The spread of cancer can be deadly, but luckily for researchers and victims of melanoma, the spread of research for the treatment of skin cancer is made simpler with the use of web conferencing solutions.
On May 25, GMT Frost & Sullivan - a growth strategies company - will sponsor a virtual conference on the latest trends and developments in the skin cancer markets. Industry analyst Ranjith Gopinathan will present his analysis of current therapies, pipeline drugs and market dynamics with respect to melanoma.
Executives in related industries around the world can participate in the complimentary briefing by registering online. Frost & Sullivan thinks the briefing will particularly benefit research organizations and healthcare providers.
Thanks to web conferencing technology, the medical knowledge of one expert can reach cancer victims worldwide. "The unmet needs of patients, especially those with advanced melanoma, are quite high. The market therefore needs to focus on the current drugs in the pipeline in order to stimulate market growth and a higher drug adoption in the future," Gopinathan said.
Frost & Sullivan is not the only institution using web conferencing solutions to share information for improved healthcare. Recently, the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund announced it will use video conferencing tools to provide medical assistance to wounded soldiers across the country.