About A.C.Camargo

International Collaboration

  • IAEA
  • International agency for research on cancer
  • MD Anderson cancer center

Institutions such as AIEA (Atomic Energy international Agency) and IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer), a body of the World Health Organization headquartered in France, allocated funds to A.C.Camargo for the development of new technologies for cancer diagnosis and treatment.

MD Anderson Cancer Center, main Oncology Treatment Center of the world, established a partnership with A.C.Camargo and the Hospital became a Sister Institution.

A.C.Camargo Cancer Center is, since 2007, responsible for the National Institute for Oncogenomics Science and Technology (INCITO), with the following international collaborators: MD Anderson Cancer Center (USA); McGill University (Canada); International Agency for Research in Cancer, IARC (France); Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (USA); National Cancer Institute, NCI (USA); International Prevention Research Institute, IPRI (France); University of Princeton (USA); Institut Gustave Roussy (France); University College of London (England); Universidad de Córdoba (Argentina); University of Toronto (Canada); University of Western Ontario (Canada); Georgetown University (USA); University Paris-Decartes (France); Kings College of London (England) and Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal).

Also in the research ambit, A.C.Camargo shares its Tumor Bank with Hospital do Câncer of the municipality of Barretos. Together, these institutions are responsible for the largest tumoral tissue collection for cancer research of Latin America. Another important partnership in cancer collaboration projects is that with Instituto do Câncer de São Paulo (ICESP), linked to Universidade de São Paulo.