8:30 - 10:00

517 AB
Plenary: Connecting globally to reduce inequalities
Eduardo Cazap (Argentina), Eduardo Franco (Canada)
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How we can reduce suffering and save more lives from cancer: opportunities and challenges
John Seffrin (United States)
PL.182-1
Overcoming inequalities in cancer care – using personal experiences of cancer to improve cancer control for all
HRH Princess Dina Mired (Jordan)
PL.182-2
Moving the global cancer agenda forward in partnership
George Alleyne (United States)
PL.182-3

10:00 - 10:30

Global Village
E-poster presentations and Networking break

10:30 - 12:00

518 - translation cabin
Concurrent track session: Plain packaging and health warnings for tobacco products - achieving and defending world precedents
Shoba John (India), Paula Johns (Brazil)
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Proposed by Canadian Cancer Society
Research behind the design of Australian plain packs
Melanie Wakefield (Australia)
CTS.1.123-1
The politics of plain packaging in Australia
Paul Grogan (Australia)
CTS.1.123-2
Australia s legal defence of plain packaging: latest developments
Jonathan Liberman (Australia)
CTS.1.123-3
The right of governments to set their public health policy: the case of Philip Morris international in Uruguay
Patricia Lambert (United States)
CTS.1.123-4
Tobacco package health warnings: international developments and best practices
Rob Cunningham (Canada)
CTS.1.123-5
524
Concurrent track session: How are cancer systems internationally responding to the opportunity and challenge of cancer survivorship
Eliezer Robinson (Israel)
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Proposed by: Israel Cancer Association
Survivors of adolescent and young adult cancer: a Canadian strategy
Krista Wilkins (Canada)
CTS.2.70-1
Policy and clinical initiatives of the Danish Cancer Society to address cancer survivorship
Frede Olesen (Denmark)
CTS.2.70-2
Models of care for cancer survivors
Kevin Oeffinger (United States)
CTS.2.70-3
Restructuring cancer services for cancer survivorship care, the Ontario experience
Carol A. Sawka (Canada)
CTS.2.70-4
The UK National cancer survivorship Initiative
Jane Maher (United Kingdom)
CTS.2.70-5
A Pan-Canadian initiative in cancer survivorship
Margaret Fitch (Canada)
CTS.2.70-6
520 AE
Concurrent track session: WHO efforts with palliative care
Cecilia Sepulveda (Switzerland), George Alleyne (United States)
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Proposed by World Health Organization
Palliative care in the WHO’s approach to NCDs
Cecilia Sepulveda (Switzerland)
CTS.3.149-1
Ensuring balance guidelines for controlled substances
Jim Cleary (United States)
CTS.3.149-2
WHO pediatric palliative care guidelines
Joan Marston (South Africa)
CTS.3.149-3
516 ABC
Concurrent track session: Working in partnership for cancer control
Wendy Yared (Belgium), M. Tezer Kutluk (Turkey)
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Proposed by: Association of European Cancer Leagues
European Partnership for Action Against Cancer
Tit Albreht (Slovenia)
CTS.4.5-1
European week against cancer - working in partnership for prevention and health promotion
Wendy Yared (Belgium)
CTS.4.5-2
Collaborating for the identification and dissemination of good practice in healthcare
Jose Maria Borras Andres (Spain)
CTS.4.5-3
Rare cancers Europe: joining multidisciplinary forces for action
Paolo Casali (Italy)
CTS.4.5-4
Collaborating to improve cancer screening in Europe
Lawrence Von Karsa (France)
CTS.4.5-5
Union for Mediterranean health - working against cancer across continents
Andreas Ullrich (Switzerland)
CTS.4.5-6
523
UICC session: Placing cancer on the global health and development agenda
Julie Torode (Switzerland), Judith Watt (United Kingdom)
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Proposed by: UICC
Success in the develoment – bringing the health systems strengthening message to life
Felicia Knaul (United States)
UICC.4.188-1
Rio+20 achieving share of voice for cancer and NCDs in the crowd
Alessandra Durstine (United States)
UICC.4.188-2
Taking the collaboration to country level – A UICC IPPF example in Central America
Alejandra Meglioli (United States)
UICC.188-3
Creating a common advocacy strategy with multiple stakeholders for a common cause. The Task Force on NCDs and womens health side event at the HIV-AIDs congress
Sally Cowal (United States)
UICC.4.188-4
NCD Alliance preparation for Rio+20, eminent panels..., first steps in the post-MDG debate
Shamim Hayder Talukder (Bangladesh)
UICC.4.188-5

