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Is cancer the world’s leading disease?
Evidence based policy making is crucial to improvise cancer prevention.
Session report from 2 October 2018, 15h50-16h50, room 403. Session chaired by Alison Cox, Cancer Research UK (United Kingdom)
Education, cancer research, improved access to technology and enrolment of women in surgical speciality is critical
International cooperation, fair pricing and transparency are the key elements to change the malfunctionning system to a better one. Join to find a creative solution.
Session report, from 2 October 2018, 09h30-11h00, room 403-404, chaired by Eveline Scheres, Dutch Cancer Society (Netherlands (the))
The World Cancer Congress established a special partnership with ASCO.
Discover this year's Congress highlights and get organised for Kuala Lumpur.
UICC has launched the UICC Awards for the first time this year, with the aim to acknowledge the outstanding work and initiatives of its 1,000 members around the world. The Awards Ceremony will take place at the 2018 Congress in Kuala Lumpur.
In the spirit of raising the game at each Congress and achieving high quality education standards, we will be launching two new streams to foster new thinking amongst participants in Kuala Lumpur.
We are pleased to announce that Dr Christopher Wild, Director of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), will be presenting the 2018 GLOBOCAN at this year’s Congress.
For the first time, the Global Village will be hosting the Wellness Pavilion, which will take Congress delegates on a completely different journey.
Building on its tremendous success at the 2016 World Cancer Congress, UICC's flagship programme tailored for CEOs of UICC membership will be taking place again in Kuala Lumpur.
Discover the 90 multidisciplinary sessions and 46 interactive presentations of the Congress and Patient Group Pavilion programmes respectively.
About 350 leaders will be attending the 2018 World Cancer Leaders' Summit to be held on the 1st of October in Kuala Lumpur, in conjunction with the 2018 World Cancer Congress.
Oman will welcome up to 4,000 cancer control experts from more than 140 countries at the 2020 World Cancer Congress.