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Building capacity for cancer control in the lesser-resourced world : factors influencing success value and satisfaction by Dr. Simon B. Sutcliffe and Leigh J. Passman
Building capacity for cancer treatment in low-income countries with particular reference to East Africa by Ian Magrath and Simon Sutcliffe.
Session 1: Prevention of cancer and non-communicable diseases ; Session 2: Managing population health to prevent and detect cancer and non-communicable diseases ; Session 3: Coordinating care and treatment for cancer patients ; Session 4: Knowledge exchange - translating research into practice and …
This report provides an updated version of section 7.12 Endometrium from the "Second Expert Report : food, nutrition, physical activity and the prevention of cancer : a global perspective"
Session 1: Improving and sustaining prevention in cancer control ; Session 2: Mobilizing "all of society" for effective cancer control ; Session 3: Improving population health : using data and evidence to support policy and programmes ; Session 4: Improving integrated approaches to cancer treatment…
v.1: Congress report ; v.2: Background documents for the ICCC ; v.3: Abstract volume
This CUP report on colorectal cancer updates the 2011 CUP Colorectal Cancer Report and is based on the findings of the CUP Colorectal Cancer Systematic Literature Review (SLR) 2016 and the CUP Expert Panel discussion in June 2016.
Pt.1: Meeting proceedings ; Section 1: Forum summary ; Section 2: Forum outcomes and recommendations ; Pt.2: Resources and programs : themes ; Communities ; Cultural competency ; Language access ; Navigation ; Research ; Rural and remote ; Additional resources and programs
v.1: Global efforts with regional solutions : final report ; v.2: A milestone in cancer control policy ; v.3: Abstract volume ; The full session contents are on CD in volume 1.
This policy report derives from the recommendations of the 2007 WCRF/AICR expert reeot "Food, nutrition, physical activity, and the prevention of cancer : a global perspective."