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Dr Julie Torode is Deputy CEO and Advocacy & Programmes

Director of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC).

Her primary role involves managing and advancing the UICC's

five-year global advocacy plan to reduce the global cancer

burden by integrating cancer control planning into key global

health and development agendas. Prior to joining UICC, she

spent 10 years in Germany working in the pharmaceutical

industry including phase I-IV clinical research, with a particular

focus on breast and ovarian cancers. Dr Torode holds a PhD in

Organic Chemistry from the University of Liverpool, UK.

Kristina Collins is the Global Advocacy Coordinator of the Union

for International Cancer Control (UICC). Her primary role

involves advancing the UICC's five-year global advocacy plan to

reduce the global cancer burden by integrating cancer control

planning into key global health and development agendas. She

holds a combined Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts

(German major) and a Diploma in Modern Languages (French)

from the University of Melbourne, Australia.

Dr Brenda Kostelecky is the Team Lead for Planning, Policy and

Outreach at the National Cancer Institute's Center for Global

Health where she has led development of the International

Cancer Control Partnership and the Cancer Control Leadership

Forum Program. Dr Kostelecky has a PhD in molecular biology

from University College London, UK, and furthered her training

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References

1. World Health Organisation, Global Monitoring Framework for Non-Communicable

Diseases, http://www.who.int/nmh/ncd-tools/target1/en/

2. International Agency for Research on Cancer, Press Release No 223,

http://www.iarc.fr/en/media-centre/pr/2013/pdfs/pr223_e.pdf, accessed on 21st

January 2014.

3. Ibid.

4. Ibid.

5. The Global Economic Burden of Non-communicable Diseases - prepared by the World

Economic Forum and the Harvard School of Public Health (2011)

http://www3.weforum.org/docs/wef_harvard_he_globaleconomicburdennoncomm

unicableDiseases_2011.pdf

6. Knaul FM, Arreola-Ornelas H, Atun R, Mendez O, Guerrero R, Alsan M, Seinfeld J.

Investing in cancer care and control. Chapter 3 in: Knaul FM, Gralow JR, Atun R,

Bhadelia A. editors for the Global Task Force on Expanded Access to Cancer Care and

Control in Developing Countries. Closing the Cancer Divide: An Equity Imperative.

Cambridge, MA: Harvard Global Equity Initiative; 2012. Distributed by Harvard

University Press.

7. Ibid.

8. Ibid.

9. Ibid.

10. World Health Organisation http://www.who.int/cancer/nccp/en/

11. UICC, Advocacy Toolkit, Geneva 2012.

http://uicc.org/sites/main/files/private/enccptoolk_fa.pdf

12 Ibid.

13. Cancer control: Planning WHO guide for effective programmes (2006).

14. Freddie Bray, Ariana Znaor, Patricia Cueva, Anne Korir, Rajaraman Swaminathan,

Andreas Ullrich, Susan A. Wang, and Donald Maxwell Parkin. Planning and developing

population-based cancer registration in low- and middle-income settings. Lyon, France:

International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC Technical Publication No. 43) 2014.

15. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Program of Cancer Registries:

About the Program. Available at: http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/npcr/about.htm#1.

16. World Health Organisation, Assessing national capacity for the prevention and

control of non-communicable diseases: report of the 2010 global survey, Geneva, WHO

Press: 2012.

17. Ibid.

18. Ibid.

19. Ibid.

20. Ibid.

21. Ibid.

22. World Health Organisation, Global Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of

NCDs 2013-2020, Geneva, WHO Press: 2013.

23. Ibid.

24. World Health Organisation http://www.who.int/nmh/events/2014/high-levelunga/en/.

25. International Cancer Control Partnership Portal http://www.iccp-portal.org/worldcancer-day-2015-webinar-role-nccps.

26. World Health Organisation http://www.who.int/cancer/country-profiles/en/,

International Cancer Control Partnership Portal http://www.iccp-portal.org/countrycancer-profiles.

27. American Cancer Society, the International Agency for Research on Cancer and the

Union for International Cancer Control http://canceratlas.cancer.org/, International

Cancer Control Partnership Portal http://www.iccp-portal.org/cancer-atlas-2nd-edition.

28. International Cancer Control Partnership Portal, http://www.iccpportal.org/multimedia.

through the American Association for the Advancement of

Science (AAAS) Science and Technology Policy Fellowship.

Rebecca Morton Doherty coordinates UICC's advocacy efforts in

the noncommunicable disease arena and across UICC's key

programme areas including access to pain relief, cancer

registration, and women's cancers. She has a BA Honours degree in

Political Sciences from the University of Warwick, UK, and a

Masters degree in gender and development from the London

School of Economics, UK. Rebecca has spent 10 years in the NGO

sector, with a focus on advocacy and policy development in the

global health, human rights and development fields.

Dr Lisa Stevens, PhD, is the Deputy Director for the Center for

Global Health at the US NCI. Her work focuses primarily on

building partnerships in support of global cancer research and

cancer control. She also works with countries on developing or

implementing cancer control plans.

Dr Cynthia Vinson is a Senior Advisor for the Implementation

Science (IS) Team in the Division of Cancer Control and Population

Sciences at the National Cancer Institute. In her current position

she works on building and sustaining the field of implementation

science in order to enhance the integration of evidence-based

guidelines, programmes, and policies for cancer control in public

health and clinical

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