The Coalition

Be part of the Coalition

The Coalition is an empowered collective, made up of change makers, problem solvers and visionaries determined to take on one of the most critical challenges in cancer care.

How you can contribute

As members of the Coalition, you are an equal collaborator in the process of developing cancer diagnostic solutions and technologies that will deliver meaningful change in some of the most resource-challenged settings. The Coalition is an empowered collective, made up of change makers, problem solvers and visionaries determined to take on one of the most critical challenges in cancer care.

Help bridge the gap in quality and timely cancer diagnostics through supporting the Coalition with your expertise, workforce, equipment and capital.

Imaging technology providers and private operators Diagnostic pathology and laboratory development, supply & operations Other relevant areas
  • Imaging equipment supply, maintenance and operations
  • Imaging specifications for construction and housing
  • Imaging reagents/supplies (contrast dies, nuclear medicine, etc.)
  • Imaging cloud support via ISP
  • Diagnostic pathology/laboratory equipment supply and maintenance
  • Laboratory operators
  • Diagnostic innovations including molecular analysis, biomarker discovery, and AI-powered algorithms
  • Diagnostic pathology/laboratory construction, “consumables” (used for each patient) and “non-consumables” (used across many samples)
  • Diagnostic pathology recycling companies
  • IT systems and software support for pathology laboratories and imaging services (e.g., APLIS, LIS, RIMS)
  • Credentialing/inspection organisations (government or non-governmental)

Be part of the solution

Become part of a global network of international and local organisations working hand-in-hand to assess local needs and identify innovative solutions to improve cancer diagnosis in LMICs.

  • Receive exclusive invitations to participate in co-development sprint workshops and events
  • Gain unique insights into key local challenges and capacity building needs for cancer diagnosis
  • Share solutions with local stakeholders that can help solve existing challenges
  • Deepen your organisation’s work and engagement in resource-challenged settings
  • Co-create and implement fit-for-purpose solutions that will have a sustainable impact over the medium and long term
  • Share available solutions with local stakeholders that can help solve existing challenges

Guiding Principles for Collaboration

Each coalition member is considered a valued and equal contributor to achieving the objectives of the Coalition. Coalition members are expected to demonstrate commitment to:

  1. Positively working together to achieve the goals and aims of the Coalition
  2. Respecting and supporting the independence, integrity and reputation of C/Can and C/Can cities in their work to achieve timely and quality cancer diagnosis
  3. Collaborating with mutual respect, cooperation, communication, transparency and productivity
  4. Acting at all times with integrity and ethical conduct

C/Can Diagnostics Partners