To Swap Expertise
In Namangan, the annual conference of oncologists of Uzbekistan was held, on the agenda of which issues of prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of malignant neoplasms of the female reproductive system were discussed.
Leading doctors and scientists of the republic, the largest specialists from Germany, Denmark, Turkey, Russia, South Korea and India heard dozens of lectures and scientific reports on this topic. It was noted that a lot of work has recently done in Uzbekistan to improve work in this field of medicine. An important role in this has been played by the decree of the head of state “On measures for the further development of the oncological service and improvement of oncological assistance to the population of the Republic of Uzbekistan for 2017-2021”, adopted in April this year. The aim is to resist the insidious disease in the struggle for people's lives. It is also important to conduct similar events in different regions, which opens up opportunities for doctors to familiarize themselves with advanced methods of diagnosis and treatment.
“During the conference, we exchanged experience in mastering new technologies, discussed the prospects for improving the oncological service,” says a specialist from India Pankaj Kumar Pande. “I learned a lot of useful and interesting from getting acquainted with the work of Uzbek colleagues. A special impression was made by the organization in Uzbekistan of cancer screening. There is no doubt that in the future oncological service in your country will get even more development.”
But local doctors particularly interested in master classes, for example, the leading specialist of the Russian Cancer Research Center named after Blokhin, Professor Alexander Petrovsky. Dozens of domestic oncologists watched the monitor operation with his participation.
Within the framework of the conference in Namangan branch of the Republican Scientific and Practical Medical Center of Oncology and Radiology a presentation of the digital mammography room with the function of tomosynthesis took place. The newest equipment was provided under a grant contract under the Government of Japan's program for social projects.
The newest equipment was provided for a grant contract under the Government of Japan's program for social projects.