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A study just published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology compared two different ways of organizing the post-treatment surveillance program in carcinoma of the uterus body.

The new project funded by the European Union, in which NINFEA will also take part together with other European cohorts, will study exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields.

A new study on the association between selected polymorphisms of genes related to DNA methylation and the risk of germ cell cancer of the testis has just been published in Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention.

The CPO participates to the European Week against Cancer, an initiative to raise awareness of research and active policies aimed at combating the incidence of cancer and promoting a culture of prevention promoted by the Association of European Cancer Leagues.

The results of the largest case-control study to date on the relationship between exposure to electromagnetic fields from wireless phones (cellular and portable) and brain tumors in young people have been published.

As part of the EPSAM project a new study has been published about quality of life among survivors of germ cell testicular cancer and the effect of time since cancer diagnosis.

Two meetings for the ERAS teams involved in the EASY-NET project to evaluate the effectiveness of the Audit & Feedback into the gynecological and colorectal surgery improvement .

The video presentation of the Rhapsody project, in which the CPO participates for the definition of innovative strategies for the treatment and prevention of type 2 diabetes, has been published online.

Patient enrollment is restarted as part of the EPSAM project dedicated to investigating the role played by genetic factors and early exposures in the onset of testicular cancer.

The Turin Prostate Cancer Prognostication study, launched this year thanks to a grant from the AIRC Foundation, has activated a website to present the research initiative and facilitate the dissemination of results.