Every two years, UICC brings together key decision makers in cancer control and public health from around the world at the World Cancer Leaders’ Summit. In 2023, some 300 global influencers from across governments, UN agencies, academia, non-profit organisations and the private sector will gather in Long Beach, California on 16-17 October.
This premier event offers participants a unique opportunity to exchange perspectives on the opportunities and challenges facing the cancer community. Importantly, the high-level meetings address issues of international as well as regional and national importance, with discussions focused on tailored responses. The specific theme for next year’s edition will be announced shortly.
The event will be hosted by the American Society of Clinical Pathology, a UICC full member. The World Cancer Leaders’ Summit also partners traditionally with the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Find out more about the World Cancer Leaders’ here. Participation in the World Cancer Leaders’ Summit is by invitation only, without registration fees.