The ICOnnecta’t tool: online support for women with breast cancer

ICOnnecta’t is an eHealth cancer care tool developed for women living with and beyond breast cancer.

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The CAPE programme: cost-effective prevention of cervical cancer in El Salvador

In El Salvador, the Ministry of Health introduced a cost-effective HPV testing programme to prevent cervical cancer.

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Pharmacy robots: improving the safety and efficiency of chemotherapy preparation

Two cancer centres in the US installed intravenous compounding robots to improve the accuracy and efficiency of chemotherapy compounding.

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Genetic testing for BRCA mutations: informing preventive measures and treatment for breast and ovarian cancer

Several countries have introduced guidelines and pathways for genetic testing to identify BRCA mutations. These mutations increase a person’s risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer.

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Rapid referral pathways: reducing delays in the diagnosis of lung cancer

Several countries have introduced rapid referral pathways to reduce diagnostic delays for people with suspected lung cancer.

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The National Comprehensive Cancer Network Infusion Toolkit: reducing inefficiencies in chemotherapy in the US

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network developed a toolkit to standardise chemotherapy procedures and shift services from inpatient to outpatient settings.

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The National Childhood Cancer Care Network: improving access to cancer diagnosis and treatment in Paraguay

The National Childhood Cancer Care Network in Paraguay introduced regional satellite clinics to improve access to diagnosis and treatment for children with cancer.

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oPuce: supporting employment of people living with and beyond cancer

oPuce, a social enterprise and foundation in the Netherlands, aims to improve employment opportunities and job retention for cancer survivors and people living with cancer.

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The Orkdal model: integrating cancer and palliative care in Norway

In Norway, people with cancer often have to travel considerable distances to access palliative care at larger hospitals. The Orkdal Hospital introduced an integrated clinic to combine cancer and palliative care for people in the rural Orkdal region.`

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