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GLOBE-ATHON»  uicc.org

THE WALK TO END WOMEN'S CANCERS From the United States to Ghana, from Austria to Antarctica, from Peru to South Korea, people from all over the world are joining in the first ever international relay[...]

SIOP Congress»  uicc.org

UICC President Elect Tezer Kutluk will co-chair a joint session with SIOP President Gabriele Calaminus at the 45th Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology. Taking place in Hong K[...]

New resource for educators: Interview a researcher working on cancer!»  xplorehealth.eu

Home › Interview a researcher working on cancer! Worksheets for pupils | Skin cancer exposed In this guide, we suggest interviewing a person dedicated to research on cancer. First you will need to d[...]

Carbon nanotubes - bullets in the fight against cancer»  europa.eu

Carbon nanotubes, tiny tubes of rolled-up carbon sheets, hold great potential for delivering therapeutic heat, drugs and medical sensors directly to where they are needed to attack cancerous cells. C[...]

Dr Michael Munishi Oreste Testimonial - First awardee of the UICC-IARC Development Fellowship (2012) - Testimonial»  iarc.fr

Dr Oresto Michael Munishi, Director of the Kilimanjaro Cancer Registry, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre, Moshi, United Republic of Tanzania, received the first awardee of the UICC-IARC Developme[...]

Swiss Cancer League visits UICC»  uicc.org

Geneva, 4th September - Kathrin Kramis, CEO of The Swiss Cancer League, visited UICC this week. One of UICC's oldest members and patrons, The Swiss Cancer League have taken an active part in our glob[...]

Research Headlines - A fine eye for detail with new breast cancer screening»  europa.eu

Breast screening with x-ray mammography has made a vital contribution to reducing deaths from breast cancer. Dr José Maria Benlloch of CSIC (Spanish National Research Council) and his partners in the[...]

Periodic Report Summary - CD14 (Innate and adaptive immune responses to nanocell-based tumour-targeted cancer therapeutics)»  europa.eumsw8

UNIVERSITAETSMEDIZIN GOETTINGEN - GEORG-AUGUST-UNIVERSITAET GOETTINGEN - STIFTUNG OEFFENTLICHEN RECHTS The CD14 project has aimed at surveying the extent to what proprietary, bacterially-derived anti[...]

YAU Survey: Attitudes to High-risk Prostate Cancer»  uroweb.org

The Prostate Cancer Working Group of the EAU Young Academic Urologists is conducting a survey among European urologists on the management of patients with high-risk prostate cancer. The brief survey [...]

Research Headlines - Massive study closes in on cancers risk markers»  europa.eu

Cancer research has taken a huge leap forward with scientists now able to identify more than 80 genetic markers found to increase the risk of breast, ovarian and prostate cancer. The COGS internation[...]

Ground-breaking work to improve gene therapy»  europa.eu

For many disabling or fatal diseases, there is pre-clinical or clinical evidence of the potential therapeutic benefits of gene therapy. Unfortunately, the limitations of current gene transfer technol[...]

Final Report Summary - PROSPER (Prostate cancer: profiling and evaluation of ncRNA)»  europa.eumsw8

TAMPEREEN YLIOPISTO Executive Summary: Annually, over 200 000 new prostate cancer cases are diagnosed in Europe. The widespread use of prostate specific antigen (PSA) tests on asymptomatic men and an[...]

Bicycle "Rainbow Tour" in Germany for Cancer Patients»  uicc.org

Cancer survivors give encouragement and support to young cancer patients in Germany Supporting young cancer patients is the aim of a special bicycle tour in Germany. During the so called [...]

European Association of Urology Young Academic Urologists Survey: Attitudes to High-risk Prostate Cancer»  uroweb.org

The Prostate Cancer Working Group of the EAU Young Academic Urologists is conducting a survey among European urologists on the management of patients with high-risk prostate cancer. The brief survey [...]

