Policy makers and implementers met at the RT meeting in Geneva to move forward the efforts to globally eliminate cervical cancer. Dr Princess Nono Simelela, Assistant Director-General for Family, Women’s and Children’s Health at WHO, Professor Brendon Murphy, National Cervical Screening Program, Australia, and Dr Sharon Kapambwe, Ministry of Health, Zambia, gave key note addresses about the efforts in their organisations regarding cervical cancer prevention. Also international organisations including Pathfinders, CHAI, PSI, FIGO, USAID, Global fund, UNITAID reported on their ongoing activities.
http://www.eticcs.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/eticcs_logo_680.png 0 0 Hermann Bussmann http://www.eticcs.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/eticcs_logo_680.png Hermann Bussmann2019-05-31 22:16:002019-12-11 23:07:32May 19, 2019. 4th Geneva Round Table ‘Cervical Cancer: An NCD We Can Overcome’