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Here are a few of the latest society announcements:
The Gynecologic Cancer InterGroup (GCIG), Cervix Cancer Research Network (CCRN) is announcing a call for proposals to support small research initiatives which are aimed to improve the outcomes for women with cervical cancer in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMIC) where the disease is a burden and where national research groups are not yet established.
We are pleased to announce that five more IGCS fellows have recently completed their subspecialty gynecologic oncology training through the IGCS Gynecologic Oncology Global Curriculum & Mentorship Program! The IGCS fellows are the future leaders and champions of women’s health in their regions.
IGCS Members who are currently in training or have completed training within the last 5 years are eligible to join the Early Career Research & Publications Network. Log in to the Education Portal to view a recording of the recent Early Career workshop and download presentation slides.
February 4th is World Cancer Day! Watch this special episode of Conversations with Coleman. IGCS CEO, Mary Eiken joins Dr. Coleman to discuss They discuss the themes and key issues surrounding World Cancer Day, IGCS’s advocacy initiatives, and the importance of the IGCS Health Equity Statement as a guidepost to programing.
Members, log in to the Education Portal for the latest pathology resources and send your pathology questions to email@example.com. “Ask a Pathologist” is available to IGCS Members thanks to our Strategic Alliance Partnership with the International Society of Gynecological Pathologists.
Consistent with this mission and our focus on benefit to women and given the current heightened global awareness of and attention to social and health inequity, IGCS is issuing the following statement outlining its position on these important matters. Most succinctly put, IGCS supports all who espouse social and health equity around the globe.