The Association for Directors of Centers and Institutes of Oncology and Radiology of the CIS and Eurasian Countries (ADIOR of the CIS and Eurasia) was established on the initiative of Trapeznikov N.N., the famous oncologist and academician of the RAS and RAMS, when in the former Soviet republics it was required to restore the previously well-operating system for coordinating scientific research, training professional personnel, exchanging scientific information in the field of diagnostics and development of methods for treating oncology patients, organizing cancer control and preventing malignant neoplasms.
The structure of the established Association included heads of centers and institutes of oncology, radiology and roentgenology of twelve members of the Commonwealth of Independent States. The work of the Association was started at the first congress in Moscow in 1996.
A meeting on the development of the Action Plan for the implementation of the Cooperation Concept of the CIS Member States in the field of oncology diseases control was held in Minsk on the 28th of November, 2017. Russia was represented by Igor Samoylenko, ADIOR programs and development manager.
Today, on November 27, 2017, at the morning conference for the personnel of the center, Mikhail Davydov, the head of the FGBU "N.N. Blokhin National Medicinal Research Center of Oncology" of the Ministry of Health of Russia, officially announced that he completely ceases his activity as head of the center and work in medicine.
The monothematic scientific and practical conference in the format of the master class "Modern Approaches to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Breast Cancer" was held in the Namangan Regional Oncology Dispensary, organized jointly by the ADIOR and the Association of Oncologists of Uzbekistan.
October 11 marks the 70th anniversary of Mikhail Davydov, the academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, director of the FGBU “N.N. Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center" of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Honored Science Worker of the Russian Federation, and President of the ADIOR.
ADIOR in collaboration with the Association of Uzbekistan Oncologists organized and held the first monothematic scientific and practical conference in the format of a master class at the National Cancer Research Center of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan (Tashkent).
The conference was devoted to modern approaches to the treatment of resectable types of gastric cancer. During the conference, Academician Davidov M.I. performed a surgical operation (gastrectomy, splenectomy, D2 lymphadenectomy) broadcasting it from the operating room to the conference room online and answering the listeners’ questions during the operation. After the operation, specialists from the N.N. Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center made reports on surgical treatment, chemotherapy, drug and maintenance therapy for stomach cancer within the workshop on combination therapy. Also specialists N.N. Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center, headed by Academician Davydov M.I. studied clinical cases prepared by the doctors of the National Cancer Research Center of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The reference book published by ADIOR in Eurasian oncology magazine "CIS Malignant tumors statistics data 2014" is available for downloading:
Last Saturday, on the 4th of February, people from around the world took part in more than 800 events on the occasion of the World Cancer Day, which took place in more than 100 countries of all continents.
This year, people, organizations, cities, communities, schools and governments joined to draw the attention of the general public to one of the most dangerous diseases by means of flash mobs in city parks, free oncoscreenings in clinics, sports events on the beaches, conferences with experts and fundraising in schools and organizations under the slogan "We can, I can".
The events dedicated to the World Cancer Day 2017 were also held in the ADIOR institutes.
Every year, starting from 2005, the World Cancer Day under the aegis of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) is celebrated on the 4th of February. The purpose of this Day is mainstreaming, raising public awareness about cancer, early detection and initiation of the disease treatment.
This year, the Union for International Cancer Control holds the events of the World Cancer Day under the slogan "We can. I can," appealing everyone to support the fight against cancer.
The ceremony of presenting national awards of the Russian Federation was held in the Kremlin residence of the President of Russia Putin V.V. on January 26, 2017. The Chief oncologist of Russia, the Director of the FGBU “N.N. Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center", ADIOR President, Academician Mikhail Davydov was awarded a fourth-class Order of Merit for the Motherland.
"For the first time I’ve got an award from the President, it means absolute trust, great honor and, of course, big responsibility for me. Our work is not public and does not suggest any national awards, since it is an integral part of the global government task, i.e. the health of people. Vladimir Vladimirovich, I promise that I and my colleagues will do what we can in solving this problem, " Mikhail Davydov said after getting the award during the grand ceremony at the Kremlin.
On behalf of the entire ADIOR staff we congratulate Mikhail Ivanovich on getting such an honorary award and wish continued success!
3,260 participants from 139 countries were registered at the Congress. At the exhibition 56 stands were presented, more than 140 workshops were held, with more than 500 speakers. The materials of the Congress included 680 abstracts. It is safe to say that the Congress was a big success.
ADIOR became a full member of the International Union Against Cancer.
The IX Congress of Oncologists and Radiologists of the CIS and Eurasian Countries was held on June 15-17, 2016 in Minsk, the Republic of Belarus. Approximately 2,300 specialists from 19 countries took part in the work of the Congress, including representatives of the ADIOR member countries, such as Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, as well as the near and far-abroad countries, i.e. Belgium, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, USA, France, Switzerland. The venue of the Congress was chosen deliberately, as it was one of the largest CIS cities with almost two million people and a large cancer center.