PanCare is a multidisciplinary pan‐European network of professionals, survivors and their families that aims to reduce the frequency, severity and impact of late side‐effects of the treatment of children and adolescents with cancer. Survivors play a very important role in the network, so the PanCare team has prepared a video explaining the importance of listening to survivors. […]
The latest newsletters from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study and Long-Term Follow-Up Study are now available. Learn more about the Advancing Survivors’ Knowledge (ASK) About Skin Cancer Study, meeting survivors’ health-related needs, the next wave of the Long-Term Follow-up Study and more!
The 20th PanCare meeting was held 3 – 5 Oct 2017 in Luebeck, Germany, hosted by PanCareLIFE WP5 leader Thorsten Langer. The meeting covered a range of topics, including guidelines and practical consequences for endocrine long-term late effects, survivorship and long-term follow-up guidelines after stem cell transplantation. There were also updates from the PanCare EU projects, PanCareLIFE and […]
PanCareLIFE Research Manager Dr. Julianne Byrne (Boyne Research Institute) attended the Children & Cancer Forum last week in Washington, DC. The conference featured presentations and discussions by clinicians, researchers, parents and survivors, on topics ranging from immunotherapy to big data to survivors’ stories to underwriting. The conference was sponsored by the AFLAC insurance company and was […]
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