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Country Partners

Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Milan
Istituto dei Tumori aims and activities are dedicated to the diagnosis, research and treatment of cancer.

Japanese Society of Medical Oncology (JSMO)
JSMO is a multidisciplinary society, including physicians in the fields of oncology, and allied health professionals and has over 9200 members. JSMO renovated the organisation as a non-profit foundation in 2014 and presented public utilities for the progression of clinical oncology and the promotion of cancer medical care widely until now. JSMO has contributed to prolongation of the survival time and improvement of the quality of life of cancer patients, and aimed at goal of conquering cancer through the activities.

Mexico's Institute of Geriatrics (Instituto de Geriatría)
Mexico's Institute of Geriatrics, a decentralized agency ascribed to the Ministry of Health, is devoted to researching age-related diseases and their treatment, addressing the care of the elderly, and fostering education and training of human resources specialized in geriatrics and related topics.

National Institute of Cancer prevention and research (NICPR)
National Institute of Cancer prevention and research (NICPR) was initially established as Cytology Research Centre (CRC) by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in 1979, and was elevated to the level of an Institute in 1989. It was granted national status in 2016 acknowledging its mandate and contributions towards cancer prevention. The institute has broadened its horizon to cater to prevention of prevalent cancers in the country. The thrust areas of research include pre-cancer and cancers of the uterine cervix, breast and oral cancers. NICPR has since made significant contributions in the field of cervical cancer research. The concept of clinical downstaging, visual inspection of cervix with selective cytology screening and development of novel diagnostic approaches for HPV and other oncogenes have been introduced for screening and early detection of cervical cancer.

SEAMEO Tropical Medicine & Public Health Network
A regional cooperation network established in 1966 for education, training and research under the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education. The Network serves as a focal point in higher education and research with a mission to develop the capacity of individuals and institutions in delivering quality healthcare. The Regional Centres of the Network are affiliated with academic and research institutions which provide the physical facilities, faculty and technical staff in respective Member Countries (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Its Associate Members are Australia, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, the Netherlands, and Norway).
SEAMEO’s highest policy making body is the SEAMEO Council (SEAMEC), which is composed of the Ministers/Secretaries of Education of the Member Countries.