ENCR-JRC Collaboration and Official Website Launch»  europa.eu

The European Network of Cancer Registries (ENCR) endorsed the JRC's role in hosting its secretariat, representing a major milestone for the JRC and opening the door towards the coordination and ha[...]

Advanced nanotechnologies for diagnosing cancer»  europa.eu

One promising area in the fight against cancer is the use of nanotechnology - the manipulation of matter at an atomic and molecular scale for specific medical aims. The EU-funded NAMDIATREAM ('Nanote[...]

Advanced nanotechnologies for diagnosing cancer»  europa.eu

One promising area in the fight against cancer is the use of nanotechnology - the manipulation of matter at an atomic and molecular scale for specific medical aims. The EU-funded project NAMDIATREA[...]

World Cancer Declaration: second phase of the eConsultation process»  uicc.org

Thank you to those of you who have participated in the first phase of World Cancer Declaration eConsultation. The input received so far has been invaluable and provides us with some great guidance fo[...]

EFSA issues guiding principles for two-year whole food studies »

EFSA has set out guiding principles that will help scientists carry out two-year whole food feeding studies to assess the risk of cancer and/or toxicity from the long-term consumption of such foods by humans.

New events on cancer»  europa.eu

European Commission - 0[...]

2013 Best Cancer Reporter Awards announced!»  uicc.org

First prize in cancer journalism award shared by British and American journalists Milan, Italy - 22 July, 2013 - Tiffany O'Callaghan, Opinion Editor with the UK's New Scientist magazine and US-based [...]

About UICC»  uicc.org

We unite the cancer community to reduce the global cancer burden, to promote greater equity, and to integrate cancer control into the world health and development agenda.[...]

HPV vaccine could also prevent oropharyngeal cancer, says IARC »  uicc.org

Lyon, France, 18 July 2013 A new study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), in partnership with Costa Rican investigators and the United States National Cancer Institute (NCI), [...]

IARC Press Release»  uicc.org

HPV vaccine could also prevent oropharyngeal cancer, says IARC Lyon, France, 18 July 2013 - A new study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), in partnership with Costa Rican inve[...]

World Cancer Declaration Refresh»  uicc.org

eConsultation on current version closes this Friday 19th July. We need your feedback! We are pleased to invite you to participate in an e-consultation on the World Cancer Declaration (WCD) that aims [...]

Chest radiation cancer patients with risk factors should have CV screening every 5-10 years »  escardio.org

Professor Patrizio Lancellotti: The prevalence of radiation-induced heart disease is increasing because the rate of cancer survival has improved. It's a long term risk, and RIHD manifests 5-20 years [...]

Urology Week 2013: Benign prostatic enlargement»  uroweb.org

Benign prostatic enlargement (BPE) affects many men across Europe, and reliable information on the condition is therefore essential. Urology Week, the annual campaign to increase public awareness of [...]

PCTRE Meeting: Two-way communication between bench and clinic»  uroweb.org

On 27-28 June 2013, the Swedish city of Malmö will host the 2nd Meeting on Prostate Cancer Translational Research in Europe. This meeting is truly unique as it fosters the vital cooperation between b[...]

Amsterdam to host International State-of-the-Art Conference on Prostate and Kidney Cancers»  uroweb.org

In a meeting aimed at urologists as well as medical oncologists, the organisers of the State-of-the Art conference look for a common, international and multidisciplinary approach to patient care. The[...]

5th EMUC to examine personalised therapies for urological cancers»  uroweb.org

Developments in personalised therapies for cancers and how these can be used and further refined in the treatment of urological cancers will be one of the key topics in the 5th European Multidiscipli[...]

PCTRE Meeting in Malmö looks at PCa research, treatment future»  uroweb.org

Future research collaborations within prostate cancer, and how they will be funded were discussed at Prostate Cancer Translational Research in Europe Meeting (PCTRE) in Malmö, Sweden. New cutting-edg[...]

UICC attends major Summit on health and development»  uicc.org

Heads of State, current and former First Ladies and civil society met on 2-3 July at the African First Ladies Summit in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Board Member, Anne Lise Ryel, represented UICC at this[...]