12:05 - 13:25

Global Village
Lunchtime activities
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  • E-poster presentations
  • Sponsored sessions
  • UICC presentations
  • Interactive sessions: "How to" and "Meet the Expert"
  • Lunch in the Global Village
519 B
Sponsored session: Shattering global perceptions of cancer: how awareness campaigns are changing the course of this disease
Fernando Rodriguez Hernandez (Mexico)
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Proposed by: Lance Armstrong Foundation (LIVESTRONG)
“In your shoes” - a participatory exploration of the cancer experience
Christine Claypoole (United States)
SS.2.170-1
The need for knowledge - how does misinformation about cancer affect a country’s health system?
Felicia Knaul (United States)
SS.2.170-2
Building a global model programme to fight cancer stigma- success stories from South Africa and Mexico
Rebekkah Schear (United States)
SS.2.170-3
Wearing our beliefs: how Nike is fuelling a global awareness movement
Amanda Tucker (United States)
SS.2.170-4
516 ED
Sponsored session: Using mHealth to enhance global health
Edward Trimble (United States), Lisa Stevens (United States)
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Proposed by: National Cancer Institute (NCI)
mHealth and patient reported outcomes
Bradford Hirsch (United States)
SS.4.196-1
mHealth and Global Health: Opening New Windows of Opportunity to Reduce Mortality
Alain Labrique (United States)
SS.4.196-2
mHealth Apps
Alex Jadad (Canada)
SS.4.196-3

12:15 - 13:15

GV 1
How to: Healthy public policy in cancer prevention – web-based tools for policy change
Deb Keen (Canada)
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Proposed by: Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
Protecting children from junk food marketing: setting high standards
Tim Lobstein (United Kingdom)
HT.1.89-1
Preventing chronic illness through a focus on local policy: the environmental nutrition and activity (ENACT) local policy database
Linda Shak (United States)
HT.1.89-2
Prevention policies directory: a Canadian tool for healthy public policy development in cancer and chronic disease prevention
Michelle Halligan (Canada)
HT.1.89-3
519 A
Sponsored session: The role of cancer information services in enabling informed decision making
Roshini George (United States)
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Proposed by: International Cancer Information Services Group (ICISG)
The role of CIS in enabling informed decision making
Marion Morra (United States)
SS.2.141-1
How to start a cancer information service
Catherine Dickens (United Kingdom)
SS.2.141-2
Improving your cancer information service for supervisors and managers of a CIS
Chris Thomsen (United States)
SS.2.141-3
Key elements for operating and managing a CIS
Cora Honing (Netherlands)
SS.2.141-4
Testing new approaches to delivering information
Martin Ledwick (United Kingdom)
SS.2.141-5
GV 2
Meet the expert: Reducing the cervical cancer burden: advances in the Americas
Jeff Glenn (United States)
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Proposed by: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Cervical cancer situation in Latin America and the Caribbean and PAHO/WHO recommendations for the way forward: Implementation challenges
Silvana Luciani (United States)
ME.4.156-1
The role of primary care providers and community in Brazils network with regards to cervical cancer screening and vaccination
Mona Saraiya (United States)
ME.4.156-2
Updates on recent activities strengthening visual inspection with acetic acid in Bolivia
Mona Saraiya (United States)
ME.4.156-3
Increasing access to cervical cancer prevention through reproductive health networks in LAC
Alejandra Meglioli (United States)
ME.4.156-4
523
UICC session: Strategies and tools for linking global and local cancer advocacy
Julie Torode (Switzerland)
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Proposed by: UICC
Deputy CEO UICC and Director of Advocacy and Programmes
Julie Torode (Switzerland)
UICC.4.187-1
Chief Executive Officer, Breast Cancer Welfare Association Malaysia
Ranjit Kaur (Malaysia)
UICC.4.187-2
Professor of Radiology, College of Medicine, University of Nigeria Nsukka and Chairperson, 'Breast Without Spot' Initiative
Ifeoma Okoye (Nigeria)
UICC.4.187-3
Secretary General of the Norwegian Cancer Society
Anne Lise Ryel (Norway)
UICC.4.187-4

