On 26 Oct 2018, the PanCareLIFE Closing Conference was held in Paris, immediately following the twice-yearly PanCare network meeting. The meeting included a joint symposium with PanCare and presentations of PanCareLIFE results. Over 120 participants attended the conference, representing researchers, clinicians, nurses, survivors and their families, and policymakers. Key stakeholders participated with presentations and participation […]
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PanCareLIFE researchers in UNIBE have published ‘Hearing loss and quality of life in survivors of paediatric CNS tumours and other cancers’ in Quality of Life Research (https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-018-2021-2). Check out all our publications on Research Gate.
It’s hard to believe we are nearing the end of the project – as our Research Manager, Julie Byrne, often reminds us, time flies! Check out our final newsletter!
UMC-Mainz researchers have published an overview of the PanCareLIFE project in the German journal Onkologe, Europäische PanCare-Studien zu Spätfolgen nach Krebs im Kindes- und Jugendalter, Onkologe 2018 24:754–759. You can read the full article here!
Our latest paper, published in the European Journal of Cancer, describes the scientific rationale for the PanCareLIFE project (103:227 – 237 (2018)). Read more here!
The WP3 team has published their protocol paper on two fertility studies completed as part of PanCareLIFE: Fertility Among Female Survivors of Childhood, Adolescent, and Young Adult Cancer: Protocol for Two Pan-European Studies (PanCareLIFE) in JMIR Res Protoc. (2018 14;7(9):e10824). You can read the full open access paper here!
On 29 Sept, over 200 young adult survivors of cancer gathered in Köln for the first Survivor Day of the German Childhood Cancer Foundation (DKS). PanCareLIFE was represented by Dr. Gabriele Calaminus, Dr. Desiree Grabow, Prof. Dr. Thorsten Langer, Prof. Dr. Anja Borgmann-Staudt and Katja Baust. In Germany, around 50,000 survivors are considered cured, and the DKS […]
The PanCare network has been involved in two EU-funded research projects (PanCareLIFE, PanCareSurFup) to advance knowledge of late effects and advance survivorship care for childhood cancer survivors. Deutschlandfunk Kultur spoke to cancer survivor Christine and PanCareLIFE coordinator Dr. Peter Kaatsch to learn more about the impact of European-funded research. The impact of Brexit on European research was also […]
Coordinated through St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study cohort has been assembled through the efforts of 31 participating centers in the United States and Canada. You can learn more about an important new tool that the Long Term Follow Up (LTFU) Study have developed to help survivors of childhood cancer, and […]
It’s hard to believe it’s been over 10 years since the first Erice statement in 2016, which laid out 10 key points summarising the essential components of cure and care for childhood cancer survivors! In Nov 2016, 65 pediatric cancer experts from 17 European countries and North America, including many members of the PanCareLIFE team, […]
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