A growing e-library featuring webinars, videos, course materials and more addressing issues that span the breast cancer continuum from planning to palliative care. Stay tuned as new resources are coming soon!
Dr. Ben Anderson speaks about BCI2.5's mission on King 5's New Day Northwest program. Watch now. Published April 13, 2016.
BCI2.5 Community of Practice - Surgical Management of Breast Cancer: Surgical Management of Breast Cancer: Lessons Learned from Kenya to Brazil. Dr. Peter Bird from the Kijabe Hospital in Kenya and Dr. Maira Caleffi from the Hospital Moinhos de Vento in Porto Alegre, Brazil present on improving access to and addressing the challenges of surgical management of breast cancer in LMICs. Published February 27, 2018.
BCI2.5 Community of Practice - Multidisciplinary Tumor Boards: Lessons Learned from Uganda to Lebanon with speaker Dr. Nagi El Saghir, American University of Beirut Medical Center. Published January 30, 2018.
BCI2.5: Breast Cancer Tumor Board: An Inside Look
BCI2.5: Cancer Trends, Investment in Treatment of Disease, and Mammographic Screening
Guidelines and management of advanced breast cancer in limited resource settings. Published on Jan 6, 2016. Prof El Saghir talks to ecancertv at SABCS 2015 about the development of resource-based guidelines for the management of advanced breast cancer in low- and middle-income countries.
Steps towards improving breast cancer treatments in low and middle income countries. Published on Jan 4, 2016. Dr. Anderson talks to ecancertv at the World Cancer Leaders Summit in Istanbul, Turkey, about his work creating new guidelines to improve breast cancer treatments in low and middle income countries.
For first-time users, the links will take you to Blackboard Collaborate to download software to view webinars. To play, select the "Playback" tab, and then "Player" and "Play" from the drop-down menus.
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