By Thai Society of Clinical Oncology

The Thai Society of Clinical Oncology

     The Thai Society of Clinical Oncology (TSCO) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1996, with primary goals to educate medical oncologist through major cancer centers in the university hospitals and improving cancer care along with other professional societies involving in treatment and prevention of cancer. Members include 219 registered medical oncologists practicing in various levels of cancer care throughout the country. In addition to advancing education of medical oncology, TSCO is committed to provide educations for other disciplines to advance quality of cancer care in Thailand.

Vision and Mission

1. To promote the education and medical research. The main focus in the fields of oncology and related disciplines. To technical progress And to bring that knowledge advances. Used to benefit the public.

2. Published academic exchange experiences and research results among its members. Promote unity And mutual assistance

3. Disseminate knowledge about medicine. Prophylaxis And to promote public health

4. Coordinate and share ideas with other medical associations and institutions. Both at home and abroad

5. Promote and improve the coordination of medical services. The public, particularly with respect to the subject of cancer.

6. Meet for consultation In between members To find a solution to the above objectives are achieved.

Update Interesting Meeting

International meeting

Jan 17-19, 2019

GICASym 2019

Moscone West Building, San Francisco, CA


Feb 14-16, 2019

GUCASym 2019

Moscone West Building, San Francisco, CA


Mar 20-23, 2019

St Gallen 2019

Vienna, Austria


May 31-Jun 4, 2019

ASCO 2019

McCormick Place, Chicago, USA


Sep 7-10, 2019

WCLC 2019

Vibrant city of Barcelona, Spain


Sep 27-Oct 10, 2019

ESMO 2019

Fira Barcelona, Spain


Dec 10-14, 2019

SABC 2019

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas


Thailand meeting

Dec 22-23, 2018

Basic Sciences 2018

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