New Publication from University of Bern

PanCareLIFE researchers at the University of Bern have just published a new paper ‘Validation of questionnaire-reported hearing with medical records: A report from the Swiss Childhood Cancer Survivor Study’, funded in part by PanCareLIFE. You can read the full, open access article here.

PanCareLIFE Publication on Fertility Preservation Guidelines

Our publication ‘Fertility preservation in children, adolescents, and young adults with cancer: Quality of clinical practice guidelines and variations in recommendations’ has been published in Cancer (2016 Jul 15;122(14):2216-23. doi: 10.1002/cncr.30047.).

You can read the full, open access article here.

CANCER June 2016

 

PanCareLIFE in Pediatrie pro praxi

In December 2015, PanCareLIFE researcher Dr. Jarmila Kruseová from FN Motol in Prague published an article ‘Follow-up of oncologically cured children by general practitioners’ in Pediatrie pro praxi, a Czech medical journal.

Pediatr praxi

PanCareLIFE in Vox Pediatriae

In September 2015, PanCareLIFE researcher Dr. Jarmila Kruseová from FN Motol in Prague has published an article ‘Late Effects after Treatment of Solid Tumours in Children in Vox Pediatriae, a Czech magazine for pediatricians.

Vox pediatr

PanCareLIFE and PanCareSurFup partners publish ‘Childhood cancer survivor cohorts in Europe’

A new publication from PanCareLIFE and PanCareSurFup partners about ‘Childhood cancer survivor cohorts in Europe’ has been published in Acta Oncologica.

The paper presents an overview of the current large, national and pan-European studies of late effects after childhood cancer, in particular the EU-funded collaborative research projects PanCareSurFup and PanCareLIFE. The large cohort studies described in the paper aim to provide every European childhood cancer survivor with better care and better long-term health so that they reach their full potential and enjoy the same quality of life and opportunities as their peers, as much as is possible.

Read More: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/0284186X.2015.1008648