Cancer and AIDS

Part IV: Future Perspectives
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 30. Oktober 2018
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The lifestyles and socio-economic status that are prevalent in regions of the world with limited resources form the background for the unique features of neoplastic diseases in these areas, where the majority of the world population lives. The predominance of the world's retroviral burden of in these areas further compounds the nature and challenges of the cancer there. Much of the international cancer literature covers the nature and challenges of the disease as seen in high-income regions of the world, thereby giving a skewed view of the global cancer challenges. As the low- and middle-income regions of the world transition from communicable to non communicable disease patterns, there is a need for a corresponding paradigm shift, with increased emphasis on what the world needs to know about non communicable diseases, including cancer, where the disease is hitherto poorly documented. The main goal of the proposed book is to contribute to this outcomes.



1st ed. 2019
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Part IV: Future Perspectives

Chapter 10 - Strategies for progress

Abstract

Section 10.1.0: The role of international partnership in the development of global health systems

Section 10.1.1: Models of humanitarian global outreach in health care

Section 10.1.2: The concept of "convergence" and the future of health care research

Section 10.1.3.0: The concept of global health

Section 10.1.3.1: Models of global health partnership in cancer control

Section 10.1.3.2: The tiered resource stratification framework of the Breast Health Global Initiative (BHGI) Network

Section 10.1.3.3: ASCO's resource-stratified guidelines for the management of invasive cervical cancer

Section 10.1.3.4: NCCN framework for resource stratification for invasive cervical cancer

Section 10.1.3.5: Resource-stratified approaches in the primary prevention of cervical cancer

Section 10.1.3.5.1 ASCO resource-stratified guideline for the primary prevention of cervical cancer

Section 10.1.3.6: Resource-stratified approaches in the secondary prevention of cervical cancer

Section 10.1.3.4.1: Selected Global Health Activities for promoting cancer control/Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO)

Section 10.1.3.4.2 Global Curriculum and Mentoring Program

Section 10.1.3.4.3: Global Curriculum and Mentoring Program/International Development and Education Award

Section 10.1.3.4.4: Proposal for recognizing global oncology as an academic field

Section 10.2: Overcoming barriers to progress in the control of cancer and retroviral diseases, including HIV/AIDS

Section 10.2.1: Prioritizing strategies for universal health coverage

Section 10.2.1.1: mHealth Strategies for Universal Health Coverage

Section 10.2.1.2: Community Health Insurance Coverage as a strategy for Universal Health Care

Section 10.2.1.3: Innovation in provider training as a strategy in UHC

Section 10.2.2: The role of politics in attainment of Universal Health Coverage

Section 10.2.3: The role of science and engineering in human welfare

Section 10.2.3.1: The role of science

Section 10.2.3.1.1: Science advocacy

Section 10.2.3.1.2: Science education in low- and middle-income countries

Section 10.2.3.1.3 Examples of the transforming effect of science in LMICs

Section 10.2.3.1.3.1 Impact of science on the emergence of South Korea

Section 10.2.3.1.3.2: Impact of science on Middle-Eastern cooperation

Section 10.2.3.1.3.3: Impact of the US-Cuba scientific diplomacy

Section 10.2.3.1.3.4: Boosting science in Singapore

Section 10.2.3.1.3.5: India boosts its ambitious space program

Section 10.2.3.2: Transforming the practice of engineering to meet global health needs

Section 10.2.3.3 Models in innovation with potentials for cancer and HIV/AIDS control in LMICs

Section 10.2.3.3.1: Affordable, weather durable x-ray machine

Section 10.2.3.3.2: Affordable cancer immunotherapy in Cuba

Section 10.2.3.3.3: The smart village for rural electrification

Section 10.2.3.3.4: HIV/AIDS control in China

Section 10.3: The future of control of cancer and retroviral diseases

Page 1055: Section 10.3.1: From the National Cancer Act to the 21st Century Cures Act

Page 1059: Section 10.3.2: Advances in lung cancer prevention

Page 1062: Section 10.3.3: Ending the HIV/AIDS pandemic

Page 1063: Section 10.3.4: Finding a cure for AIDS - a possible convergence of cancer and HIV/AIDS research

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