Cervical Cancer Elimination series

In this series UICC and partners bring global health leaders, advocates and policymakers together to discuss the challenges and solutions to creating an enabling environment towards the 90:70:90 targets by 2030.

Virtual Dialogues series: Cervical cancer elimination

A series of virtual dialogues to inspire national action towards elimination of cervical cancer in all countries.

Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers. However, the latest Globocan data estimated that 348,000 women died from cervical cancer globally in 2022. Most of these deaths occurred in low- and lower-middle income countries (LMICs) due to inadequate access to cervical cancer prevention, early detection, treatment and palliative care and it is the poorest and marginalised communities that are suffering the most.

In November 2020, the WHO launched a global strategy to accelerate the elimination of cervical cancer as a public health problem. The Strategy proposes an elimination threshold of 4 cases per 100,000 women, achieved by implementing the triple intervention targets by 2030. Despite the decision to move to a virtual 73rd World Health Assembly (WHA) with a sole focus on COVID-19 in May 2020, Member States were able to adopt the WHO Global Strategy for elimination of cervical cancer via ‘silence procedure’ followed by an official launch of the Global Strategy at a virtual event on 17 November and celebration of this landmark decision as a once-in-a-generation opportunity to eliminate one of the deadliest, but also most preventable and successfully treatable, forms of cancer for women.

Harnessing this momentum, we now need to ensure that global commitments are translated to national action with improved and equitable access to HPV vaccination, HPV-DNA screening and management of pre-cancers and cancers. In this series UICC and partners bring global health leaders, advocates and policymakers together to discuss the challenges and solutions to creating an enabling environment which will accelerate towards the 90:70:90 targets by 2030.

Registration

Upcoming dialogues in the series, including registration links, will appear below as soon as confirmed. On-demand recordings of past dialogues will also be accessible below once the live event as taken place.

Series dialogues

Virtual Dialogue: Implementing 70:90 – Leveraging lessons learned, building momentum

Virtual Dialogue Breast cancer series
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Dialogue Virtuel - Rôle des partenariats pour l'élimination du cancer du col de l'utérus: opportunités en Afrique francophone

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Cervical Cancer Elimination series - Estimating and responding to the suffering of women with cervical cancer | WHO-UICC

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Cervical Cancer Elimination series - Your roadmap to 2030 | UICC

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Cervical Cancer Elimination series - A need for and driver of health convergence

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Cervical Cancer Elimination series - Increasing access to screening and treatment to prevent cervical cancer

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UICC's Virtual Dialogues provide members, and the cancer community, with regular opportunities to connect, exchange knowledge, access expert insights, and share solutions from the comfort of one's office or home.

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Tobacco control Virtual Dialogue

UICC aims to engage all key stakeholders in the tobacco control and cancer communities in discussing key actions to ensure global committments on tobacco control translate into national policy actions ultimately leading to a reduction in the burden of tobacco-related cancer and other diseases.

Virtual Dialogues series: Breast Cancer

The breast cancer series aims to highlight these key issues and foster focused discussions amongst UICC members and renowned experts on key actions needed to reduce the global breast cancer burden.

Cancer and COVID19 series

UICC invited the cancer community to reflect on some of the changes set in motion by COVID-19, and discuss the implications for cancer prevention and control.

Last update

Tuesday 09 April 2024

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