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Antiemetic usage today: risk-adapted approach

23.09.2020 - 18:00-19:00

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08.04.2020

Nutrition and Cachexia in Cancer Patients

Supported by Fresenius Kabi and Helsinn

Cachexia and malnutrition, important predictors of anticancer treatment success, should be detected at cancer diagnosis, treated as early as possible to improve the patients’ quality of life.

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09.04.2020

Improving Care of Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC) Patients in Europe

 Supported by Pfizer

Pfizer will partner with SPCC on an RFP-driven grant-making initiative to provide funding to European healthcare institutions and organizations for improving the quality of breast cancer care in their hospitals, health systems, or cancer care centers.

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16.04.2020

Improving Efficiency in Cancer Care: Education Programme 2019-2020 and Beyond

Supported by Bristol-Myers Squibb

ESO and ECCO have published position papers on the topic of efficiency improvement in cancer care. SPCC has decided to partner with various stakeholders to develop a plan of action.

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EDITORIAL

AAproo Matti

Dear visitor

 Welcome to the "new SPCC". In July 2004, the European School of Oncology (ESO) established the Sharing Progress in Cancer Care (SPCC) programme in order to facilitate its interactions with industry partners. Donations from SPCC partners were pooled and used to support a number of ESO initiatives including the Masterclasses in Clinical Oncology, Cancer World magazine  (now an SPCC project ) and free or low-fee CME recognized educational events. SPCC is now an independent non-profit entity established in Switzerland, working in partnership with many organisations, in a very similar way. We are here to facilitate the dialogue between the patient and professional cancer-related community and the research and development departments of industry with an interest for cancer, not only in Europe but worldwide. Our work will be helped by an independent scientific committee, whose guidance will lead to the development of many educational projects, highlighting pathways for cancer care improvement and access to innovation.

CANCERWORLD

Cancerworld

 

Cancer World publishes a new article and a news piece online each week on www.cancerworld.net.

Visit www.cancerworld.net to register for the fortnightly Cancer World Newsletter and keep up to date with the latest news and articles.

To receive a free printed copy, twice a year, subscribe via the website.

Cancer World is distributed at major conferences, and mailed to subscribers and European leaders.

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