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15.07.2014

The council of NGOs for patients' rights of the Russian Ministry of Health held a meeting

At the Russian Ministry of Health a meeting of the Council of public organizations for the protection of patients' rights was held. The event had a co-chair by co-chairman of the Council Yury Zhulev and Deputy Minister Dmitry Kostennikov.

 In the course of the meeting, issues were raised about the development and implementation of insurance programs against cancer for healthy citizens, public monitoring of the availability and quality of medical care for cancer patients, alignment of compulsory health insurance tariffs with real costs of providing cancer care, reducing the carcinogenic factors in hazardous industries, issues about the development and approval of a comprehensive plan for the prevention of cancer, as well as the need for the public outreach and awareness campaign on cancer prevention.
 At the meeting it was noted that the relative number of cancer deaths of peopled who are at working age is increasing. The situation looks particularly threatening in the regions of Russia where cancer patients do not receive full treatment and subsequent rehabilitation, and where prevention and early detection measures are inadequate.
The Council of public organizations for the protection of patients' rights prepared "The list of measures for improvement of health care and rehabilitation of citizens suffering from cancer and hematologic malignancies."
 In particular, this document recommends the Ministry of Health to increase the effectiveness of early detection of cancer, create a federal registry of cancer patients, and consider the creation of a list of productions with potential cancerogenic hazard (enterprises, shops, companies).
 Other recommendations include improving health care for cancer patients, improving access to chemotherapy, medical rehabilitation and palliative care.
 "We are ready for constructive consideration of the Council's proposals. They certainly are based on real problems. However, the development of optimal solutions requires a number of consultations and we will hold them in the near future," said Elena Okunkova, Deputy Director of the Department of organization of medical care and spa treatment of the Russian Ministry of Health.