News Releases

EU Beating Cancer Plan public consultations

EU Beating Cancer Plan public consultations

26/02/2020

This is a unique opportunity to make sure that children and adolescents with cancer, survivors and their families, are included in the EU and member states’ agenda.

ICCD 2020 News Release: Artificial Intelligence and Big Data

ICCD 2020 News Release: Artificial Intelligence and Big Data

24/02/2020

AI and Big Data: Towards the next frontier in paediatric cancer research & innovation in Europe.

FAIR (Fostering Age Inclusive Research) Trials Initiative

FAIR (Fostering Age Inclusive Research) Trials Initiative

18/02/2020

Teenagers with cancer set to benefit from international initiative aimed at lowering the age of participation to potentially life-saving treatments.

SIOP Europe on Brexit

SIOP Europe on Brexit

10/02/2020

In this post-Brexit era, SIOP Europe is committed to securing long-term collaboration in research, clinical trials and access to medicines in the best interest of children and young people with cancer.

President's Message

President's Message

27/01/2020

SIOP Europe Newsletter - Winter edition (January 2020).

SIOPE Host Genome Working Group

SIOPE Host Genome Working Group

17/01/2020

The Host Genome Working Group (HGWG) was officially launched at the SIOP Europe 2019 Annual Meeting and the next meeting will be held at #SIOPEurope20 in Valencia.

SIOP Europe 2020 Annual Meeting

SIOP Europe 2020 Annual Meeting

16/01/2020

The Preliminary Programme is online!

PARTNER Project

PARTNER Project

15/01/2020

PARTNER (ERN-PAEDCAN Partner: Paediatric Rare Tumours Network – PARTNER) is a three-year Health Programme funded project running from January 2018 to December 2020.

'2019 Highlights – A look back at SIOP Europe’s year'

'2019 Highlights – A look back at SIOP Europe’s year'

23/12/2019

During 2019, SIOP Europe achieved many exciting milestones, as we launched several new activities. Read the op-ed in Touch Oncology.

Prof Pamela Kearn in Cancer World Magazine

Prof Pamela Kearn in Cancer World Magazine

29/10/2019

'Reducing inequalities in access to the best available care, expertise and research'.