26 de noviembre, 2012
Agosto 15, 2011
Julio 25, 2011
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
May 4, 2011
April 29, 2011
Harvard Medical School. Boston, MA.
April 4, 2011.
April 1, 2011
Panel participation: Patient Advocacy and Access
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Seattle, Washington. March 17, 2011
Seattle, Washington. March 15, 2011
Seattle, Washington. March 14, 2011
“Noncommunicable Disease Transitions: Rich and poor countries.”
PATH. Brown Bag Lunch Series. Seattle, Washington. March 15.
“Breast cancer: unforeseen health priority in developing countries.”
Boston, Massachussets. March 10-11, 2011
Chief Organizer of Consultation.
Presentation:“Integrating Cancer Care and Control with Women and Health:
Identifying Platforms, Synergies and Opportunities for Action”
Boston, Massachussets. March 8, 2011
Flavia Bustreo, Assistant Director-General, Family and Community Health, World Health Organization
Felicia Knaul, Director of the Harvard Global Equity Initiative, Secretariat of the Global Task Force on Expanded Access to Cancer Care and Control in Developing Countries
Mette Kalager, Researcher and lead author of The New England Journal of Medicine article offering a new assessment of mammography's effectiveness in reducing death rates. She also is a surgeon at Oslo University Hospital and is a visiting scientist at HSPH.
Julie Gralow, Professor and Director, Breast Medical Oncology, University of Washington / Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and Associate Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute
Boston, Massachusetts. March 3, 2011
México, DF, Febrero 28, 2011
Febrero 22, 2011
Hospital Infantil de Sonora:
Presentación, Cáncer de mama: prioridad apremiante para la salud en México
Hospital General “Dr. Ernesto Ramos Bours”:
Testimonio personal, Presentación del libro “Tómatelo a Pecho”
Cambridge, Massachusetts. January 24, 2011
Presentation: “Cancer: Unforeseen Public Health Priority in Developing Countries.”