Survivorship

[KickCancer Patient Expert Training] Life after cancer treatment – Long term follow-up

This webinar is a part of the “Patient Expert” training program offered in Belgium by KickCancer and the Patient Expert Center. Title: Life after cancer treatment – Long term follow-upSpeakers: Prof. Dr. Maëlle de Ville de Goyet, Paediatric hemato-oncologist, at Cliniques universitaires Saint Luc Download the presentation hereDownload In this webinar, we'll explore life beyond

[KickCancer Patient Expert Training] Understanding paediatric cancers

This webinar is a part of the “Patient Expert” training program offered in Belgium by KickCancer and the Patient Expert Center. Title: Understanding paediatric cancersSpeakers: Prof. Dr. Barbara De Moerloose, Paediatric hemato-oncologist at Ghent University Hospital Download the presentation of part 1 hereDownload Part 1 Download the presentation of part 2 hereDownload Part 2 Follow this

[KickCancer Patient Expert Training] Understanding cancer patient rights

This webinar is a part of the “Patient Expert” training program offered in Belgium by KickCancer and the Patient Expert Center. Title: Understanding cancer patient rightsSpeakers: Stefan Gijssels, Chair at Patient Expert Center Download the presentation hereDownload In this webinar you will learn about your fundamental rights as a cancer patient. Delve into key areas such

[KickCancer Patient Expert Training] Nutrition and cancer

This webinar is a part of the “Patient Expert” training program offered in Belgium by KickCancer and the Patient Expert Center. Title: Nutrition and cancerSpeakers: Domien Van Dijck, Dietician Download the presentation hereDownload In this webinar you will learn about the critical connection between nutrition and cancer. You will learn how dietary choices can impact cancer prevention,

Ending discrimination against survivors through the Right to be Forgotten (website)

The growing number of cancer survivors in the EU is a tribute to the success of advances in diagnosis and treatment. The latest scientific research and data account for over 20 million cancer survivors in Europe and, for many, it then becomes necessary to overcome the psychological impact of their treatments, workplace marginalization and access to financial services such as mortgages and loans.  Thanks to medicine’s

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