Dear Colleague,

We take immense pleasure in inviting you to the 24th Annual Conference of BCF-India (Breast Cancer Foundation-India) to be organized at Hotel Chanakya, Patna, on 7th & 8th March, 2020. BCF-India was started in 1997 and it has covered 21 states as of now. BCF-India become first registered NGO in India for Breast Cancer.

  • In honour of International Women's Day, we recognize and celebrate women's leadership in our community.
  • BCF India is the 1st registered organization, in this country started in late nineteen.
  • There will be 2 days conference, every year Day 1 will be pure scientific conference & next day is purely with public participation.
  • Patna, a city of having various religion in its deep root & also called land of 'Enlightenment'.
  • Patna directly connected to all the town of India by Air & Train route, & having beautiful climate in this early March.

One of the important breakthroughs that modern medicine has achieved is to establish that Breast Cancer is Curable. Breast Cancer is a complicated disease and although enormous progress has been made over the last decade, many challenges lie ahead. Estimating risk for the individual woman in difficult and most breast cancers are not attributable to risk factors other than female gender and increased age.

The development of effective strategies for the reduction of breast cancer incidence has been difficult because few of the existing risk factors are modifiable and many of the potentially modifiable risk factors have social implication extending beyond concerns for breast cancer (e.g. age at first live birth).

With the acceptance of the feasibility of risk-reduction (generally called preventive) therapy for breast cancer, it has now become increasingly important to identify optimal treatment paradigms to improve prognosis. All invasive breast cancer evolves from premalignant lesions.

The biological alterations behind this evolution represent potential prognostic factors for progression to invasive disease and perhaps more importantly, targets for prevention.

Program will include recent advances in new diagnostic and treatment modalities in breast cancer. After vigorous discussions experts will conclude with consensus take home message for diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.

The Scientific Session on Day 1 : Saturday (7th March 2020) will be from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm and on Day 2 : Sunday (8th March 2020) will be from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

We welcome all the delegates for active participation in scientific extravaganza.

For any queries regarding your participation kindly contact to Mr. Nitesh Sharma M: 7878965765 | E:

Conference E:

Dr. J. K. Singh
(Padma Shri Awardee)
Org. Chairman - BCFICON 2020
National Secretary, BCF - India &
Director, S.S. Hospital & Research Centre
M: 94310 21001 / 88779 99919
Dr. Pritanjali Singh
Org. Secretary - BCFICON 2020
Associate Professor,
Dept. of Radiation Oncology,
AIIMS Patna, AIIMS Patna
M: 85444 23414
Dr. Manisha Singh
Jt. Org. Secretary - BCFICON 2020
HOD Medical Oncologist
Mahavir Cancer Sansthan, Patna
Dr. Avinash Kumar Pandey
Jt. Org. Secretary - BCFICON 2020
Consultant, Medical Oncology
Dept. of Hematologist & Oncologist
IGIMS, Patna
Conference Managed By
Mr. Rajesh Sharma
A-1108, Siddhi Vinayak Tower, Makarba,
Off. SG Highway, Ahmedabad-380051.
M: 9374073512 | E: