The Centre for Innovation in Medicine, together with 16 European Partners launched, on May 16-17, the European-funded Horizon Cancer Mission project “Personalized CANcer Primary Prevention Research through Citizen Participation and digitally-enabled social innovation” (4P-CAN) in Bucharest, Romania.
Thoughts from the ECHoS Kick-Off meeting – bringing the Cancer Mission vision to member states
Some thoughts after the inspiring kick-off meeting of the #ECHoS project organized by AICIB – Agência de Investigação Clínica e Inovação Biomédica in Lisbon, May 3 and 4.
ECHoS Project: Establishing of Cancer Mission Hubs – Networks and Synergies
Cancer represents a global health challenge. It affects everyone regardless of gender, or even social status and is a tremendous burden for patients, families, friends, and societies. According to the European Cancer Information System, the incidence of cancer in Europe […]
Science continues in Ukraine: study on gastric cancer trends in the last 10 years highlights inequalities when comparing to the European rates
Science continues in Ukraine: study on gastric cancer trends in the last 10 years highlight inequalities when comparing to the European rates
Hugo Soares, on the vision behind ECHoS project – citizens’ engagement and non-traditional stakeholders to reach Cancer Mission goals
ECHoS (Establishing Cancer Mission Hubs: Networks and Synergies) is a project aiming to ensure the implementation of the Cancer Mission activities in all member states by establishing and developing Cancer Mission Hubs operating at national, regional, and local levels.
East-West divide: the turning point of Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan
East-West inequalities in cancer, the turning point of Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan, can only be solved in Eastern Europe. In Bucharest, Sofia, Vilnius, Riga, Belgrade, Pristina or Chisinau, not elsewhere. European funds must follow this reality.