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Important Notice / COVID-19
All the guidelines and the operative health protocols concerning physical congress organizations will be strictly followed, as much inside the conventional halls as in the space of the Exhibition-Secretariat of the Congress, as indicated on July 3rd, 2020. Wearing a mask, following hygiene rules and keeping social distancing is mandatory for the staff and optional for the attendees of the congress in the outdoor spaces of the conventional center, as long as
they keep the necessary physical distancing. Wearing a mask indoors is mandatory by all the participants. Hand sanitizing is mandatory, while you are entering the conventional center. There will be dispensers with hand sanitizing gel in the halls of the conventional center. There will be live streaming of the congress. The staff of the congress organizing company, ERA Ltd., is fully trained and accredited on the precautions and the compliance with the safety rules for SARS-CoV-2, concerning Conventional Tourism, Dining, Tourist Residences, Travel Agencies.


Tinos is one of the most beautiful islands in the Cyclades. Tinos lies between Syros, Andros and Mykonos and is 86 nautical miles from Piraeus and 62 from Rafina. Tinos is a mountainous island with an area of 195 sq. km., a coastline of 106 km and a population of 8,000.

According to mythology, Tinos was the home of Aeolus, god of the winds. The Ionians came in Tinos Island around 1000 BC. In the 6th century BC Tinos was ruled by Eretria, while in 490 BC Tinos Island was seized by the Persians, regaining its freedom after the battle of Marathon.

In 1207, Tinos was conquered by the Venetians. Venetian rule in Tinos Island lasted longer than on any other island of the Cyclades. In 1715, Tinos was taken by the Turks, to be liberated by the Greeks in the War of Independence of 1821. In 1822 the famous icon of the Blessed Virgin was discovered, after a nun in the Kechrovouni convent saw it in a dream. She is honoured on the island today as St Pelagia of Tinos.

Tinos is actually known as the “Holy Island” or the “Island of the Holy Mother”, because of the existence of the Holy Church of Panagia.

The marvellous landscapes of the Tinos Island, the excellent Tinos beaches and its unique architecture make Tinos an ideal place for unforgettable moments.

The Lung Cancer Seminar will take place in the Cultural Foundation of Tinos, in Tinos town. (84200 Tinos – Cyclades, Tel.: +30 22830 24742 – 3, 29070, Fax: +30 22830 22133-4, E-mail:

4-6 September 2020

The official language of the Seminar will be ENGLISH.

An exhibition of scientific products, pharmaceuticals, instruments, equipment and relevant materials will be organized during the Seminar and located in the Seminar Venue.
Participation is open to any interested company or organization.

For Registration, Sponsoring, Hotel Accommodation, Travel please contact.

17, Asklipiou Str., 10680 Athens-Greece
Tel.: +30 210 3634944, Fax: +30 210 3631690
E-mail:, Web site:

Seminar Secretariat will operate all through Seminar hours.

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