UICC fosters a learning culture across the cancer community, encourages collaboration and provides a range of knowledge sharing opportunities.
UICC provides a unique gateway for accessing the evidence base, best practices and technical knowledge for effective cancer control.
Whether through its reputed resources and publications, multi-partner initiatives, leading journals, its well-established programmes or latest platforms for knowledge exchange, UICC leverages expertise across its networks for the benefit of the global cancer community.
Thanks to these opportunities for sharing knowledge, the cancer community can understand the global burden of cancer, learn about the principles of cancer staging, access latest findings in cancer care and resources for cancer control planning, as well as benefit from tailored advice through dedicated knowledge exchange programmes.
UICC's Virtual Dialogues provide members, and the cancer community, with regular opportunities to connect, exchange knowledge, access expert insights and share solutions from the comfort of one's office or home.
Established in 1962, the Fellowships programme is one of UICC's oldest and most established initiative. Its objective is to strengthen workforce capacity in cancer control by facilitating the exchange of knowledge, expertise and technical skills in cancer prevention, early detection and diagnosis, treatment and palliative care.
Published by the Union for International Cancer Control, the TNM Classification of Malignant Tumours (TNM) is a globally recognised standard for classifying the extent of spread of cancer.
Learn more about the International Journal of Cancer and the JCO Global Oncology (JCO GO).
The Cancer Atlas, 3rd Edition book provides a comprehensive global overview of information about the burden of cancer, associated risk factors, methods of prevention and measures of control.
The Global Initiative for Cancer Registry Development (GICR) is a multi-partner response to the disparity in robust cancer statistics across the globe, led by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and Union for International Cancer Control (UICC).
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