About the Congress

The War on Cancer has long been waged dated back to the 1970s with the aim of eradicating cancer from earth. Close to 50 years have passed, yet, the cure for cancer remains elusive, distant and unobtainable. It baffles us how that despite advancement in human race conquering outer space, creating artificial intelligence, turning the once-big-bulky supercomputers into the size of our palm, as well as cloning human embryo; cancer, the very cells within our body remains incurable.

With 1 in 2 Australians expected to be affected by cancer by the age of 85, research breakthroughs are urgently needed. This 5 – 7 October 2017, Clariden Global welcomes you to the Targeted Anti-Cancer Therapies, Immunotherapy & Drug Delivery World Congress 2017 in Melbourne, Australia, a global gathering of oncologists, scientists, physicians, researchers and pharmacists all across the four corners of the world. The congregation of healthcare experts and thought leaders aims to bring together various stakeholders in the medical and healthcare ecosystem for an exchange of scientific clinical research findings, ideas and best practices in cancer management. This event is carefully researched and crafted with the most desired insights in the oncology industry featuring trending information, challenging issues and insightful keynote sessions that will aid you in the impetus search for more effective cancer treatments.

Mark 5-7 October 2017 in your calendar and book your seat now! We welcome you to tap into the expertise of our panel of oncologists, scientists and researchers to discover the latest developments in new cancer diagnostics, therapies, preventive measures and early detection methods evidenced by case studies, clinical as well as translational researches. Join us in the relentless and unflinching commitment to finding a cure for cancer! We look forward to welcoming you this October!

Why Join This Congress



  1. Catch up with the latest and groundbreaking medical findings in cancer management
  2. Uncover promising frontier and life-changing medical research in suppressing, inhibiting and relieving suffering of cancer patients
  3. Revolutionize cancer care with the augmentation of technology
  4. Edge towards potential cancer cures by learning from renowned experts who created milestones in cancer care
  5. Strengthen partnerships between the public and private sector in the field of sciences, medical and pharmaceutical in the impetus search for novel therapeutic cancer treatments

Featured Speakers

  • A/Prof Marcel Dinger
    Head, Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics, Lab Head: Genome Informatics
    Garvan Institute of Medical Research
  • A/Prof Ching Lai-Ming
    Professor and Head: Stromal Targeting Agents Group
    Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Dr Nicholas Huntington
    Lab Head: Molecular Immunology
    Walter + Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI)
  • Dr Helen Kavnoudias
    Head of the Radiology Research Unit
    The Alfred Hospital
  • Prof Stephen J Clarke
    Director, Area Cancer Services
    Northern Sydney Local Health District
  • Dr Huynh The Hung
    Principal Investigator: Lab of Molecular Endocrinology, Division of Cellular & Molecular Research
    National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS)

Companies Expected at the Congress

  • The Nelune Comprehensive Cancer Centre @ The Prince of Wales Hospital
  • Genesis Cancer Care
  • Icon Cancer Care
  • Lowy Cancer Research Centre
  • St George Hospital Cancer Care
  • Sunshine Coast Hospital & Health Service & Coastal Cancer Care
  • The Kinghorn Cancer Centre
  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre
  • Yarra Oncology
  • South West Oncology
  • Olivia Newton John Cancer Research Institute
  • Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
  • Adelaide Cancer Centre
  • Cancer Council Queensland
  • Cancer Council Victoria
  • Cancer Council Western Australia
  • University of Melbourne
  • Eastern Health
  • Epworth Healthcare
  • The Royal Hospital of Melbourne
  • St. Vincent Hospital Melbourne
  • Wesley Hospital Brisbane
  • Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • McQuarie University (Hospital)
  • Calvary Mater Hospital
  • Sydney Adventist Hospital
  • Austin Hospital (Health)
  • Chris Obrien Lifehouse
  • The Bays Healthcare Group
  • Western Health