The Economist: War On Cancer 2019

What are the financing challenges within the Middle East’s health systems? Find out with Rania Azmi, President, Fadia Survive & Thrive Association on the ‘Strategy Session: Financing at War’ at War on Cancer Middle East. To register, visit >>https://goo.gl/cBENRt 

Cancer rates across the Middle East are expected to double between 2012 and 2030, according to World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates—the highest relative increase of any region globally.

Low proportions of domestic workers complete the entire course of treatment; how can this be changed? Join at War on Cancer Middle East summit and hear Asem Mansour, Chief executive and director general, King Hussein Cancer Center on March 12th at Dubai. RSVP: https://bit.ly/2SVVyCE 

This rise is caused by a combination of rapid population growth, environmental factors, lifestyle choices and increasing detection rates, but it is further driven by limited access to high-quality treatment and care. How can a holistic, affordable and sustainable system provide care for all?

What needs to be done to improve prevention, screening, early detection and treatment, and how can policymakers & regulators educate the region’s population about healthy lifestyle choices? Join esteemed speakers at War on Cancer Middle East on 12 March https://goo.gl/rG1hFu 

Building on global dialogues at War on Cancer events in Europe, Latin America and Asia, War on Cancer: Middle East 2019 will advance the conversation by bringing together policymakers, industry leaders, health-care providers, insurers, investors, scientists, technologists and prominent thinkers to explore how a cancer-care pathway should be designed, funded and implemented across the Middle East.

Low proportions of domestic workers complete the entire course of treatment; how can this be changed? Join our Panellist Azad Moopen, chairman, at Aster DM Healthcare on the panel’ Access for all’ at War on Cancer Middle East on March 12th at Dubai. RSVP: https://goo.gl/TDZzt5 

What needs to be done to improve prevention, screening, early detection and treatment, and how can policymakers and regulators educate the region’s population about healthy lifestyle choices? How can stakeholders ensure that care is not just for the wealthy, but accessible to all members of society?

How can policymakers and regulators educate the region’s population about healthy lifestyle choices? Join esteemed speakers aat War on Cancer Middle East on March 12th. Register >> https://goo.gl/jjZ7By 

WHY ATTEND

Agenda highlights

  • Cancer control in the Middle East
  • The patient’s perspective
  • Putting vision to work
  • Early detection and screening
  • Treatment and palliation
  • Financing the gap
  • Innovation in health systems
How can education and early detection be placed at the core of every cancer-control programme across the region? Join Younis Mohammed Amin Kazim, Chief executive, at Dubai Healthcare Corporation (DHA) on the Keynote discussion: ‘Proactive Policymakers’ at War on Cancer Middle East on 12 March Register >> https://goo.gl/jjZ7By 

Join us and you will

  • Network with leaders from healthcare, academia and government
  • Explore the innovations in cancer care in the Middle East and across the world
  • Participate and collaborate in strategy sessions to solve some of the regional issues that are hampering progress
How does returning to a home country for treatment after diagnosis skew the picture of diagnosis and treatment-success rates? Join Haidar Al Yousuf, Managing Director, Alfuttaim Health at War on Cancer Middle East on 12 March. Register >> https://goo.gl/jjZ7By 

Who should attend

  • Medical practitioners, oncologists, doctors
  • Health care providers and hospitals
  • Government, policymakers and industry regulators
  • Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology
  • Medical devices and health technology
  • Cancer networks and patient groups
  • Academia e.g. professors of oncology
  • Cancer charities and non-profits
  • Health insurance
  • Health insights and consultants
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