Collaborative research agreement to combat cholangiocarcinoma between Khon Kaen University and McMaster University, Canada has been signed

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Associate Professor Dr. Pattapong Kessomboon of Department of Community Medicine and Professor Dr.Banchob Sripa of the WHO Collaborating Center for Research and Control of Opisthorchiasis, Faculty of Medicine and Professor Dr.Gina Agarwal and Assistant Professor Dr.Ricardo Angeles of the Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University, Canada have jointly planned a collaborative research project to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of an enhanced community-based health education and communication approach to preventing cholangiocarcinoma. The project is financially supported by the Thai Health Systems Research Institute and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. The project aims to generate practical knowledge that can be applied to other areas with similar problems both in Thailand and in neighboring countries. Researchers also hope to learn more about the barriers and facilitators for preventing CCA, including how culture, governance and health systems may impact the rates of infection.

 

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