Treatment for All

An exciting and inspiring advocacy campaign

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‘Treatment for All’ is the name of an exciting and inspiring advocacy initiative run by UICC. It calls on the international cancer community to address the global equity gap in access to cancer services by getting behind four essential pillars of cancer treatment and care:

  1. Improving the quality of cancer data for public health use
  2. Increasing the number of people with access to early detection and accurate cancer diagnosis
  3. Providing timely and quality treatment for early and metastatic disease for all
  4. Providing a basic supportive and palliative care service for all

The campaign encourages UICC members to identify priorities under Treatment for All that best fit their national needs and strategies. Additionally, in the next few years, UICC aspires to engage as many as 40 low- and middle-income countries in a comprehensive, guided process of their own Treatment for All campaigns, working to improve the provision of information, availability and access to cancer services for whole-of-population progress.

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Please note that we cannot provide individual aid to patients or their families. If you are seeking local support, please view our Map of Members to find organisations in your area.

Last update: 
Tuesday 13 August 2019