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This presentation was presented by Dr. Abdul Nasir Qayyumi - Medical Director for CTTC-Medical Department. This presentation was presented in MoPH to support MoPH's priority of Cancer Screening and ...

This presentation was presented by Dr. Abdul Nasir Qayyumi - Medical Director for CTTC-Medical Department. This presentation was presented in MoPH to support MoPH's priority of Cancer Screening and Treatment Center to be established in Afghanistan. Presented at 3:00pm,on Sunday, 23rd Dec 2012. www.cttc-af.org

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  • Priority to MoPHBy: Dr. Abdul Nasir
  • A group of diseases characterized by uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells that results in death.
  •  Tobacco  Inherited mutations, Chemicals hormones Radiation  Immune conditions  Mutations that occur Infectious organisms from metabolismExternal Factors Internal Factors
  •  12.7 million new  21.4 million new cancer cases cancer cases 5.6 million -  13.2 million cancer economically deaths developed countries  growth and aging of 7.1 million - the population economically  Super Passes the IHD developing countries as a cause of death 7.6 million (about (8,923 -15%) 21,000 cancer deaths a day),2008 By 2030
  • More than half of all  Alive 5 years later then cancer cases and the detection deaths worldwide are  Depend on the type potentially preventable and stage ◦ Situ ◦ Local ◦ Regional ◦ DistantPrevention Survival Rate
  • Direct Indirect Payment for resources  Loss of economic used for treatment output (Missing the Care and rehabilitation work-Mobidity) related to the illness  Premature death (Mortality) • Health insurance premiums • Nonmedical expenses (transportation, child or elder care, housekeeping assistance, wigs, etc.)
  • UICC, Union of Int Cancer  Primary Intervention;Control ExposureApproach to Reverse; 2020 ◦ Tobacco use ◦ Nutrition ◦ Physical inactivity Prevention ◦ Occupational exposures ◦ Chronic infections. Early greatest public health potential and the most cost- detection/Diagnosis effective, long-term method of cancer control Effective Treatment WHO Cancer Programs; Govt
  •  Early stage cancers when  Diagnosis & careful they can be treated most effectively clinical and  Timely diagnostic follow-up pathological and effective treatment assessments-First in1. Opportunistic screening Cancer Management requested by a physician or an individual or  Surgery,2. Organized screening in chemotherapy, and which a defined population radiotherapy (alone or is contacted and invited to combined) be screened at regular intervals Early detection and Diagnosis and treatment secondary prevention
  • The International Atomic Energy Agency has created a that helps developing countries fight cancer by integrating radiotherapy into sustainable comprehensive cancer control programs in 2004.
  •  Realizing the Impact of Public Health – Technology Transfer IAEA’s Initiative with Public-Private Partnership to fight Cancer Crisis Partnering with WHO and Health Related Org to Develop and Plan in Low Income Member (LIM) in Cancer Control Program.
  •  To build a global public-private partnership of interested organizations committed to addressing the challenge of cancer in LMI Member States in all its aspects; To mobilize resources from charitable trusts, foundations, and others in the public and private sectors to assist LMI Member States to develop and implement their radiation medicine capacities within a National Cancer Control Program (NCCP) To ensure the effective and sustainable transfer of radiation medicine technologies or knowledge to all LMI Member States where unmet needs exist.
  •  Assessment – Cancer Needs (imPACT) Establish PACT Model Demonstration Sites (PMDS) Regional capacity building Regional Cancer Training Networks (Albania, Nicaragua, SriLanka,Tanzania, Vietnam and Yemen.)
  •  Albania, Nicaragua, Sri Lanka, United Republic of Tanzania, Vietnam and Yemen. 2009 No Further PMDS
  •  Prevent those cancers that can be prevented; Treat those cancers that can be treated; Cure those cancers that can be cured; and Relieve pain and improve quality of life for all cancer patients. What MoPH-Afghanistan Wants!
  •  Cancer control planning Cancer registration and surveillance Cancer prevention Cancer treatment and cure Palliative care and support Knowledge transfer and multidisciplinary education, training and research in cancer Support government resource mobilization Program evaluation
  •  MoPH-Priority 4 Mill $ USD for Afghanistan (IAEA) Partners to 26 Cancer Org inc WHO Contact- imPACT to be carried out Support Letter from Ministry of Health Support Through Homeopathic Medicine  Cancer Cure  Diabetes Cure  Asthma  Hypertension  Chronic Diseases