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International Conference on Non Communicable Diseases

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Galle Face Hotel,Colombo, Sri Lanka

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International Conference on Non Communicable Diseases (ICNCD 2016) is to provide a platform for eminent researchers, Scientists, academicians, physicians, Doctors, traditional medical practitioners, Consultants, Journalist and anyone in the domain of interest from around the world to discuss.

An NCD or non-communicable disease is a disease that is not infectious and cannot be transferred to others. Some of these are diseases that progress slowly or cause chronic symptoms while others progress very rapidly. The World Health Organization estimates that NCDs are the leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for 60 percent of deaths in all humans. Some risk factors of non-communicable diseases include the environment, lifestyle or background such as the genetics, age, exposure to air pollution or gender of a person. Some behaviors such as a lack of physical activity, poor diet or smoking which could lead to obesity or hypertension can also increase the risk of developing some non-communicable diseases.

Research papers related to NCD are invited for the above international conference which is expected to be attended by the authors from all countries. In addition, all the submitted full papers will be included in the conference proceedings CD and proceeding book.

Conference Keynote and Co-Chair


Prof. Dr. Shahid Mahmood Baig, SI
Head, Health Biotechnology Division
Deputy Chief Scientist, Group Leader
Human Molecular Genetics Laboratory, NIBGE, Faisalabad, Pakistan.

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Cancer (Lung Cancer/Skin Cancer)Cardiovascular diseaseDiabetesChronic kidney diseaseOsteoporosisHypertensionAlzheimer’sHeart DiseaseFibromyalgiaLeukemiaSeizures or EpilepsyGenetic DiseasesEnvironmental Diseases 
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