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Go Further at World Cancer Congress

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Crystal Cazier
Senior Program Manager, Global Health
George W. Bush Institute

The partners of Go Further are delighted to be participating in the World Cancer Congress. Here’s how you can learn more about our partnership, the contributions of the partners, and the work being done.

Launched in May 2018, Go Further is an innovative public-private partnership between the U.S. President Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the George W. Bush Institute, UNAIDS, Merck, and Roche.

 

Go Further is committed to creating a healthier future for women by integrating and scaling-up cervical cancer screening and treatment services within existing platforms for HIV prevention and treatment and women’s health.

 

The partners of Go Further are delighted to be participating in the World Cancer Congress. Here’s how you can learn more about our partnership, the contributions of the partners, and the work being done in 12 African countries to reduce incidence and deaths from cervical cancer, especially among women living with HIV.

 

Attend a Session that Features the Partnership’s Work

 

Plenary Session: Building Back Better for Cancer Control

 

    • WHEN: Tuesday, October 18, 9am – 9:50am, GMT+2

 

    • ABOUT: In this opening session, Eamonn Murphy, Deputy Executive Director a.i. Programmes for UNAIDS, will highlight Go Further as an innovative and important public private partnership for people-centered, integrated, and needs-responsive healthcare.

 

 

The road to global cervical cancer elimination: The role of multi-stakeholder collaboration in scaling equitable access to prevention, screening & diagnosis

 

    • WHEN: Tuesday, October 18, 5pm – 6pm, GMT+2

 

    • LOCATION: Room 8

 

    • ABOUT: In this panel session, experts will discuss opportunities for multi-stakeholder collaboration to scale up equitable and sustainable cervical cancer elimination efforts globally. Sofiat Akinola, Roche Diagnostics International, will provide insight to Roche’s role in the Go Further partnership and how all partners are working together toward a healthier future for women in sub-Saharan Africa.

 

    • ORGANIZERS: Cervivor (United States) & Roche Diagnostics International Ltd (Switzerland)

 

 

Abstract Rapid Fire Session: Equity and Cancer

 

    • WHEN: Tuesday, October 18, 5pm – 6pm, GMT+2

 

    • LOCATION:  Room 3

 

    • ABOUT: Crystal Cazier, Senior Program Manager of Global Health at the George W. Bush Institute will present an abstract co-authored with Paul Chilwesa, Population Health Impact Leader for Roche, Strategies for Accelerating Access to Treatment for Advanced Cervical Cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa.

 

 

Improving financing for cancer care: innovative approaches for low and middle-income countries

 

    • WHEN: Tuesday, October 19, 9:40am – 11:10am, GMT+2

 

    • LOCATION: Room 8

 

    • ABOUT: This session will explore the role of multi-stakeholder partnerships like Go Further in shaping the funding, design, and delivery of proposed financing models for cancer care.

 

    • ORGANIZERS: Roche (Switzerland)

 

 

Review an Abstract

 

Strategies for Accelerating Access to Treatment for Advanced Cervical Cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa report by Crystal Cazier and Paul Chilwesa

 

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