The Kazakhstan Cancer Society and the Kazakh Institute of Oncology and Radiology, together with the International Gynecologic Cancer Society and the American Eurasian Cancer Alliance, are holding the Eurasian Summit "Modern Approach in Management of Gynecological Tumors" on April 26-28, 2023 in Almaty.
During three days, topical issues of diagnosis and treatment of gynecological tumors, clinical cases and prospects for providing assistance to patients with gynecological cancer will be discussed. Participation of more than 300 oncogynecologists, oncologists, radiation diagnosticians, and therapists, pathologists from Kazakhstan, near and far abroad is planned. Also within the framework of the Summit, discussion platforms will be organized in the format of Round Tables with the participation of policy makers on the Elimination of cervical cancer and Closing the access abyss to palliative care in Kazakhstan from the Ministry of Health, international organizations, representatives of the scientific community and practitioners.
The leaders of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan, representatives of the World Health Organization, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the European Society for Medical Oncology, the United Nations Population Fund, the Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance and many others will take part in the Summit.
We invite you and your employees to spend three days in an atmosphere of constructive scientific discussion, exchange of opinions, experience and ideas.
The preliminary program of the Summit, the layout of the halls and registration on the website: www.eurasiansummit2023.kazior.kz
Dilyara Kaidarova, MD, PhD, professor, academician
President of the Kazakhstan Cancer Society
Chairman of the Board JSC KazIOR
On behalf of all American Eurasian Cancer Alliance partners, I would like to extend deep gratitude to Kazakhstan healthcare leadership for organizing such a truly extraordinary event. Jointly with the International Society of Gynecologic Cancer, Kazakh Institute of Oncology and Radiology, and Kazakhstan Cancer Society we welcome everyone to participate — both in person in Almaty and through online sessions — in a robust gynecological oncology event program that unites participants from more than 20 countries. Representatives hail from regional research organizations, leading clinical cancer facilities, and public health organizations across North American, European, and Asian continents.
We have developed unique content for the Eurasian Summit to discuss the most prevalent gynecological cancers, including cervical cancer, endometrial cancer, and uterine sarcoma, as well as rare gynecological tumors. Presentations and didactic workshops will discuss the latest innovations and best practices in diagnosis, screening, and treatment protocols. A focused Eurasian session will assemble leaders representing Central Asia, the Caucasus region, and Eastern Europe to present latest updates in gynecologic oncology programs for their respective countries.
This event will be particularly impactful because its scope extends beyond opportunities for research, education, and clinical care — also discussing successful international and regional policy efforts that continue to move the needle toward improved cancer care and health outcomes. A roundtable session focused on cervical cancer and palliative care will include the exchange of ideas among representatives from the following organizations: American Eurasian Cancer Alliance, European Society of Medical Oncology, International Agency of Cancer Research, International Gynecologic Cancer Society, United Nations Population Fund, World Health Organization, and Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance.
We look forward to engaging in collaborative discussion with researchers, practitioners, and policymakers from around the world in what is anticipated to be one of the premier gynecological oncology events of the year. Together we can ensure women around the world have access to the most innovative cancer control approaches, ultimately reducing the global burden of gynecologic cancers.
Sophia Michaelson, PhD
Executive Director, American Eurasian Cancer Alliance
Keiichi Fujiwara & Mary C. Eiken
Dear Colleagues and Friends
It is with great pleasure that the International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS) is included in this very important Eurasian Summit in Kazakhstan. IGCS and the partner members in the region have been engaged in a strategic alliance partnership for over six years. These countries are progressive in the care and treatment of gynecologic cancers but are not without their challenges. Our partnerships only strengthen the education and care for women with gynecologic cancer.
Congratulations to Professor Dilyara Kaidarova, IGCS Board Member, who along with her team has put together an outstanding few days of gynecologic oncology sessions that are multidisciplinary in nature. Thank you to Sophia Michaelson, Executive Director, American Eurasian Cancer Alliance, who continues to be so instrumental in making this partnership flourish and sustainable.
On behalf of the IGCS leadership we express our gratitude to all the IGCS members participating and contributing to this Summit whether it be in person or virtually. Giving of your time is essential to the success of the IGCS.
We look forward to meeting many of you in Almaty, reengaging with old friends and making new friends who all are aligned with IGCS and the region in the commitment day in and day out to advance the treatment of gynecologic cancer. Our partnership is making a difference in the lives of women afflicted with gynecologic cancer.
Keiichi Fujiwara, MD PhD IGCS President
Mary C. Eiken, MS IGCS CEO
Program of the Conference
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