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GLOBAL CANCER INITIATIVES

27 CANCER CONTROL 2021

Richard Cowan is Professor in Clinical Oncology at the Christie

Hospital Manchester, University of Manchester. He is also Director

of the Christie School of Oncology. He is an international examiner

in Oncology and is involved in delivering international cancer

courses . He is Chair of the UK Global Cancer Network

Susannah Stanway worked at consultant level beween 2012

and 2020 at the Royal Marsden Hospital London UK and had

an associate honorary faculty position at the Institute of Cancer

Research. Her principle research and education interests centre

around cancer control in LMICs. She has actively contributed to

oncology education of junior doctors by facilitating "train the

trainers courses" in East Africa a partnership between the East

African Development Bank, the British Council and the Royal

College of Physicians. She founded and chaired the steering group

of the "Cancer Control in LMICs" conference held annually at the

Royal Society of Medicine since 2016 which in 2019 inspired the

annual London Global Cancer Week

Danielle Rodin is a radiation oncologist at Princess Margaret

Cancer Centre (PM) and Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology

at the University of Toronto (UTDRO). She is Director of the

PM Global Cancer Program, Director of Equity, Diversity, and

Professionalism at UTDRO, and a member of the UICC Board of

Directors.

Rebecca Morton Doherty is a global health and development

professional with over 15 years' experience in the international

non-profit sector. As Director of Policy and Impact at the City

Cancer Challenge Foundation, she leads work to ensure that the

Foundation generates and shares high-quality evidence to inform

decision-making and scale impact for improved access to quality

cancer care.

Annie Young is Emerita Professor of Nursing at Warwick Medical

School and University Hospital, Coventry, UK. Annie works

initiating and implementing research encompassing supportive

care for people with cancer. She mentors many professionals,

globally. Educationally, Annie's focus is global cancer care; she coleads the 'Global Power

of Oncology Nursing' conference.

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0&population_group=0&ages_group%5B%5D=0&ages_group%5B%5D=17&

group_cancer=1&include_nmsc=1&include_nmsc_other=1.

2. LGCW. London Global Cancer Week 2021 [Available from: https://www.lgcw.org.uk.

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