PanCareLIFE in the German media

On 21 June, members of the German press joined a tour of three EU projects in Mainz, which included PanCareLIFE. The tour was organised by the Regional Representation of the European Commission in Bonn. During an hour-long session, the impact of PanCareLIFE’s research into fertility and hearing impairment late effects in long-term survivors was described, as well as […]

Childhood Cancer International Latest Newsletter

It’s been a busy few months for Childhood Cancer International! Learn about their work to put pediatric cancer on the EU agenda and more here in their latest newsletter.

PanCareLIFE to feature at German Press Conference on EU projects

On Thursday, June 21, 2018, PanCareLIFE will be featured at a press conference highlighting EU-funded projects in the Rhineland-Palatinate region. Three EU-funded projects, which have received a total of around 11 million euros from the EU, will feature: In the PanCareLIFE project, researchers are looking at late effects, such as infertility and hearing loss among long-term survivors of childhood cancer. Long-term survivors of […]

Influence of genetic variation on late toxicities in childhood cancer survivors

Check out our latest open access publication in Critical Reviews in Oncology/Hematology!

PanCareLIFE features in FNM Newsletter

The March edition of the FNM newsletter includes a feature on PanCareLIFE. The article describes how the paradigm in childhood oncology has changed from acute care to cure cancer to chronic care, where there is a focus on cure but also on prevention of late effects and their lifelong, informed management. Lifelong management relies on systematic research […]