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CANCER CONTROL

4 CANCER CONTROL 2021

Contents

05 Introduction

CANCER CONTROL INTERVIEW

06 Cancer Control interviews Dr Andre IIbawi, WHO's

Technical Officer for Cancer Control

André Ilbawi, MD, Technical Officer, Cancer Control;

Department of Noncommunicable Diseases Division

of Universal Health Coverage (Communicable and

Noncommunicable Diseases) and World Health Organization

GLOBAL CANCER INITIATIVES

11 The strengths of partnerships in addressing AMR for

better cancer care outcomes

Shalini Jayasekar Zurn, UICC; Sonali Johnson, UICC; Helle

Aagaard, ReAct Europe; Carina Alm, Norwegian Cancer

Society; Jon Kirknes, Norwegian Cancer Society and Anna

Zorzet, ReAct Europe

16 The SIOP Global Mapping Programme: What we are

learning and how it will benefit paediatric oncology care,

support and families across Africa

Neil Ranasinghe, SIOP Global Health, International Society

of Paediatric Oncology, London, UK; Joyce Balagadde

Kambugu, Paediatric Oncology, Uganda Cancer Institute,

Kampala, Uganda; Lorna Renner, Department of Child Health,

University of Ghana; Kathy Pritchard-Jones, University

College London (UCL) and Great Ormond Street Institute

of Child Health, London, UK; Alan Davidson, Paediatric

Haematology-Oncology Service, Red Cross War Memorial

Children's Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa; Maria El

Kababri, Department of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology,

Children's Hospital, Rabat, Morocco; Korede Akindele, The

Dorcas Cancer Foundation, Lagos, Nigeria; Eric Bouffet,

Paediatric Neuro-Oncology Program, University of Toronto,

Toronto, Canada; Julia Challinor, School of Nursing, University

of California San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA;

Laila Hessissen, Paediatric Hematology and Oncology Unit

of Rabat, Mohamed V University, Rabat, Morocco; Jennifer

Geel, Division of Paediatric Haematology/Oncology, Faculty of

Health Sciences, School of Clinical Medicine, University of the

Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

24 The development of global cancer networks in a time of

pandemic, decolonization and climate change

Mark Lodge, Executive Director INCTR UK, Convenor London

Global Cancer Week (LGCW) Oxford UK; Kim Diprose,

Independent consultant, UK Global Cancer Network; Richard

Cowan, Consultant in Clinical Oncology, The Christie School

of Oncology, Manchester UK; Susannah Stanway, Medical

Oncologist, London Global Cancer Week (LGCW) Steering

Committee UK; Danielle Rodin, Director, Global Cancer

Program, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto Canada;

Rebecca Morton Doherty, Director, Policy and Global Impact,

City Cancer Challenge Switzerland and Annie Young, Emerita

Professor of Nursing, Warwick Medical School, University of

Warwick, UK

28 Updating the economics of the "War on Cancer": The false

metaphor and faulty economics of the "War against Cancer"

Smita Srinivas, India Lead and Co-Investigator, the Innovation

for Cancer Care in Africa Project (ICCA), The Open University,

Milton Keynes UK and the National Centre for Biological

Sciences-Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (NCBS-TIFR)

Bengaluru, India.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

34 Women's cancers: do variations in patterns of care

explain the worldwide inequalities in survival and avoidable

premature deaths? The VENUSCANCER project

Dr Claudia Allemani, Professor of Global Public Health,

Cancer Survival Group, London School of Hygiene and Tropical

Medicine, UK

40 The importance of ancestry and diversity in cell line

collection and analysis for people of African ancestry

Simone Badal, The University of the West Indies, Mona

REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES

46 Cancer control in the Eastern Mediterranean Region

Ibtihal Fadhil, President, Eastern Mediterranean NCD

Alliance

49 Confronting inequitable access to health commodities for

the acceleration of cervical cancer elimination goals within

the Commonwealth

Dr Janneth Mghamba, Health Advisor, Commonwealth

Secretariat; Emily Gilmour, Health Research Officer,

Commonwealth Secretariat; Yunus Mohammed,

Executive Director, SAPAM; Victoria Rutter, Executive

Director, Commonwealth Pharmacists Association and

Layne Robinson, Head of Social Policy Development,

Commonwealth Secretariat

53 Addressing the need for palliative care in Nepal - the

building of a hospice and palliative care education centre in

Kathmandu

Max Watson, Consultant, Palliative Medicine Western

Trust, Director of Project ECHO at Hospice UK; Patricia

Newland, Executive Director, The Challenge Fund and Local

Radio Presenter on Current Affairs, UK; Rajesh Gongol, Vice

Chancellor, Patan Academy of Health Sciences, Founding

President Hospice Nepal and Stuart Brown, Consultant,

Palliative Medicine, Waikato Hospital, New Zealand

INCTR UPDATES

58 Mission, organization and achievements

62 INCTR Branches

63 INCTR Governing Council and partner institutions

in developing countries

64 Partners: Past and present

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