European Medicines Agency recommends approval of fourth advanced therapy in Europe»  europa.eu

The European Medicines Agency?s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) has recommended granting a marketing authorisation for a new advanced-therapy medicinal product (ATMP).[...]

European Medicines Agency recommends approval of Tafinlar for the treatment of metastatic melanoma»  europa.eu

The European Medicines Agency?s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) has recommended marketing authorisation for Tafinlar (dabrafenib) for the treatment of adult patients with advanc[...]

Pancreatic cancer: tackling the tumour by targeting its surroundings»  europa.eu

With fewer than 5 percent of sufferers surviving beyond five years of diagnosis, pancreatic cancer is one of the most lethal of all cancers. Late diagnosis is one reason for these statistics, but so [...]

Tackling the complications of childhood cancer treatment»  europa.eu

While the diagnosis of any child or teenager with cancer is extremely traumatic, there have been huge advances in treatment; the five-year survival rate is now 80 percent in developed countries. With[...]

Transforming cervical screening»  europa.eu

There is nothing like a big celebrity name to create global attention to a big health concern. As a result we now have the 'Jolie effect' to describe the influence actress Angelina Jolie has had on p[...]

Identifying the drivers of breast cancer»  europa.eu

Information on what causes breast cancer is sorely lacking, making early detection crucial. The sooner breast cancer is found, the greater the chance of treatment and cure. But the situation becomes [...]

Early HPV testing could detect sexually transmitted oral cancer»pdf

Antibodies to a high-risk type of human papillomavirus (HPV16) could help detect cancer several years before the clinical onset of the disease, reveals a new study from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)

New biomarker to help detect early stage cancer»  europa.eu

The earlier cancer is detected, the more successful treatment is likely to be. Yet while this is a key message behind many public health campaigns, detection methods are still being improved. One way[...]

Are you a journalist interested in health? The EU Health Prize for Journalists 2013 has just been launched»

EU Health Prize for Journalists is awarded to stimulate high-quality journalism that raises awareness of issues related to good health, healthcare and patients' rights.

How to increase up-take rates in colorectal cancer screening»  europa.eu

JRC organises an expert workshop[...]

Using gene therapy to tackle complex brain disease»  europa.eu

Substantial progress has been made in the development of treatments for a particular brain disease, thanks in part to an EU-funded project. The X-ALD project focused on achieving a better understandi[...]

Research Headlines - Laying down markers for future cancer treatments»  europa.eu

Targeting existing proteins in the human body which contribute to the growth of cancerous cells can help researchers develop tailor-made treatments. A team of EU researchers is working on ways to tri[...]

Alcohol causes cancer- health experts call on increased actions »  eurocare.org

Today in Dublin health experts from across Europe have gathered at the Conference for the European Week against Cancer.[...]

Cancer incidence and mortality patterns in Europe: Estimates for 40 countries in 2012 »pdf

Published by in the European Journal of Cancer, it is now available via open access.

Personalising treatments for cancer therapy»  europa.eu

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for 7. 6 million deaths (around 13 % of all deaths). Despite significant efforts invested [...]

Mind the Gender Gap! Smoking and Drinking in Girls andWomen»

In support of the European Week Against Cancer and in celebration of the Irish Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) held a workshop 'Mind the Gender Gap: Smoking and Drinking in Girls and Women'.

Alcohol causes cancer- health experts call on increased actions »  eurocare.org

Today in Dublin health experts from across Europe have gathered at the Conference for the European Week against Cancer.[...]

EU research making headway in early cancer detection»  europa.eu

An EU-funded project is pushing the envelope on cancer treatment delivery, through the development of emerging technology based on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and high-intensity focused ultrasou[...]

United Nations to establish WHO-led Interagency Task Force on the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases»

22 July 2013 | Geneva - The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) adopted a resolution requesting the UN Secretary-General to establish a United Nations Interagency Task Force on the Prevention and Control on Noncommunicable Diseases.

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