The Winter Pathological Society, co-sponsored by the Royal Society of Medicine, has as its theme “Let’s talk about Precision Pathology!”. During this two meeting, it aims to update participants about the importance of precision pathology in: a) making accurate diagnoses across a wide spectrum of neoplastic and non-neoplastic conditions, and in b) the subsequent patient treatment and management. It will also inform delegates about the exciting emerging novel technologies that are already being- and are soon to be- incorporated into routine pathology, and how the resultant data can be analysed and incorporated into ‘real time’ and ‘real world’ systems. Finally, the attendees will hear about how innovative technologies can be used to enhance pathology teaching and training at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

The 5th CoBrCa Congress will continue to directly address key and controversial issues facing clinicians in their daily practice in an effort to find solutions to unresolved clinical and therapeutic problems. Experts will debate, discuss and present lectures on topics in medical oncology, surgery, breast imaging, radiation oncology, pathology, reconstruction and more. At the end of each lecture, the audience will be provided with ample time to join the discussion.


The KindCongress Conference Center was initiated in the late 2016s with the purpose of covering the most reliable scientific conferences, seminars, and congresses.
The KindCongress website has been implemented to give quick access to users to every conference. Conferences and information displayed on this center will be displayed individually and independently on this website so that people who want to search for the conferences to present articles or participate in them can easily use its services. 
One of the effective factors in the scientific developments is specialized scientific conferences. The important part of conferences and conference centers is in achieving the latest research findings and observing scientific activities in different fields. Generally, scientific conferences give young researchers an opportunity to acquaint them with basic scientific subjects and represent reports of the current scientific research and activities to the scientific community of every country. It can be useful to shape and advance the structure of the scientific world.


The two-day international scientific program aims to provide state-of-the-art information on breast cancer achieving a balance of clinical, translational, and basic research and providing a forum for interaction, communication, and education for medical oncologist, gynecologists and other specialists with a special interest in breast cancer.

The symposium is divided into four different sessions and each session will include time for an open discussion between speakers and attendees, emphasizing the exchange of knowledge between international experts.