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28.04.2006

The All-Russian Oncological Social Programme "Equal Right to Live" has been launched in Ivanovo

The All-Russian Oncological Social Programme "Equal Right to Live" has been launched in Ivanovo

The All-Russian Oncological Social Programme "Equal Right to Live" has been launched in Ivanovo

On Friday, April 28, the prospectives of implementing the All-Russian Oncological Programme "Equal Right to Live" in the region were discussed at the Government of Ivanovo Region.
 
During the meeting the Government of Ivanovo Region decided to conclude an agreement on comprehensive cooperation in implementing the "Equal Right to Live" programme in Ivanovo Region, an action plan was also adopted to implement the programme for 2006.
 
The following people participated in the meeting: Deputy Head of the Government of Ivanovo Region Olga Khasbulatova, Head of the Health Department of Ivanovo Region Emma Ryabova, Chairman of the Committee for Health and Social Policy of Ivanovo Regional Duma Roman Vlasov, Chief Oncologist of the Health Department of Ivanovo Region Andrei Nagibin, Head Doctor of Ivanovo Regional Oncological Centre Alexander Chistyakov, Deputy Director for Scientific Work of the Russian Research Centre of Oncology of the RAMS after the name of N. N. Blokhin, Doctor of Medical Sciences Mikhail Lichinitser and CEO  of the "Equal Right to Live" programme Dmitriy Borisov.
 
Olga Khasbulatova, Deputy Chairperson of the Government of Ivanovo Region:
"The oncological situation in the country and in our region requires that urgent measures be taken by authorities of all levels, medical circles and society in general. Taking into consideration the deficit of budgetary financing, the programme, which will assist in solving the questions we are facing, will bring significant benefits both to doctors and to patients. That is why we support the "Equal Right to Live" programme, we are ready to render assistance in its implementation in our region and hope for long-term cooperation within this programme".
 
Specific plans to implement the "Equal Right to Live" programme in Ivanovo Region in 2006 were discussed during the meeting at the Government. In particular, it was said about the intentions to modernize laboratorial and technical facilities of the Oncological Centre, to supply the region with modern reagents required to examine patients with breast cancer. Except for practical arrangements, the plan for the current year includes a number of training programmes for doctors from Ivanovo: training by specialists from leading oncological institutions of the country, participation of Ivanovo doctors in scientific and practical seminars, workshops and conferences on the use of new cancer treatment methods in Moscow and in other regions.
 
By estimate, in 2006 the amount of investments attracted to the region within the programme will make 4 million rubles. It is planned to attract moneys from extrabudgetary funds.
 
The participants of the meeting emphasized the importance of implementing in Ivanovo Region one of the directions of the "Equal Right to Live" programme – professional development of doctors through informing them about the latest achievements in the world oncology, the importance of exchanging experience of doctors from Moscow and Ivanovo.
 
Dmitriy Borisov, CEO of the "Equal Right to Live" programme:
"Highly-qualified professionals, who are able to struggle effectively for the lives and the health of their patients, are working at Ivanovo Oncological Centre. However, it is not only the level of doctors’ professionalism and skills that the quality of treatment depends on, it is also the possibility to use the latest medicines. Unfortunately, some spheres of oncology are experiencing an acute shortage of financing. It is particularly true of diagnostics. Joint actions of the state and doctors, as well as awareness of society that cancer is not a sentence but a curable disease are required to solve the existing problems of oncology".
 
From the very beginning the "Equal Right to Live" programme in Ivanovo Region gave noticeable results. During a visit to the Regional Oncological Centre and Ivanovo Regional Clinical Hospital Moscow specialists-oncologists held consultations with their colleagues from Ivanovo and outlined treatment tactics for the most difficult cases. Also, for the first time ever a space bridge was organized with President of the RAMS, Director of the Russian Research Centre of Oncology of the RAMS after the name of N. N. Blokhin Mikhail Davydov. After an examination and the space bridge it was decided to take a 13-year-old boy from Ivanovo, who had a difficult form of the disease, to the Russian Research Centre of Oncology of the RAMS after the name of N. N. Blokhin for treatment.
 
Actually, the programme in Ivanovo Region began the day before. On April 27 a master class on the topic "Innovative Technologies in Oncology"  was held for local doctors at the Oncological Center. During the master class specialists from the Russian Research Centre of Oncology after the name of N. N. Blokhin of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences exchanged their experience in the use of modern cancer treatment methods with their regional colleagues. Special attention was paid to treatment of colorectal cancer and anaemia.
 
Deputy Director for Scientific Work of the Russian Research Centre of Oncology after the name of N. N. Blokhin of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Doctor of Medical Sciences Mikhail Lichinitser:
"The use of the latest achievements in  treating malignant tumours makes it possible today to cure a lot patients, who were considered incurable a day ago. All specialists of the country should have a possibility to receive information about advanced methods and medicines, and to apply them in practice. The specialists of our Oncological Centre are ready for continuous exchange of experience with regional doctors. It is practical application of innovative methods that the lives of our patients depend on".