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2015 PanCare Meeting to be held in Dublin 27 – 29 May

We look forward to extending Céad Mile Fáilte (a hundred thousand welcomes) to Pancare delegates in May 2015. The PanCare Meeting will be held in Trinity College Dublin, a world class city centre located conference location. Alongside the conference, there will be the opportunity to explore the best that Dublin has to offer, including a […]

European Cancer Rehabilitation & Survivorship Symposium hears about PanCareLIFE’s progress

The European Cancer Rehabilitation & Survivorship Symposium (ECRS) 2014 took place September 8-9, 2014 in Copenhagen. Jeanette Falck Winther presented a poster entitled ‘Childhood Cancer Survivor Cohorts in Europe’ (abstract nr. 99) including information on PanCareLIFE;  Abstract and program book ECRS 2014 can be viewed here. This 12th Acta Oncologica Symposium is organized by Acta Oncologica & the […]

Dietrich-Niethammer-Preis for PanCareLIFE Coordinator

PanCareLIFE Coordinator Dr. Peter Kaatsch received the “Dietrich-Niethammer-Preis” of the German Society for Pediatric Oncology and Hematology (GPOH) 2014 in September 2014. The award recognizes excellence in the field of pediatric oncology. Congratulations Peter! Source: Peter Pulkowski (University Medical Center Mainz)

Strides towards a long-term European Cancer Plan for children and teens

European paediatric oncology stakeholders commit to deliver a long-term European Paediatric Cancer Plan for better care and research for children and adolescents with cancer. Last week, 160 key stakeholders from 31 countries met at the SIOPE-ENCCA Conference in Brussels. Here, the delegates shared and discussed expert opinions, experiences and best practices in every area of paediatric […]

German Press Release for PanCareLIFE

Please find the original on the Westfälische Wilhelms-University of Münster website here. Bessere Lebensqualität für junge Krebs-Überlebende: EU-Förderung für PanCareLIFE Nachricht vom 12.08.2014 Prof. Antoinette am Zehnhoff-Dinnesen, Prof. Uta Dirksen und Dr. Gabriele Calaminus (v.l.n.r.) arbeiten von Münster aus am Forschungsprojekt PanCareLIFE (Foto: privat) Münster (mfm/tw) – Krebserkrankungen bei Kindern und Jugendlichen werden immer häufiger […]