The models from CISNET could be used in wide variety of needs. They could range from, gaining support for establishment of policies, guidelines, evidence-based cancer control interventions and guide public health research and priorities.
These models could also used to project future trends, and to find the optimal cancer control strategies. CISNET modelers are looking to engage with cancer control planners on local and regional questions amenable to modeling.
So as a part of this engagement, the cyber-seminar for this month will include a panel of the leaders from the five CISNET Coordinating Centers, each with a focus on a specific cancer site (Breast, Colorectal, Esophageal, Lung and Prostate), as well as programmatic leaders from the NCI and CDC.
You can register for the cyber-seminar here.
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