Global prostate cancer burden and age-disparities in cancer survival in the US
The SIOG Nursing & Allied Health webinar on Global prostate cancer burden and age-disparities in cancer survival in the US was organised on Thursday, June 16 at 11:00am-12:00pm Toronto time /5:00-6:00pm Geneva time.
Dr Sophie Pilleron is an epidemiologist specializing in both aging and cancer, affiliated with the University of Oxford. Her research interest includes the description of the global cancer burden in older people and unpacking the drivers of age disparities in cancer survival using national population-based data. She is an alumnus of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), and an elected member of the governance board of the Nursing and Allied Health group of the International Society for Geriatric Oncology (SIOG), and a member of the Health Services Core of the Cancer and Aging Research Group.
Diana Withrow is a cancer epidemiologist and medical statistician in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford where her research examines the role of primary care in early detection and diagnosis, especially among patients with non-specific symptoms. Prior to coming to the UK, Dr. Withrow held a research fellowship at the US National Cancer Institute, where her work focused on radiation-related risk of subsequent cancers and cancer health disparities. Her doctoral work comprised the first national-level analysis of cancer survival among First Nations and Métis people in Canada.
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