"The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) unites and supports the cancer community to reduce the global cancer burden, to promote greater equity, and to ensure that cancer control continues to be a priority in the world health and development agenda."
Drawing on the learnings of the COVID-19 pandemic and the power of modifying behaviour to promote health, Swiss Re's Global Chief Medical Officer, John Schoonbee, discusses the role of lifestyle choices in preventing cancer.
Due to ongoing travel restrictions to the US, UICC has decided that the World Cancer Leaders’ Summit on 25th-26th October will go fully virtual. An online platform allows participants to enjoy the full Summit programme.
This 3-20 September, employees of Bristol Myers Squibb will cycle 3,000km across seven countries in the Country to Country for Cancer (C2C4C) in support of cancer research and European cancer organisations.
Eduardo Pisani, CEO of All.Can International, presents his understanding of efficient cancer care and the vital role of data in making equitable access to high-quality care a reality for everyone affected by cancer.
Diane Flayart at UICC's partner BD looks at common needs and interventions for COVID-19 and AMR and how to apply learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic to the global challenge of drug-resistant infections.
April through end June, UICC ran a series of Virtual Dialogues that addressed specific regional challenges faced by cancer organisations and looked at solutions and best practices relevant to their situation.
Under the theme "Driving innovation to advance cancer control equitably",participants of the World Cancer Leaders’ Summit 2021 will discuss how to improve prevention, early detection and treatment of cancer through innovative approaches.