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Setting Up a Cancer Centre: A WHO–IAEA Framework

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English STI/PUB/1989 ¦ 978-92-0-100422-2

104 pages ¦ 13 figures ¦ € 46.00 ¦ Date published: 2022

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Cancer centres are a major resource in ensuring a comprehensive approach to cancer treatment and its planning. As part of a new roadmap developed by WHO and IAEA to help countries design national cancer control programmes, this publication proposes a framework to develop a cancer centre and/or to strengthen the provision of services in an existing cancer centre. The publication provides the features of multidisciplinary cancer care and details the infrastructure, human resources and equipment for different services. This framework is expected to be used as a guide to implementation, taking into consideration the local context and resources.

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WHO, World Health Organization, Cancer Centre, IAEA, Framework, Roadmap, Cancer, Treatment, Planning, Cancer Control Programme, Multidisciplinary, Infrastructure, Human Resources, Equipment, Guide, Development, Implementation, Context, Resources, Diagnosis, Regimen, Staging, Facility Requirement, Multimodality, Palliative, Supportive, Care, Preventative, Oncology, Pediatric, Cancer Service, Information System, Medical Record, Education, Training, Research, Administration, Financing, QA, Quality Assurance

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