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Cancer control in low and middle income countries: New solutions to evolving challenges
25 Nov 2019
Royal Society of Medicine, London, United Kingdom
Why an understanding of anthropology is so important for cancer control
Dr Carlo Caduff - King's College London, London, UK
A breast cancer control strategy in Ghana: The Breast Care International (BCI) a...
Dr Beatrice Wiafe-Addai - Peace And Love Hospital Breast care International, Acc...
Development of resource stratified oncology guidelines
Prof Benjamin Anderson - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Seattle, USA
Health partnerships in an era of SDGs
Mr Ben Simms - Tropical Health and Education Trust, London, UK
The role of academic institutions in global oncology
Dr Gilberto Lopes - University of Miami and the Miller School of Medicine, Miami...
Engaging with decision makers for oncological benefit
Prof Diana Safarti - University of Otago, Otago, New Zealand
Substandard and falsified medical products are a global health threat
Ms Oksana Pyzik - UCL School of Pharmacy London, UK
Building a new hospital in India
Prof Shailesh Shrikhande - Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai, India
A 'recovery care package' post-treatment in Africa
Prof Theresa Wiseman - Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK
Uganda as a case study for cancer care initiatives in Africa
Dr Warren Phipps - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, USA
Using technologies to enable solutions in LMICs
Prof Shafi Ahmed - Royal Hospital London, London, UK