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Two African Students Supported by IAEA Receive Science Award

Two African Students Supported by IAEA Receive Science Award

09 February 2017

Two African students who had benefited from IAEA support have recently received a Young Scientist of the Year award. Josefina Hamutoko, from Namibia, is studying ways to better manage her country's groundwater resources, and Francis Hasford, from Ghana, is working to improve the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. Read more →

World Cancer Day 2017: Key Panellists Share their Experience

World Cancer Day 2017: Key Panellists Share their Experience

03 February 2017

Improving access to cancer treatment in developing countries requires strong political commitment and effective public-private strategic partnerships. This was the conclusion of a panel discussion at IAEA Headquarters in Vienna today to mark World Cancer Day 2017. During the discussion, Princess Dina Mired of Jordan, First Lady Kim Simplis Barrow of Belize, and Amadou Diarra of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) shared their perspectives. Read more →