Support IGCS and reach thousands of physicians, caregivers and survivors across the globe with prominent placement on key pages of the IGCS website.

Web pages available for sponsorship:

Advocacy, Outreach & Engagement
This is the landing page for all of our advocacy, outreach and engagement efforts. This page features regional advocacy events and groups, survivor stories and photos of advocates in action. The page also links to patient and caregiver resources about women’s cancers, clinical trials and other items of interest.

Target audience: patients, caregivers, advocates, and health care professionals interested in advocacy

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Clinical Trials 
This page links our web visitors to information about clinical trials and to prominent clinical trial groups.

Target audience: patients and caregivers

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Member Center
This is the landing page for IGCS Members when logging in to the members-only section of the website.

Target audience: IGCS Members (Approximately 3000 healthcare professionals dedicated to gynecologic cancers)

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Members-Only Education Portal
The landing page for IGCS Members’ Online Education is password protected for member access. This is the entry page that connects our members with hundreds of educational videos and resources developed by the IGCS Education Committee.

Target audience: IGCS Members (Approximately 3000 healthcare professionals dedicated to gynecologic cancers)

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Early Career Research & Publications Network (Members-Only)
IGCS has gathered a group of young doctors into a network to provide early career members with a supportive group of peers and mentors to discuss publishing and writing as critical components to career development. Sponsorship placement is available on the group landing page, which is password-protected for members only. The group uses this social network page to interact with each other, learn about group activities, share resources and hold online discussions.

Target audience: IGCS Members within 5 years of completing sub-specialty training (approximately 100 early career professionals)

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