Since 1985, the International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS) has been uniting the globe in the fight against gynecologic cancer by contributing to the prevention, treatment and study of gynecologic cancer, as well as improvement in the quality of life among women suffering from gynecologic cancer throughout the world.

Featured Announcements

Conversations with Coleman

In this episode, Dr. Robert Coleman is joined by Prof. Donal Brennan and Prof. Sudha Sundar to discuss the problem of disparities in ovarian cancer care and IGCS’ newest initiative to unite clinicians, researchers, and advocates across the globe to improve outcomes for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer everywhere.

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Strategic Alliance Partner Highlight – Latin America

IGCS is proud of our strategic alliance partnership with Latin America and excited to highlight this flourishing partnership which currently has 217 members from: Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador. El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

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IGCS and Globe-athon Join Forces

Earlier this year, Dr. George Larry Maxwell, the founder of Globe-athon, approached the IGCS with a proposal to unify their network of physicians and advocates focused on gynecologic cancers worldwide by blending and integrating our programs.

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IJGC Journal Club

The November 16th journal club will explore the lead article in the November issue, Not immune to inequity: minority under-representation in immunotherapy trials for breast and gynecologic cancers, along with its accompanying editorial.

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Pathology Webinar

This Pathology Webinar was held November 12, 2021 and featured Dr. Angela Ralte's presentation titled "Intraoperative diagnosis of ovarian tumours: back to basics."

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IGCS 2021 Industry Supported Sessions

Now available on-demand: Industry supported sessions from the IGCS 2021 Annual Global Meeting.

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International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer
International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer
Education Portal

Featured Programs

We are uniting a global network of independent organizations and individuals in the fight against gynecologic cancer. Learn More 

Advocacy, Outreach & EngagementUniting a global network...

Advocacy, Outreach & Engagement

A comprehensive two-year education and training program designed for regions around the world that do not currently have formal training in gynecologic oncology. Learn More 

Global Curriculum & Mentorship ProgramRegional capacity building

Global Curriculum & Mentorship Program

Shingo Fujii Young Doctors Summit Travel Grants and the International Visiting Scholar & Mentorship Program provide funding for members in low resource settings to travel for education and training. Learn More 

Funding Opportunities For education, training and mentorship...

Funding Opportunities

Our online community connects IGCS members across the globe, providing a platform to share knowledge, exchange ideas, and keep in touch. Learn More 

Social Link: An Online Member CommunityConnect and share knowledge

Social Link: An Online Member Community

The Education Committee develops educational resources for our multidisciplinary membership in low, middle and high income areas. Learn More 

Online EducationMembers have access to a growing library...

Online Education

A network to provide early career members with a supportive network of peers and mentors to discuss publishing and writing as critical components to career development. Learn More 

Early Career Research & PublicationsA supportive network of peers and mentors

Early Career Research & Publications


We strive for global representation, reflecting the diverse cultural, economic and geographic impact of gynecologic cancer.

IGCS has experienced tremendous growth in the past three years thanks to our Strategic Alliance Partners with over 3200 members and growing.


We strive to improve care for women around the world affected by gynecologic cancers through education, training, outreach and public awareness.

IGCS Global Membership

*Hover over each country to appreciate the growth and see the number of members in each region.


  • Gynecologic Oncologist
  • Surgical Oncologist
  • Medical Oncologist
  • Radiation Oncologist
  • Pathologist
  • Allied Health
  • Residents
  • Fellows