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SIOP Europe Annual Meeting & CCI Europe Conference

2019-09-25T12:58:57+01:00

PanCareFollowUp was presented during the CCI Europe Conference, 23-24 May 2019 in Prague, which was held during the SIOP Europe Annual Meeting. The meeting was dedicated to the latest developments in Paediatric Oncology and included many interactive workshops. PanCareFollowUp's coordinator Prof. Leontien Kremer gave an overview of the project's interventions and planned activities. Prof. Leontien [...]

SIOP Europe Annual Meeting & CCI Europe Conference2019-09-25T12:58:57+01:00

PanCare Spring 2019 Meeting

2019-09-25T13:17:26+01:00

At the PanCare 2019 Spring Meeting (24 - 26 April 2019, Opatija, Croatia), a session was devoted to PanCareFollowUp, with a general introduction (Prof. Leontien Kremer, Coordinator), person-centred care presentation (Dr. Jacqueline Loonen) and update on guidelines and PLAIN information (Prof. Rod Skinner).

PanCare Spring 2019 Meeting2019-09-25T13:17:26+01:00

Successful Kickoff Meeting!

2019-01-17T09:14:06+00:00

The team came together at the Lloyd Hotel in Amsterdam on 15 January 2019 to kick off the project. It was a packed day, filled with enthusiasm and collaboration as we planned the first year of the project. Over the next year, we'll be focused on developing the materials for our two interventions, PanCareFollowUp Care [...]

Successful Kickoff Meeting!2019-01-17T09:14:06+00:00

Still a long way to go in long-term follow-up care

2018-12-17T13:21:51+00:00

Still a long way to go in long-term follow-up care “It is clear that the child cured of cancer must be followed for life, not so much because late recurrence of disease is feared as to permit detection of the delayed consequences of radio- and chemotherapy. Careful studies of these late effects [...]

Still a long way to go in long-term follow-up care2018-12-17T13:21:51+00:00
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