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Unite to Fight: Together, We Can End Global Cancer Inequities

On World Cancer Day, February 4th, the international cancer community united to send a clear message: we must act now to prevent, detect, and treat cancer. To empower individuals and communities, Global Oncology and 1,472 advocates came together under the slogan “I Can. We Can.” This rallying cal...

Job Posting: AMPATH Hematology-Oncology Team Leader

Indiana University Center for Global Health and the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center (IUSCCC) are seeking a BC/BE subspecialist in Medical Oncology, Hematology-Oncology, Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Gynecologic Oncology, Radiation Oncology or other suitable o...

Special GO Publication: "Assessing and Addressing the Need for Cancer Patient Education in a Resource‐Limited Setting in Haiti"

"Misinformation and lack of information about cancer and its treatment pose significant challenges to delivering cancer care in resource‐limited settings and may undermine patient engagement in care. We aimed to investigate patients’ knowledge and attitudes toward cancer and its treatment and to ...

How to bring cancer care to the world's poorest children

"There's this myth that treating cancer is expensive," says Christian Rusangwa, a Rwandan physician with Partners In Health who worked on the study. "And that's because the data is almost all from high-income countries." Read more at NPR:


Community: We focus on local communities, because they don’t have access to sufficient and quality Information on their health, environment and otherwise. We act in local communities, but, we think global; thereby actively helping people in local communities with global best practices. Action-...

National Cancer Control Plan (2018-2022)

  The National Cancer Control Plan (NCCP) outlines key goals and objectives for Nigeria’s cancer control efforts, and details the strategies that will allow the country to achieve its aims, while recognizing important challenges. The National Cancer Control Program of the Federal Ministry...

Free Cervical Cancer Screening in Calabar, Nigeria

2019 CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION WEEK TAGGED “SMEAR IT, KNOW YOUR STATUS” HELD AT PRIMARY HEALTHCARE CENTRE, NASSARAWA, BACOCO, 8 MILES, CALABAR ON SAT 26TH JAN., 2019   Implementing NGO: Pink Africa Foundation   Support Partners: Aggiewinsor Trust Foundation, Pathfinder International,...

A Promising Step in Tackling Childhood Cancer

In El Salvador, Dr. Rodriguez-Galindo and his colleagues have managed to upend that calculus by forging a partnership with the nation’s government and its nonprofit sector that has enabled them to pass on the tools of their trade. As a result, El Salvador has had unusual success for a low-income ...

Scheme to provide subsidised cervical cancer screening for low-income women in Hong Kong

Photo Credit: Alamy A three-year pilot scheme offering subsidised cervical cancer screening is set to launch on Wednesday, and aims to provide assistance to low-income women in Hong Kong. The scheme, implemented by the Department of Health with a HK$78.6 million budget from the Communit...

A Milestone in Cancer Research and Treatment in India

"Tata Memorial Center (TMC) is among India’s leading institutions for cancer research and treatment.  Since the NCI Center for Global Health (CGH) was established in 2011, it has partnered with TMC in several activities.  These include workshops in clinical trials research design, training in ...

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