A European Act of Unity for World Cancer Day on 4 February 201703/02/2017
Cancer is a global issue, and on World Cancer Day, we must unite our forces more than ever to advance research in the fight against cancer, to implement better prevention and care policies, and to see
Save the Date: CCI Europe Meeting in Rome31/01/2017
“Connecting Europe” will be the theme of the 8th CCI Europe Regional Conference, which will be hosted by the Italian Childhood Cancer Association (FIAGOP) on May 12-14, 2017 in Rome (Italy).
MCCR Fellows: The Next Generation of Clinical Investigators31/01/2017
The 2017 MCCR Workshop – the 19th ECCO-AACR-EORTC-ESMO Workshop on Methods in Clinical Cancer Research – is a unique opportunity to build the next generation of cancer clinical research experts. The n
Latest News from PanCare: the Erice Meeting31/01/2017
The last meeting of the PanCareSurFup project took place on November 1-3, 2016 in Erice (Italy), on the occasion of the 18th PanCare meeting.
Latest News from ExPO-r-Net: ERN Approval31/01/2017
The application for a paediatric oncology European Reference Network (PaedOnc ERN) submitted to the European Commission by partners of the ExPO-r-Net project has been approved. ERNs create connections
Message from the President & the Office31/01/2017
I would like to start my message by wishing all of you a wonderful new year, full of success and prosperity for you, your family and your friends. This newsletter is a special occasion for me to tell
After cancer, long-term health - Launch of the Survivorship Passport in Switzerland31/01/2017
As 80% of children and young people are today surviving cancer, it is essential that health systems and all relevant stakeholders are properly informed about the possible risks that survivors might en
The SIOPE Society Day: A Quality Event31/01/2017
For a few days, Amsterdam has been the beating heart of childhood cancer specialists around Europe.
Achievements in Implementing the SIOPE Strategic Plan31/01/2017
Cancer in young people is rare, but it is still a major health issue in Europe. Although the survival rates for this disease greatly improved in Europe over the past fifty years – thanks to the multi
Developments in the EU Paediatric Regulation31/01/2017