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The World Cancer Congress encourages innovative thinking and multisectoral collaboration in view of strengthening the impact and action of the global cancer community.

The 2018 Congress sponsor will held a series of sessions and activities at this year's conference, playing their part in increasing the delegates learning and networking experiences in Kuala Lumpur.

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Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC)

UICC Member and Partner
2018 Congress Gold Sponsor

Sharing Canada’s 10-years of progress with the global cancer community
Evidence shows that countries with a national cancer strategy are more successful in making progress in cancer control. More than a decade ago, the Canadian cancer community came together to create one of the first such strategies. The Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control set out three ambitious 30-years goals: that fewer Canadians develop cancer, fewer die from cancer, and those affected by cancer have a better quality of life.

The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer was created in 2006 to move the Strategy into action, working with partners throughout the system to implement it and measuring its progress. To do this, we created a network model that established collaborative relationships with the provinces and territories, non-governmental organizations, researchers, health professionals and many others.

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Astellas
UICC Partner
2018 Congress Gold Sponsor

The C3 Prize Challenge - do you have a passion for healthcare innovation and have an idea that may improve cancer care in low-and middle-income countries? 
If so, we want to hear from you! The Astellas Oncology C3 Prize® is a global challenge aimed at inspiring novel non-treatment ideas that may improve cancer care for patients and their loved ones. Launched in 2016, this year’s challenge will focus on solutions for cancer care in low-and middle-income countries, which bear a disproportionate burden of the global cancer epidemic.

The Astellas Oncology C3 Prize will award three prizes totaling $100,000 USD (one $50,000 USD and two $25,000 USD grants). In addition to the prize money, winners will receive a one-year “nights and weekends” membership to MATTER to help bring their ideas to life.

Applications are being accepted now through July 25, 2018 at www.C3Prize.com.

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