Thank you to everyone for making Globe-athon 2015 such a great success! Together we all took a step to end women’s cancers.
Enjoy these videos of Globe-athon events from around the world!
Stay tuned for Globe-athon 2016 details coming soon! To learn more, please email [email protected]
The mission of Globe-athon is to increase awareness of women's cancers, address disparities, and transcend barriers (i.e. ethnic, racial, political, geographic, financial, cultural and religious) through educational outreach and global community engagement. The Globe-athon helps organize workshops and symposiums – events that are FREE and open to all. Please click below to see if any of these events are happening near you.
The mission of the Globe-athon, which has now spread to more than 80 countries, is to unify and grow the international effort to educate the world about these diseases, start conversations and create so much noise about the issue that eradication is inevitable. Now is the time to add your voice to the discussion and be silent no more.
Help women take care down there. Globe-athon is our call to action to raise awareness and show solidarity with our sisters from around the globe. Sign up for our global petition to save women’s lives and bring down the rates of gynecologic cancers!
A special Globe-athon symposium sponsored by the Permanent Mission of Grenada broke new ground at the United Nations. Called “A Call to Action: Eradication of Cervix Cancer,” the symposium featured leaders in medicine, science, advocacy, community and policy gathering from around the world to present best practices and discuss ways to coordinate efforts to eventually end GYN cancers.”
Watch selected lectures from this groundbreaking symposium.
You can watch No Evidence of Disease right now through Vimeo On Demand.
Learn about below the belt cancers such as uterine cancer, cervical cancer, and ovarian cancer.
It’s not too late to register your 2015 event, and follow Globe-athon on social media
Use your social networks and real-life interactions to spread awareness about the worldwide impact of below the belt cancers.