Transforming-Cancer-Care-from-the-Ground-Up-C/CAN

Transforming cancer care from the ground up

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Working group on how to build gender-responsive health systems for cancer care

Digital solutions for improved cancer care in LMICs

Insured but not covered: Challenges for cancer patients with Private Health Insurance in Malaysia.

Breakthrough in Global Cancer Care: New Quality Indicators Unveiled for Low-to-Middle Income Countries

Siemens Healthineers expands partnership with City Cancer Challenge

We support city-led cancer solutions to improve and sustain access to equitable, quality cancer care.

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Explore our areas of action

C/Can cities

Cities taking the lead in the design, planning and implementation of cancer care solutions.

  • Multidisciplinary-treatment-of-breast-and-cervical-cancers-City-Cancer-Challenge

    Multidisciplinary treatment of breast and cervical cancers

  • Improving-laboratory-information-ecosystem-C/CAN

    Improving laboratory information ecosystem

Explore our work

Discover the projects we are co-creating with our cities to transform access to quality and equitable cancer care.

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Cross City Projects

Gender-responsive health systems for cancer care

Cross City Projects

Seed grants for cancer health system research in C/Can cities

Cross City Projects

Implementation science masterclass

Asuncion, Paraguay

Readiness for Access to Breast Cancer Oncology Medicines in Paraguay

Tbilisi, Georgia

Budget impact analysis for the reimbursement of cancer diagnostics in Tbilisi

Global-Coalition-for-Cancer-Diagnostics
Cross City Projects

Global coalition for cancer diagnostics

Driving-quality-cancer-care-in-Asia
Greater Petaling, Malaysia

Driving quality cancer care in Asia

Teleecho-for-oncology-nursing
Cross City Projects

TeleEcho for oncology nursing

Human-resources-development-for-palliative-care-in-Yangon-Kumasi-and-Kigali
Cross City Projects

Human resources development for palliative care in Yangon, Kumasi and Kigali

Fostering-an-innovation-mindset-and-power-skills-to-drive-change-scaled
Cross City Projects

Fostering an innovation mindset and power skills to drive change

Leadership-programme-for-women-in-oncology
Cross City Projects

Leadership programme for women in oncology

Capacity-development-of-primary-health-care-professionals-on-the-management-of-childhood-cancers
Cross City Projects

Capacity development of primary health care professionals on the management of childhood cancers

TeleEcho-for-palliative-care
Cross City Projects

TeleEcho for palliative care

Scaling-Innovative-Finance-for-Cancer-Care
Cross City Projects

Scaling Innovative Finance for Cancer Care

Developing-city-health-financing-change-makers
Cross City Projects

Developing city health financing change makers

Stories from our cities

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  • ASCP
  • ASCO
  • AMGEN
  • Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation
  • Republique et Canton de Geneve
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  • IAEA
  • IFC
  • ISNCC logo (1)
  • MSD
  • Roche
  • UN Habitat
  • The World Bank
  • WHO-EN-C-V
Dr Feisul Mustapha

Health is not just the responsibility of the Ministry of Health, it is the responsibility of everyone. C/Can’s Multisectoral initiative is bringing all stakeholders on board to work together on a patient-centred approach. The MoH is providing full support to C/Can’s work in Greater Petaling.

Dr Feisul Mustapha
Deputy Director (Non-Communicable Diseases) at Malaysian Ministry of Health
Dr Victoria Elegant

C/Can, with its local presence, provides us the opportunity to better understand and support the needs of local stakeholders to address the persistent barriers to get the right medicine to the right patient at the right time through a whole-of-system approach. At Amgen we are committed to make a difference on the ground and widen access to better cancer care.

Dr Victoria Elegant
Global Lead, Access to Healthcare at Amgen
Bente Mikkelsen

In this new era of Cancer Control, WHO is excited to be partenering with C/Can to advance action in the ground. Together we have the opportunity to cocreate and test new ways of measuring quality cancer care, engaging the local cancer community as part of targeted action to build a skilled and professional workforce.

Bente Mikkelsen
Director of the WHO’s NCD Department
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