CureAll Américas represents the action
of many involved in improving care
and results for all children and adolescents
with cancer in Latin America and the Caribbean,
within the framework of the
WHO Global Initiative for Childhood Cancer.
The WHO global initiative against childhood cancer aims to achieve at least a 60% survival rate for children and adolescents with cancer by 2030.
Every year, at least 29,000 children and adolescents younger than 19 years will develop cancer in Latin America and the Caribbean.
●South America ●Central America, Dominican Rep.,
Haiti and Mexico
CureAll Americas in numbers
CureAll Americas Active Projects.
Health professionals trained in PAHO virtual childhood cancer courses.
2 virtual courses
4 Technical documents
4 Regional panoramas
2 Communication campaigns
1 Set of materials for parents and caregivers
Countries that have a plan, policy, or law that includes childhood cancer.
Countries that have national regulations or guidelines on timely diagnosis of childhood cancer.
Countries that are implementing a national strategy to prevent and control treatment abandonment.
Countries that are implementing pediatric cancer registries.
CureAll Americas: a joint effort to increase childhood cancer survival