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Establishing global health cancer care partnerships across common ground: Building on nuclear security, cancer disparities, education and mentorship

Dr. C. Norman Coleman delivered the presentation, “Establishing global health cancer care partnerships across common ground: Building on nuclear security, cancer disparities, education and mentorship” at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health meeting in San Francisco in April 2016. Bringing together ongoing efforts is critical and best done with formal collaborations between existing programs, allowing […]

The International Cancer Expert Corps establishes the Ellen Lewis Stovall Early Career Leaders Working Group Fund

Ellen Lewis Stovall Early Career Leaders Working Group Fund Ellen Stovall, a founding member of the International Cancer Expert Corps, had great vision and an unsurpassed understanding of the needs of people with cancer and their families, friends and colleagues. She was a decisive leader in the cancer survivorship community and for nearly two decades served as President […]

ICEC remembers Ellen Lewis Stovall

The International Cancer Expert Corps remembers Ellen Lewis Stovall, member of the ICEC Board of Directors. It is with great sadness that the International Cancer Expert Corps (ICEC) joins the cancer care, research and survivorship communities in honoring Ellen Stovall who passed away January 5th. Ellen had great vision and an unsurpassed understanding of the […]

Call to improve radiotherapy access around world

David Jaffrey, an ICEC Advisory Board member, co-lead this initiative with GTFRCC. The original article below is courtesy of BBC News on September 26th, 2015 and can be viewed here. Data compiled by a team of international experts to expand global access to radiotherapy will be presented in Vienna at the European Cancer Congress. Radiotherapy is an […]

The International Cancer Expert Corps: a unique approach for sustainable cancer care in low and lower-middle income countries

The growing burden of non-communicable diseases including cancer in low- and lower middle income countries (LMICs) and in geographic-access limited settings within resource-rich countries requires effective and sustainable solutions.The International Cancer Expert Corps (ICEC) is pioneering a novel global mentorship–partnership model to address workforce capability and capacity within cancer disparities regions built on the requirement […]

Addressing cancer disparities among American Indians through innovative technologies and patient navigation: the walking forward experience

Frontiers in Oncology Describes a pioneering program for bringing cancer care and research to American Indians This is the basis of our internationalizing the efforts to reach “First Nations” and related populations in resource-rich countries. First author Daniel Petereit, member ICEC Board of Directors. Read More