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 how our results can be used to inform the development of future diagnostics and therapies for young cancer patients. During the visit, survivors also talked about their lives after cancer.
Following the tour, the EU projects featured in an article in Allgemeine Zeitung.
The project summary presented at the tour is available in German.
Coordinator Peter Kaatsch (middle) with members of the Mainz PanCareLIFE team, Claudia Spix (left) and Desiree Grabow (right)