Andrey Kaprin joined the leadership of the Central and Eastern European Academy of Oncology
At the meeting of the II Conference of the Central and Eastern European Academy of Oncology, held in the Parliament Building on January 23, 2020 in Budapest (Hungary), chaired by the Minister of Social Resources of Hungary, Professor Miklos Kashler and the State Secretary for International Affairs of Hungary, Dr. Zoltan Lerinci, Director General of the FSBI “NMIC Radiology” of the Ministry of Health of Russia, chief freelance specialist-Oncologist of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, President of the Association of Oncologists of Russia Andrey Kaprin was elected Vice-President of the Central and Eastern European Academy of Oncology.
The Central and Eastern European Academy of Oncology was established in June 2019 on the initiative of the Hungarian Minister of Social Resources Miklos Kassler. The purpose of its creation is to coordinate cancer treatment programs in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, and to create a network of coordinated treatment protocols. To date, the Academy consists of specialists from 20 countries, the organization will provide cancer care to 260 million people, based on professional routing within the network and a clear definition of the stages of treatment.
The meeting was held in one of the halls of the Hungarian Parliament. By a unanimous decision of the participants, a well-known Hungarian oncologist, Doctor of Medical Sciences, surgeon and public figure Dr. Soltan Matran was elected President of the Academy, and Andrei Kaprin was elected vice President.
Organizational issues of work were discussed during the meeting, the expert council of the Academy was approved, the structure of working groups on the organization of oncological care, cancer prevention and diagnosis, development of personalized medicine methods, etc. was discussed. The final version of the structure will be presented to the newly elected leadership in the near future.
The II Conference of the Central and Eastern European Academy of Oncology was held in Budapest from January 23 to 25, 2020, the heads of the leading institutes of oncology and radiology of Russia, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Turkey, Serbia, and, of course, Hungary united on one platform.
Press Service of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “NMIC of Radiology” of the Ministry of Health of Russia