Advancing Cervical Cancer Treatment in Low-Resource Settings

On September 24, 2020, TogetHER for Health organized this webinar focused on the challenges of cervical cancer treatment in low-resource settings, and how partners are mobilizing to build clinical capacity, improve care, and align with WHO's global Cervical Cancer Elimination targets.

Participants included: 

  • Dr. Ellen Baker and Melissa Lopez Varon from MD Anderson/Project ECHO
  • Dr. Lisa Stevens and Anja Nitzsche-Bell from the International Atomic Energy Agency

View the recording and access the presentations and a list of resources below. Further questions and comments can be sent to us at [email protected].

Presentations from the webinar:

Presenters: Dr. Ellen Baker and Melissa Varon, Project ECHO/ University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Title:  Project ECHO to increase capacity for treatment of cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer in Mozambique

Presenters: Dr. Lisa M. Stevens and Anja Nitzsche-Bell, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Title: Cervical Cancer Treatment: Challenges of Access and IAEA Role in Closing the Gap