The 2018 Summit provided a unique opportunity for the international community to examine the state of scientific understanding regarding successful models of breast cancer diagnosis, care delivery and resource utilization, as well as issues affecting barriers in access to care. The activities and objectives of this Summit supported global efforts to develop practical strategies to achieve this goal.
The 2018 Summit materials cover three distinct but interrelated topics, presented over three days:
Five successful biennial Global Summits produced innovative tools for developing nations in the form of clinical Guidelines for International Breast Health and Cancer Control to effectively detect, diagnose and treat breast cancer in LMCs.
All guidelines publications are available in the Library.