Learn more about the IGCS 2023 President’s Invited Guest Speakers – DeleteC!
Prof. Fujiwara announces his Presidential Plenary at the 2023 IGCS Annual Global Meeting in Seoul will focus on Palliative Care.
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.
We are pleased to announce that the Korean Society of Gynecologic Oncology (KSGO) has joined the IGCS Strategic Alliance Partnership Program.
February 4th is World Cancer Day – a day when the world unites to raise awareness of key issues and build or strengthen coalitions for global cancer control. Read IGCS President, Dr. Keiichi Fujiwara’s Presidential Message.
IGCS Members have the extinction of cervical cancer in their sights, aiming to eradicate the disease by training a multitude of specialists armed with the knowledge to prevent, treat, and spread this live-saving information worldwide. Through the IGCS’ mentorship and training programs, we’ve been able to formalize a training curriculum to do just that.
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Raise awareness with the IGCS social media toolkit, learn how IGCS supports the WHO Cervical Cancer Elimination Initiative and catch up on recent advances in therapeutics.
The transition into a new year is always a time to rewind and reflect, to recharge and refocus. End-of-year message from IGCS CEO, Mary Eiken.
The Women Global Cancer Initiative and the Chuang Family have each pledged multi-year grants to support the IGCS Gynecologic Oncology Global Curriculum. This program is a sustainable solution increasing the capacity for quality gynecologic cancer care and research, now being utilized at 20 training sites in low-resource settings.
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The IGCS Global Curriculum is expanding to even more locations – bringing subspecialty training to regions of the world that urgently need skilled professionals. The newest training sites adopting our curriculum this past year are in Haiti, Rwanda, and Nigeria (Enugu, Ibadan, Lagos, and Zaria).
IGCS is expanding its Strategic Alliance Partnership to the country of Georgia and the Caucasus region. the Kazakh Cancer Society and the American Eurasian Cancer Alliance —we’ll combine our outreach efforts to further develop the field of gynecologic oncology within the region, a goal that our colleagues in Georgia are eager to achieve.