13:30 - 14:30

519 A
Parallel session: Occupational exposures and cancer - what do we know, what can we do ?
Terry Slevin (Australia)
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Proposed by. UICC and Cancer Council Western Australia
The current burden of occupational cancers and how we can identify possible carcinogens before the damage is done
Kurt Straif (France)
PS.1.157-1
Assessing the greatest opportunity for prevention
Lesley Rushton (United Kingdom)
PS.1.157-2
Toxic use reduction in North America
Rachel Massey (United States)
PS.1.157-3
How can cancer societies be involved - what should we do ?
Terry Slevin (Australia)
PS.1.157-4
GV 1
How to: Combating skin cancer - evidence based practice in skin cancer prevention
Craig Sinclair (Australia)
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Proposed by Cancer Council Victoria, Australia
Findings of the updated CDC community guide reviews of the impact of mass media and community-wide multi-component interventions relating to skin cancer prevention
Mona Saraiya (United States)
HT.1.19-1
Skin cancer prevention in Denmark: a case study of success in the first 5 years of a community-wide, multi-component intervention
Line Rasmussen (Denmark)
HT.1.19-2
Panel discussion: effective skin cancer prevention interventions in practice
Jen Makin (Australia), Line Rasmussen (Denmark), Mona Saraiya (United States)
519 B
Meet the expert: Tobacco industry strategies to confront national tobacco control efforts with trade agreements
Tania Cavalcante (Brazil), Douglas William Bettcher (Switzerland)
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Proposed by: National Cancer Institute of Brazil
Trade liberalisation and tobacco epidemic. WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control as a global response
Douglas William Bettcher (Switzerland)
ME.1.96-1
Innovative tobacco control measure and tobacco industry confrontation under international trade agreements in Australia - Plain packaging legislation
Jonathan Liberman (Australia)
ME.1.96-2
Innovative tobacco control measure and tobacco industry confrontation under international trade agreements in Canada - Prohibition of additives in cigarette
Denis Choini?re (Canada)
ME.1.96-3
Innovative tobacco control measure and tobacco industry confrontation under international trade agreements in Uruguay – Restriction of branding and increase of health warnings coverage on cigarette package
Silvina Echarte (Uruguay)
ME.1.96-4
Considerations on tobacco industry litigation against FCTC measures under WTO laws violation
Benn Mac Grady (United States)
ME.1.96-5
523
Parallel session: Improving participation in cancer screening programmes
Verna Mai (Canada)
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Proposed by: Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
How to work with underscreened communities/populations to improve participation in screening
Rebecca Lobb (United States)
PS.1.179-1
The benefits of an organised screening approach in reaching the target population through population-based invitations, reminders, and follow-up strategies
Lawrence Von Karsa (France)
PS.1.179-2
Reaching very remote underscreened populations – challenges and opportunities
André Langlois (Canada)
PS.1.179-3
The challenges of supporting informed decision-making in "recruitment" efforts to improve screening participation - implications for the "hard to reach" recruitment strategies
Christine Campbell (United Kingdom)
PS.1.179-4
524
Parallel session: Lifestyle programmes for cancer survivors
Kathy Chapman (Australia)
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Proposed by: Cancer Council New South Wales, Australia
ENRICH programme - an exercise & nutrition programme for cancer survivors and their carers
Kathy Chapman (Australia)
PS.2.46-1
Dietitian on call
Colleen Doyle (United States)
PS.2.46-2
Exercise guidelines and applications: LIVESTRONG at the YMCA
Anna Schwartz (United States)
PS.2.46-3
Mismatch between lifestyle needs of colorectal cancer survivors and clinicians views
Annie Anderson (United Kingdom)
PS.2.46-4
520 CF
Parallel session: Palliative care advocacy through the social media
Loyce Pace (United States), Jim Cleary (United States)
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Freedom from pain
Dan Hallen (Canada)
PS.3.176-1
Social media and palliative care
Christian Sinclair (United States)
PS.3.176-2
518 - translation cabin
Parallel session: Advocacy - core business for cancer control
HRH Princess Dina Mired (Jordan)
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Proposed by: Cancer Council New South Wales, Australia
Serve and advocate - the path to greater impact
Anita Tang (Australia)
PS.4.105-1
Role of advocacy for oncology professionals
Mohammad Islam (Canada)
PS.4.105-2
Involving patients and supporters in influencing governments
Sophie Jones (United Kingdom)
PS.4.105-3
Training and skills-building for advocacy
Pat Kelly (Canada)
PS.4.105-4
The link between fundraising and advocacy - the good news
Tim Gibbs (United States)
PS.4.105-5
GV 2
Meet the expert: Pathology in Africa
Matthew Tanko (Botswana)
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Proposed by: African Organisation for Research and Training in Cancer and American Society for Clinical Pathology
A Clinician’s perspective (clinician perspective on needs for pathology, how to better integrate pathology into clinical practice)
Matthew Tanko (Botswana)
ME.4.87-1
A Pathologist’s perspective (pathology needs and resources, limitations and what needs to be better developed)
Ann Nelson (United States)
ME.4.87-3
516 ED
Parallel session: Global surveillance of cancer survival
Michel Coleman (United Kingdom)
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Proposed by London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Why do we need global surveillance of cancer survival?
Michel Coleman (United Kingdom)
PS.4.3-1
The CONCORD-2 study - the role for population-based survival in evaluating health care in high-income