More

  Dr. Mauricio Maza was chosen as one of 8 Young Leaders for the UICC 2015 World Cancer Leaders’ Summit in Istanbul, Turkey. Dr. Maza joined 250 leaders from government, UN agencies, academia, private sector and civil society to discuss measures needed to improve effective international collaboration. UICC initiated the

More

  Dr. Cremer and Dr. Maza attended the 30th IPV (International Papillomavirus) Conference during the week of September 17th in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference gathered researchers, clinicians, and other health professionals to share knowledge and ideas on papillomaviruses and their associated diseases. Dr. Cremer presented “The Programmatic Results of Phase

More

HPV causes cervical cancer. And it can be detected long before it causes invasive cancer. Unfortunately, many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) have not established effective cervical cancer prevention programs that emphasize early detection of disease and immediate treatment. Screening efforts traditionally have been cytology-based (e.g. pap smears), however recent