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Cancer Control in Low and Middle Income Countries: Time for Action /
Improving access to pathology in low resource settings

2nd Oct 2017

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Published: 10.10.17
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Dr Abeer Shaaban - University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

Dr Shaaban speaks with ecancer at the Royal Society of Medicine meeting on cancer control about the essential role of pathology in disease control for low and middle income countries.

To address the need for adequate staffing and training alongside technical provisions, Dr Shaaban notes the utility of online training courses, including her own breast cancer pathology update course.

She also highlights the collaborative focus of the meeting, and the many stakeholders working together to provide training and personnel where needed.

Dr Shabaan notes the collaborative opportunities on offer by the International Committee of the Royal College of Pathologists, The Pathological Society of GB and Ireland, The International Academy of Pathology and The Association of Clinical Pathology.

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European Cancer Organisation European Institute of Oncology

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