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Childhood cancer survival should be improved, study shows

Childhood cancer survival should be improved, study shows

10/12/2013

The recently published Lancet Oncology paper by Gemma Gatta et al. provides the EUROCARE 5  results on childhood cancer survival in Europe between 2005 - 2007 as compared to previous years.

SIOPE ex-Board member David Walker is the new BNOS President

SIOPE ex-Board member David Walker is the new BNOS President

06/12/2013

Childhood Cancer Survival in Europe at the Beginning of the New Millennium

Childhood Cancer Survival in Europe at the Beginning of the New Millennium

05/12/2013

 

Thank you for making ECC 2013 a big success for multidisciplinarity and paediatric oncology!

Thank you for making ECC 2013 a big success for multidisciplinarity and paediatric oncology!

14/11/2013

 

Joint 25th Annual Meeting of the I-BFM SG & 9th Biennial Childhood Leukemia Symposium

Joint 25th Annual Meeting of the I-BFM SG & 9th Biennial Childhood Leukemia Symposium

04/11/2013

International TYA Leaders Summit Meeting

International TYA Leaders Summit Meeting

09/10/2013

6 July 2014, London, UK

BDA Paediatric Workshop 2013

BDA Paediatric Workshop 2013

07/10/2013

Joint EONS - Teenage Cancer Trust TYA Nurse Leadership Summit

Joint EONS - Teenage Cancer Trust TYA Nurse Leadership Summit

07/10/2013

A TYA Nurse Leadership Summit - jointly funded by Teenage Cancer Trust and European Oncology Nursing Society - will take place on 1 and 2 May 2014 in Dublin, Ireland. Participations grant are availabl

Standards of Care for Children with Cancer: now in 16 languages!

Standards of Care for Children with Cancer: now in 16 languages!

25/09/2013

The dissemination of the Standards of Care is making fast progresses: having it today already available in 15 languages makes this important document easily accessible in most European hospitals, clin

The Survivorship Passport: an innovative solution for follow-up

The Survivorship Passport: an innovative solution for follow-up

25/09/2013

An outstanding achievement of ENCCA has been the partnership between professionals, survivors and IT experts to create a “Survivorship Passport”. As 80% of young people with cancer are now surviving,