The kick-off meeting of the EASY-NET network program, funded by the Ministry of Health and co-financed by the Regions of Piedmont, Lombardy, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Emilia Romagna, Lazio, Calabria, Sicily, will be held on May 27 in Rome.
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NewsActivity: Oncological network
A new IARC publication highlights the great variations in cancer incidence, survival and mortality, which exist between countries and, within the same countries, between different social groups.
"Cancer numbers in Italy" was presented in Turin. The publication is the result of the consolidated collaboration between the Italian Association of Medical Oncology and the Italian Association of Cancer Registries, in addition to the AIOM Foundation and PASSI in this eighth edition of the volume.
Next 17 April, at the San Luigi Hospital of Orbassano, a meeting about the study "Active surveillance or radical diagnosis treatment for prostate cancer low risk (START)" will take place.
The VIII edition of the volume "The numbers of cancer in Italy" presented in Rome is the result of the consolidated collaboration between AIOM and AIRTum, to which the AIOM and PASSI Foundation will be added this year.
The activation and evaluation of ERAS protocols in Piedmont begins in gynecological and colorectal surgery. The initiative, which is part of the wider scope of the EASY-NET project, aims to improve postoperative recovery parameters.
The National Health Service is facing particularly demanding challenges in a rapidly changing scenario. What can be the contribution of epidemiology in reaffirming the inspiring principles that characterized its establishment in 1978?
The Activity Report of the CPO Piemonte has been published. The document, which is drawn up as usual on an annual basis, is now available online in a widely renewed version.
The seminar "Prognostic factors in prostate cancer" held by Andreas Pettersson, Department of Oncology, Karolinska University Hospital, Clinical Epidemiology Unit, Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden, will take place in Turin, December 13 (...)
Now in its seventh annual edition, the report published by the Italian Association of Medical Oncology and the Italian Cancer Registries provides epidemiological data and clinical interpretations of interest both for operators and for users of Health (...)
The seminar "The Social, Financial and Psychological Effects of Childhood Cancer on Families, with an Exploration of Questions Related to Health Care Systems and Potential Disparities in Risks or Outcomes" will be held in Turin on Monday, November 13th (...)
Meeting in Turin on November 10 to discuss the state of the art and future trajectories in the care of the cancer patient and his family, with particular emphasis on integrated work during the last ten years on mesothelioma (...)
The Annual Meeting of the Italian Association of Epidemiology is scheduled in Mantua from 25 to 27 October. Sharing research and action experiences, with particular regard to the issues of communication, transparency and citizen engagement, will be at the center of the debate (...)
The International Agency for Research on Cancer publication dedicated to biobanks in use in the field of oncology research whose recommendations are addressed not only to the most developed countries, but also to the low and middle income countries, is online (...)
The call for abstract of the XLI Congress of the Italian Epidemiology Association will be open until July 24, scheduled to be held in Mantova from 25 to 27 October. In order to ensure that auditors have adequate timing of evaluation, the expiry date can not be extended (...)
Adriano Giacomin, founder and director of the Cancer registry of the province of Biella, has died. We are deeply saddened by the loss of a colleague selfless and competent, and a friend always ready to instill confidence and enthusiasm (...)
The "European Guide on Quality Improvement for Comprehensive Cancer Control", just published by CanCon, joint European action on cancer, aims to provide recommendations on how to increase tumor control actions in the Old Continent (...)
The Oncology Network of Piemonteand Valle d'Aosta and CPO Piemonte launched in 2015 the first research project and intervention in Italy of active surveillance at the population level through the study START. A public meeting to be held in Turin on February 2, intends to present the project and preliminary results (...)
Now in its sixth annual edition, the report published by the Italian Association of Medical Oncology and the Italian Cancer Registries provides epidemiological measures and clinical interpretations of interest both for operators and for users of Health (...)