A Broad Impact for Global Oncology JAMA Oncology, August 8, 2019. Co-authors from International Cancer Expert Corps Emphasizing the critical importance of EXPERTISE, the article, “A Broad Impact for Global Oncology” available at the bottom of this post and online at https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaoncology/fullarticle/2747881, emphasizes the breadth of opportunities for global oncology. The critical need for mentorship […]
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Global oncology demands attention, with approximately 9 million people dying from cancer annually. It provides an extraordinary opportunity to address the urgent need for cancer care and be a catalyst for solutions to address critical societal issues including the disruptive forces in and among countries involving the health of individuals and the planet, relationships among […]
ICEC’s response to Richard Horton’s thoughtful commentary, “Offline: Why has global health forgotten cancer?” was published in The Lancet. While prevention is critical, tackling cancer is about much more than just prevention. “The solution to the deficit of global cancer care is a systematic approach to build expertise, capacity, and capability using a sustainable model […]
Motivated by stunning projections regarding the rise of cancer cases globally to 25 million cases in 2035 with 70% of those occurring in low- and middle- income countries, coupled with the paucity of access to radiotherapy treatment – an essential component of curative and palliative care – a group of individuals from the International Cancer […]
ICEC’s Senior Scientific Advisor, Dr. C. Norman Coleman, received the Ellen L. Stovall Award for Innovation in Patient-Centered Cancer Care. The award recognizes exceptional providers who are transforming cancer care. The Stovall Award is awarded annually to individuals, organizations, or other entities who demonstrate innovation in improving cancer care for patients in America. NCCS created […]
October 17, 2018 Charles Schmidt, a science writer for Nature, highlights that health-care providers in low- and middle-income countries are shifting their focus away from infections, and towards the bigger problems of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. While cardiovascular diseases account for most NCD deaths, or 17.9 million people annually, cancers account for (9.0 million), respiratory diseases (3.9million), […]
Cancers linked to the human papillomavirus have increased significantly over the last 15 years in the United States, with throat cancer now the most common HPV-related malignancy, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday. More than 43,000 people developed HPV-associated cancer in 2015, compared with about 30,000 in 1999, the CDC said. At the same […]
The article, “ENLIGHT: European network for Light ion hadron therapy” published in the most recent Radiotherapy and Oncology issue, chronicles 15 years of ENLIGHT, reflecting the power and need for collaboration. ENLIGHT has been extremely influential in its work related to hadron therapy (HT), including topics such as patient selection, clinical trials, technology, radiobiology, imaging and health […]
Excellent new blog series on radiotherapy by Cancer Research UK provides a broad overview of radiotherapy treatment for cancer, tracing back to its roots in the 19th Century to how it’s used today. The online blog incorporates easy to understand videos chronicling radiotherapy through decades of research to refine, improve and innovate the treatment. Today radiotherapy […]