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How to use this site?

by jestaljestal 14 Aug 2009 11:23

  • Why using Newsflashes?

Become an INCTR Reporter

by jestaljestal 14 Aug 2009 11:05

There are plenty of simple ways for you to help us spread the word about INCTR activities:

Courses in Pain and Palliative Care in India

by EdupontEdupont 13 Aug 2009 10:59

The next one-month course in palliative care for doctors, nurses and social workers will start on September 7, 2009. The course is conducted by the department of palliative care of M.N.J.Institute of Oncology & Regional Cancer Centre in Hyderabad, India, in collaboration with the Internatinonal Network for Cancer Treatment and Research and Pallium India . The programme is available on the INCTR Palliative Care Portal. To register or to ask for further information, please contact moc.liamg|evitaillap.jnm#moc.liamg|evitaillap.jnm.

Become an Inctr Reporter

by jestaljestal 11 Aug 2009 13:15

The Newsflash and this wiki site are means to show activities of all INCTR branches and offices and to enhance the concept of network. So it is not only about what we are doing at the Brussels office, but what you are doing in the field.

Become an INCTR reporter

by jestaljestal 11 Aug 2009 13:07

The Newsflash and this wiki site are means to show activities of all INCTR branches and offices and to enhance the concept of network. So it is not only about what we are doing at the Brussels office, but what you are doing in the field.

We are therefore very much looking forward to receiving your news posts, stories, pictures and announcements to include them in our next editions, as well as on our website/portal, wiki pages and social networking websites such as Facebook, etc…

What you can do to help us:

Links

by jestaljestal 10 Aug 2009 11:51

The INCTR News wiki site is just one of the several INCTR wiki sites we have created to share about our activities with you.

New Online Portal for Cancer Researchers

by jestaljestal 10 Aug 2009 09:48

The UK National Cancer Research Institute's ONIX system (ONcology Information eXchange) is now available for use by the cancer research community. ONIX (ONcology Information eXchange) enables scientists and clinicians to search through and access international research data held online – to improve the flow of cancer research information between individuals, institutions and organisations.

Join us on Facebook!

by jestaljestal 07 Aug 2009 19:53

INCTR can now be found on Facebook. To help us increase INCTR visibility on social networks websites, you can leave your comments on the Palliative Care Handbook Facebook group wall, and recruit more members to join INCTR current cause on Facebook. Thank you!

INCTR membership

by jestaljestal 07 Aug 2009 19:48

The International Network for Cancer Treatment and Research (INCTR) is dedicated to lessening the suffering and limiting the number of lives lost from cancer in developing countries. Often overlooked as a major health problem in such countries, the burden of cancer is, in fact, rapidly increasing and there are presently more deaths from cancer than from AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined. INCTR helps to build capacity for cancer prevention, treatment (including palliative care) and research and to improve access to needed care.

INCTR would like to hear from you!

by jestaljestal 07 Aug 2009 19:34

Any questions, suggestions or comments? Please feel free to email us at eb.rtcni|ofni#eb.rtcni|ofni

Palliative Care Handbook

by jestaljestal 07 Aug 2009 19:31

INCTR’s Palliative Care Handbook is now available in hard copy.

New INCTR staff members

by jestaljestal 07 Aug 2009 15:43

The INCTR office in Brussels has just welcomed two new staff members: Martin Whelan, Clinical Data Manager, and Julie Estal, who works as a Liaison Officer. This new position has been created to help maintain good communications between the various INCTR Branches and Offices, the Brussels office, as well as all the INCTR volunteers and partners worldwide.

Collaboration with MKI

by jestaljestal 07 Aug 2009 15:34

INCTR is developing a relationship with the Medical Knowledge Institute, based in Rotterdam and working primarily in the field of AIDS in South Africa (e.g., the prevention of mother-to-child transmission and the establishment of information centers.

August 2009

by jestaljestal 07 Aug 2009 15:13

New pathology program

by jestaljestal 07 Aug 2009 14:49

INCTR, with the support of the NCI Office of AIDS Malignancies is working to establish improved pathological diagnosis in the context of its African study of HIV+ and HIV- Burkitt lymphoma in equatorial Africa. The goal is central pathology review related to the clinical studies.

Welcome to the INCTR News wiki site!

by Ian MagrathIan Magrath 04 Aug 2009 14:45

This site provides archived and recent news items relating to projects conducted by INCTR. This includes all INCTR Branches or project site locations. The project sites are located in Belgium, Brazil, France, UK, India, USA. Additional project locations (i.e., coordinating sites) include East Africa, Andra Pradesh, and Sao Paolo. Most of the information you will need about INCTR is available via its primary website located at www.inctr.org. Additional information, including data derived from ongoing or competed projects can be found on various "wiki" sites, particularly on the Faculty member's site and the members site.

What is a Wiki Site?

by Ian MagrathIan Magrath 04 Aug 2009 14:45

Contact us

by Ian MagrathIan Magrath 04 Aug 2009 14:45

Please feel free to contact us!

How To Edit Pages - Quickstart

by Ian MagrathIan Magrath 04 Aug 2009 14:45

If you are allowed to edit pages in this Site, simply click on edit button at the bottom of the page. This will open an editor.

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