. Women face health problems such as breast cancer, cervical cancer, pregnancy, menopause, and diseases of the female organs due to their special anatomy. PCOS, mental wellbeing, osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, and anemia are only a few of the problems that women face. It's important to consider why women are at such a high risk for everything from heart disease to breast cancer to depression.
Every pregnancy carries the challenge of ensuring a safe environment for both mother and child. The high rate of maternal mortality is widely used as a barometer for measuring the efficiency of health-care systems, and it represents inequalities in access to health-care services across global borders. Despite numerous steps, according to WHO, nearly 830 women die every day from preventable causes linked to pregnancy and childbirth. Cancer is another significant health issue that mainly affects women. Breast cancer and cervical cancer are two of the most common cancers in women around the world. Early detection of cancers such as breast cancer is vital to keeping women alive and well.
In the early stages of breast cancer, there may be no signs. In certain cases, a tumor is too small to be identified, but an abnormality on a mammogram can still be seen. It's important to remember that the majority of breast lumps are benign and not cancerous. Although benign breast lumps aren't life-threatening, some types of benign breast lumps raise a woman's risk of breast cancer. To minimize cancer-related suffering and deaths, effective services for early detection, screening, rehabilitation, and palliative care are needed.
To achieve health equality over the lifetime and across diverse cultures, each woman must have access to knowledge about her reproductive health as well as all aspects of her body. Participate in i-Women Health 2021 to experience the booming industry and expose your career and company to new opportunities from around the world.
Toho University Japan
University of Sheffield UK
The Institute of Cancer Research UK
eclaireMD Foundation USA
CARE Fertility United Kingdom
French National Institute of Health (INSERM) France
National Defense Medical Center Taiwan
The London College United Kingdom
Fundación Jiménez Díaz Spain
King's College London United Kingdom
King Fahad Medical City Saudi Arabia
The Centre of Bioethics India
UCL Institute for Women’s Health United Kingdom
University of Cape Town South Africa
Yeovil District Hospital United Kingdom
The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology United Kingdom
Clara Angela Foundation Germany
AlFarabi College of Medicine Riyadh
Care Fertility Group United Kingdom
Ortadogu Hospitals Turkey
University of Tsukuba Hospital Japan