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GCR is a virtual multidisciplinary collaborative, focused on creating a world where access to quality radiotherapy is universal and equitable.

Global Coalition for Radiotherapy supports those affected by war in Ukraine

Do you have additional details to support the GCR data?

We want to get it to the people who need it most.

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recent Event

Radiotherapy Task Force

Wed, 27 Apr 

The GCR established a Radiotherapy Task Force to support Ukraine. In our latest meeting, our members reported on updates from Ukraine, access to a consent form for patient data transfer and more ways to get help. 

What we do

The Global Coalition for Radiotherapy (GCR) is a collaboration of radiotherapy experts working to find synergies amongst the radiotherapy community at large.


We host monthly GCR Webinars and Roundtables, bringing experts, advocacy and industry together.

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We advise organisations interested in starting their own radiotherapy campaign.

Get started by downloading our Advocacy Toolkit.


We provide an archive of informative radiotherapy webinars, news and publications.

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GCR News

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Join the coalition

Interested in being a part of the GCR and contributing to radiotherapy advocacy efforts in your region of the world?

Join us as we work together to seize the opportunities for radiotherapy technology advancement to implement better health care delivery.


GCR in the News

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20 March 2022


Med-Tech Innovation News

Ways of increasing access to radiation therapy

Summarising his presentation in the GCR World Cancer Day Webinar, Paul Naine, director of global clinical operations at Elekta, explains why evolving human capabilities alongside technology is the key to improving access to radiation therapy.

19 March 2022



Raising the profile of radiotherapy: Advocacy efforts around the world

MedRad Research highlights the GCR as one of the growing global radiotherapy advocacy groups dedicated to increasing awareness of RT.