Eduardo L. Cazap, MD, PhD, is the founder and first president of the Latin American and Caribbean Society of Medical Oncology (SLACOM), the immediate past president of the International Union against Cancer (UICC), and the recently designated deputy chair of the Developing Countries Task Force of the European Society of Medical Oncology. He is internationally known as a regular speaker, chair, and/or moderator at global cancer and health meetings and for organizing major international conferences. Dr. Cazap’s leadership has helped push cancer and world health into the international political agenda. In 2011, largely due to the work of the UICC and other international cancer organizations, the United Nations held an unprecedented high-level meeting on cancer and other noncommunicable diseases. Dr. Cazap served as co-chair of the United Nations Civil Society Task Force to advise the President of the United Nations General Assembly during this meeting. In September 2010, Dr. Cazap was designated by the Argentinean government as a member of the Executive Board of the newly created National Cancer Institute of Argentina. Dr. Cazap’s main areas of research and interest are global health, cancer control and prevention, breast and cervical cancer, and independent clinical research. ASCO is pleased to recognize Dr. Cazap for his extraordinary leadership in the field of oncology and for his profound contribution to global cancer care.