Find out more about UICC's activities by reading its annual reports.
Presenting UICC's Annual Report 2022: Highlighting achievements in global cancer control
Within the pages of UICC's Annual Report for 2022, you’ll discover a year of significant achievements and collective efforts. From knowledge sharing to empowering advocacy, learn about the tangible outcomes that have impacted global collaboration in cancer control.
We invite you to explore the full report and gain valuable insights into the dynamic landscape of the UICC community.
Download the 2022 Annual Report
In 2021, UICC members persevered in the face of the pandemic’s many challenges, maintaining and even increasing their level of engagement across UICC programmes and activities. At the same time, UICC worked to strengthen relationships with its members by keeping in constant communication and responding to members’ needs through online engagement and specific learning opportunities to help address new and unique demands arising from the pandemic.
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Download the 2021 Annual Report
2020 was an unprecedented one for UICC members and partners, as it was for most around the world. In its work, the UICC team in Geneva was consistently inspired by the resilience and commitment shown by Individuals and organisations struggled through the pandemic in pursuing their invaluable work through the pandemic.
Download the 2020 Annual Report
The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) is the oldest and largest global membership organisation dedicated to the fight against cancer. UICC is the largest international cancer organisation representing all cancer types, across the cancer care continuum.
Cancer control aims to reduce the incidence, morbidity and mortality of cancer and to improve the quality of life of cancer patients in a defined population, through the systematic implementation of evidence-based interventions for prevention, early detection, diagnosis, treatment and supportive care.
The UICC Team is composed of over 40 passionate individuals eager to make a difference in the fight against cancer.
UICC has received or been shortlisted for a number of awards recognising its efforts in improving its various services to its members, partners and the general cancer community.
UICC plays a unique and important role in the global cancer and health communities.
At UICC, issues of equity and gender equality in global health are embedded in the core functioning and vision of the organisation.
TNM (“Tumour”, “Nodes”, “Metastases”) cancer staging system is a globally recognised standard and unified system for classifying the extent of spread of cancer.
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