Today the Minister of health and social development of Kazakhstan Tamara Duysenova met with the international delegation consisting of the representatives of the world health organization (hereinafter who) and the International atomic energy Agency (hereinafter IAEA), who presented a report on the assessment of the development of the national Oncology service.
During his visit to Kazakhstan, foreign experts visited the cancer treatment centers Astana and Almaty cities, Kazakh research Institute of Oncology and radiology, center for palliative care polyclinic № 1 of Almaty, Kazakh national medical University by S. Asfendiyarov, National higher medical College.
The delegation of the WHO and the IAEA also examined the incidence of cancer, undertook a review of national priorities, achievements and the upcoming challenges for the development of oncologic service in Kazakhstan.
At the meeting, Tamara Duysenova, the experts noted that Kazakhstan is developing steadily Oncology service, and also gave recommendations to enhance cancer screening in Kazakhstan.
After the meeting, Tamara Duysenova thanked the experts for their work and expressed readiness to use the experience of the WHO and the IAEA in the fight against cancer.
Recall that in Kazakhstan there are 347 Oncology offices in organizations of primary health care and 18 dispensaries. The Oncology offices key to early diagnosis and rehabilitation of patients with benign and malignant tumors. Is the cancer register cancer patients.