The World Cancer Declaration recognises that to make major reductions in premature deaths, innovative education, and training opportunities for healthcare workers in all disciplines of cancer control need to improve significantly.
ecancer plays a critical part in improving access to education for medical professionals.
Everyday we help doctors, nurses, patients and their advocates to further their knowledge and improve the quality of care.
We are an independent charity and are not backed by a large company or society. We raise every penny ourselves to raise the standards of cancer through education. You can help us continue our work to address inequalities in cancer care by making a donation.
Any donation, however small, contributes directly towards the costs of creating and sharing free oncology education. Together we can get better outcomes for patients by tackling global inequalities in access to the results of cancer research.Thank you for your support.
Hear from Prof Twalib Ngoma from Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, Tanzania on how ecancer's journal is helping support capacity building in Africa. The journal is funded by donations. We do not charge a subscription or ask authors to pay if they do not have explicit funding for publication.
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