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.
In Prof. Fujiwara’s first presidential message to IGCS’ members and friends, he expresses his thoughts about the society’s mission and highlights some of his overarching goals as he steps into the role of President of the International Gynecologic Cancer Society.
Its membership renewal season and the perfect time to join IGCS if you are not currently a member. All dues payments are applied to the 2023 membership term. IGCS provides year-round education, mentorship and training opportunities, and most recently, advocacy and outreach programming in support of our mission.
The cooperative initiative, organized by both Polish and Ukrainian oncogynecologists is based on a network of interpersonal contacts including Dr. Marcin Stanislaw Bobiński (Lublin, Poland) and Dr. Olha Hoptyana (Kyiv, Ukraine). Here are their stories.
The IGCS 2022 Annual Global Meeting was held September 29 – October 1 in New York City with several sessions broadcast live for virtual attendees. All the session recordings remain available to registered delegates through December 28, 2022.
In this episode of Conversations with Coleman, IGCS President, Dr. Robert Coleman is joined by Mr. Bernie Khoo, IGCS’ Information Technology Consultant and IGCS CEO, Ms. Mary Eiken.
The new IGCS Education360 Learning Portal features the technology of a learning management system, enhancing the educational experience for gynecologic cancer professionals worldwide. Discover the new features that make our education more accessible than ever.
The IGCS 2022 Annual Global Meeting is SIX weeks away and IGCS looks forward to providing our global delegation with the opportunity to learn about the latest clinical advances as well as international developments in research, and treatment for the holistic care of women with gynecological cancer. Register now to join us in-person or virtually!
These individuals truly deserve worldwide recognition for their contributions to the gynecologic oncology community. They motivate us all to imagine what we are capable of, inspire us to undertake ambitious projects, and strive to continually do better.
With a heavy heart, we relay the news that Mary “Dicey” Jackson Scroggins passed away on Monday, August 1st. The news of her death comes just a few weeks away from her 26th ovarian cancer survivorship anniversary.