What is SMOP
The Society of Medical Oncology Pakistan (SMOP) was envisioned and created in 2018 by a group of leading oncologists with aim of enhancing patient care by improving the education of senior and junior doctors working in oncology. we want cancer care providers to be empowered in providing the best care possible for their patients.
Advancing Cancer Awareness
Raising awareness of cancer with the general public; in particular, we focus on early screening and preventative treatments.
Fostering Professional Growth
Providing a platform for the learning and professional development of oncology professionals.
Global Presence
Our fellow attending ESMO Asia, an oncology conference held in Singapore.
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Welcome to SMOP

Message from the President

Pakistan, like other developing countries is experiencing a rise in the incidence of cancer, late presentations and > 50% mortality rate. Within this context, the Society for Medical Oncology Pakistan (SMOP) will provide a platform for oncology professionals to develop multidisciplinary approaches towards the treatment of cancer patients. At the same time, we would like to encourage indigenous research in providing contextually adapted solutions.

Since more than 30% of all cancers are related to infections, smoking, obesity and major environmental hazards such as air and water pollution in developing countries, SMOP aims to raise awareness in the public on the importance of early screening and preventative approaches.  As oncology professionals, we must educate the public to minimise the risk of cancer and encourage them to have cancers screened earlier so the disease can be treated more effectively.

Dr. Zeba Aziz
Professor of Oncology, Consultant Oncologist / Hematologist
Dr Zeba Aziz

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Upcoming Events 

Conferences, Meetings, and other events. Catch up to the latest happenings of SMOP

Research

DLBCL research initiative 

Member Directory 

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Photographs of Conferences, Meetings, and other events. 

SMOP UPCOMING EVENTS

Comprehensive Review Of Hormone Positive Breast Cancer
New Frontier In Immuno-Oncology
Best of ASCO2022 Pakistan
3rd Annual Conference On Hematological Malignancies 2022
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PAST SMOP ACTIVITIES

2nd Annual Virtual Conference on Hematology
February 5-7, 2021

Breast Cancer Symposium
February 20th, 2021

Best of ASCO21 Pakistan Virtual Meeting
6th Aug – 8th Aug 2021

ACORD21 Protocol Development Workshop
29th Aug – 3rd Sep 2021

Upcoming International Conferences

ESMO 2021
17th Sep – 21st Sep, 2021
Paris, France

ESMO 2021: An Enhanced Virtual Experience

The ESMO Congress is the most influential oncology platform designed in Europe for clinicians, researchers, patient advocates, journalists and healthcare industry representatives from all over the world. 

EHOC 2021 Hybrid
10th Nov – 13th Nov 2021
Istanbul, Turkey

Eurasian Hematology-Oncology Congress

We would like to announce that XIIth Eurasian Hematology-Oncology Congress will be held as a hybrid congress between 10-13 November 2021 at Hilton İstanbul Bomonti Hotel & Conference Center.

2021 SABCS®
7th Dec – 10th December
San Antonio, Texas, or Virtually

The 2021 SABCS will be a hybrid event, offering attendees the unique opportunity to participate in-person in San Antonio, Texas, or virtually.

Register for the SABCS Hybrid. The SABCS hybrid meeting will allow onsite and virtual attendee registratino. This new meeting model will cater to both onsite and virtual meeting attendees. SABCS is committed to attendees’ safety and will adhere to CDC’s safety guidelines and protocols.

2021 ASH ANNUAL MEETING 11th Dec – 14th Dec 2021 

63rd ASH  Annual Meeting and Exposition

Join us at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia – or virtually – from December 11-14, 2021, to discover the newest advances in hematology. You won’t want to miss the world’s premier event in malignant and non-malignant hematology!

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