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Cancer imPACT


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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 Treatment Center to be established in Afghanistan. Presented at 3:00pm,on Sunday, 23rd Dec 2012.

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Cancer imPACT

  1. 1. Priority to MoPHBy: Dr. Abdul Nasir
  2. 2. A group of diseases characterized by uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells that results in death.
  3. 3.  Tobacco  Inherited mutations, Chemicals hormones Radiation  Immune conditions  Mutations that occur Infectious organisms from metabolismExternal Factors Internal Factors
  4. 4.  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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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.)
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8.  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
  9. 9. 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.
  10. 10.  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.
  11. 11.  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.
  12. 12.  Assessment – Cancer Needs (imPACT) Establish PACT Model Demonstration Sites (PMDS) Regional capacity building Regional Cancer Training Networks (Albania, Nicaragua, SriLanka,Tanzania, Vietnam and Yemen.)
  13. 13.  Albania, Nicaragua, Sri Lanka, United Republic of Tanzania, Vietnam and Yemen. 2009 No Further PMDS
  14. 14.  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!
  15. 15.  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
  16. 16.  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