Just Press Releases

 

August 14, 2017: Dr. Sarah Schlesinger, prominent medical researcher at Rockefeller University, joins GO's Board of Directors. Press Release

May 22, 2017: GO co-founder, Ami Bhatt, participates in panel at Stanford promoting action to improve global health care: Article

May 11, 2017: GO launches The GO Map – a free, interactive, online platform for the global oncology community to catalyze and strengthen collaboration and improve cancer care. Press Release

Feb 15, 2017: Podcast by Ami Bhatt, co-founder of GO: Technological Solutions for Global Hematology and Oncology. Full Script

Jan 30, 2017: Global Health NOW interviews GO Executive Director, Donna Barry: Article

Dec 6, 2016GO announces four key additions to Board of Directors: Benz, Link, Varma and Yeshwant. Press Release

Nov, 2016: GO co-sponsors Stanford's inaugrual healthcare hackathon – a great success! Articles: The Stanford Daily & Stanford Medicine

Sep 5, 2016: GO announces first major fundraiser on October 1st to help cancer patients get diagnosed and treated. Press Release

Jun 13, 2016GO announces the appointment of its first executive director, Donna Barry. Press Release

Mar 30, 2016: Hacking for the win: Stanford students design new technology for nurses in need. Stanford Medicine's SCOPE published this story on GO's recent Hack-a-thon.

Mar 15, 2016: The powerhouse behind Stanford's global cancer effort – Ami Bhatt, GO co-founder and co-president – is mobilizing Stanford experts to fight the growing threat of cancer in the developing world.

Feb 29, 2016: GO co-hosted the first-ever Global Cancer Care Hack-a-thon, which took place in Boston February 26–28. The event was a great success, inspiring over twenty innovative projects that impact populations most in need. Press Release: Hack-a-thon spurs innovation for global cancer care.

Feb 18, 2016: MassBio article, Tackling the Global Cancer Burden – The Power of Co-Creation, describes the upcoming Global Cancer Innovation Hack-a-thon (Feb 27-28) as addressing the need for cancer treatment innovations in LMIC's. Co-authors: GO volunteers Bokang Rabasha and Nour Sharara, among others.

Dec 15, 2015: GO Co-Founder, Dr. Ami Bhatt, speaks to National Public Radio about: Most Of The World's Cancer Cases Are Now In Developing Countries.

Dec, 2015: GO volunteer and 2013 Pardee Graduate Summer Fellow, Maia Olsen, MPH, publishes Pardee Paper #17: "Cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Need for New Paradigms in Global Health." Maia currently works for Partners in Health.

Co-Founder, Dr. Ami Bhatt, speaks to National Public Radio about: Most Of The World's Cancer Cases Are Now In Developing Countries.

Sep 23, 2015: Read GO's GCPM article – Global Cancer Project Map – published in the exciting launch of new American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) publication, Journal of Global Oncology, or JGO.

Jun 10, 2015: Read Stanford Medicine's SCOPE article featuring GO's Patient Education Materials project.

Mar 25, 2015GO launches the Global Cancer Project Map Launch: a collaboration with the National Cancer Institute. Press Release

To view the media coverage of the launch of the Global Cancer Project Map, please visit the following online news journals.

For a more comprehensive collection of media coverage of the Global Cancer Project Map, please download GO Media Coverage Report GCPM