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Preinvasive Disease "Train the Trainers" Course

The IGCS “train the trainers” course on colposcopy, LEEP, and concepts in cervical cancer prevention for African countries was hosted in Mozambique in July 2023. Read on to learn how this training is improving women’s cancer care in Africa.

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Global Curriculum News

Congratulations to the following Fellows for completing the IGCS Gynecologic Oncology Global Curriculum & Mentorship Program!

World Ovarian Cancer Day

As we prepare for World Ovarian Cancer Day, learn more about the IGCS’ joint initiative with the WOCC on the Every Woman Study Low- and Middle-income Edition, our upcoming Patient Roundtable dedicated to genetic testing, and learn how you can contribute to ovarian cancer awareness.

IGCS and the GOG Foundation Partner for Education

The GOG Foundation, Inc. (GOG) and IGCS are pleased to announce a strategic partnership whereby the GOG will be the preferred educational provider for Industry Supported Symposia (ISS) starting at the 2023 IGCS Global Annual Meeting in Seoul. Together, we will work synergistically to determine the most relevant topics for symposia each year and the optimal delivery method.

President's Message: Early Career

IGCS President, Prof. Keiichi Fujiwara shares the importance of teaching the next generation of gynecologic oncologists. “We must continue to prepare those who are just starting out in their careers — they are the future of this great Society.”

Global Fellowship Program Impact Report

We are proud to share the Annual Impact Report for the International Gynecologic Cancer Society’s Global Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship Program. See just how impactful our flagship program has been in training gynecologic oncology specialists in regions of the world that urgently need skilled professionals.

IGCS and Nezhat Family Foundation Join Forces

IGCS and The Nezhat Family Foundation are partnering to revolutionize women’s healthcare worldwide through training in advanced minimally invasive and robotic surgery. The IGCS leadership is grateful to the Nezhat Family Foundation for their generosity and dedication to advancing surgical care to benefit patients worldwide.

IGCS Member Spotlight: Dr. Jean-Claude Ulysse

“I am proud to be a part of the IGCS because this means I am part of a bigger group fighting one enemy—cancer.” Read more from Dr. Jean-Claude Ulysse’s Member Spotlight.

Survivorship Survey

If you are a gynecologic cancer survivor, or a family member/caregiver, we’d love to gain your feedback on your experiences and needs regarding survivorship care — meaning the care and support services needed throughout and beyond curative treatment.