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About the Group

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Welcome!

This Group is for participants and faculty of the Asia-Pacific Cancer Control Leadership Forum II hosted in Singapore on March 18, 2016. The purpose of this group is to strengthen international cancer control efforts by working together.

The Asia-Pacific Cancer Control Leadership Forum II

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is pleased to partner with the Union for International Cancer Control, the International Cancer Control Partnership, and the National Cancer Centre Singapore to support cancer control planning efforts in the Asia-Pacific region. Countries that participated in either the NCI Southeast Asia Cancer Control Leadership Forum (held April 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) or the Pacific Cancer Control Leadership Forum (held in December 2014 in Melbourne, Australia) will reconvene to share progress, challenges and identify solutions and advanced actions related to development and implementation of national cancer control plans.

Our upcoming events can be found in our Group's Calendar tab

Please note group settings: All discussions, and resources are open to the public. All projects launched from the group page will automatically include the whole group. If you wish you start a private discussion, or open a project with designated participants, please do so from your dashboard.

Questions & Suggestions: Please use our Forum and ask on the Questions discussion thread.

Thank you!

Created by Tulika Singh Last Modified Tue January 5, 2016 10:43 am by Tulika Singh

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    Hin Peng LEE

    Hi All,

    This is HP here. I just got in but I will be on this evening singapore time.

    HP from Singapore

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    Billy Collins

    In the international level, they started to control cancer. This leadership is now they started here to follow the diy paint project and then they can easily control it. They make it better for them if they can do it with there own efforts.

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