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Learn how we are enabling the creation of connected, multi-sectoral health systems with diverse stakeholders including governments, cancer care experts and civil society.
Strategic plan for the development of nuclear medicine for the public health sector in Asuncion
Operational strategies for Multidisciplinary Teams (MDTs) and development of protocols and guidelines
Having two official guidelines for the treatment of cervical and breast cancer in Paraguay is an achievement for the whole country and for C/Can. The implementation of these guidelines will have a huge impact and mean better results for patients.
The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding is a clear demonstration of the commitment of the different stakeholders to continue working to improve the quality of the response to cancer and thus to guarantee the recovery of potentially lost years of life and the quality of life of Colombians.
Working with C/Can is an incredible opportunity for any city that really wants to change its approach to cancer care by putting patients front and centre and bringing stakeholders together.
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Strengthening health service delivery
Providing technical expertise to support the planning, design and implementation of quality assured and standardised cancer care solutions.Learn MoreHealth service delivery
Developing health workforce capacity
Strengthening the skills, instincts, abilities, processes and resources that cities need to deliver quality cancer diagnosis, treatment and care.Learn MoreHealth workforce capacity
Catalysing health financing
Supporting the development of smart, data-driven investment strategies and providing tools to support local decision makers in allocating resources and leveraging opportunities for external funding.Learn MoreHealth financing
Improving health information systems
Developing tools and guidance, including digital, to enhance the availability, quality and sharing of data and insights while strengthening cancer surveillance.Learn MoreHealth information systems