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NewsYear: 2019

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The CPO promotes, in collaboration with the Mental Energy Laboratory and the Turin Public Libraries, a cycle of dissemination conferences dedicated to lifestyles that respect human health and the future of the planet.

The course dedicated to causal inference, promoted by the Italian Society of Medical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology will be held in Milan from December 16th to 17th.

On behalf of the Regional Health Authority and in the framework of the permanent training programme for cancer screening professionals, CRPT (Centro di Riferimento per la Prevenzione dei Tumori e il supporto all’assistenza e alla ricerca clinica)  has organised the usual annual Workshops on breast, cervical and colorectal cancer (...)

The presentations of the two days of training dedicated to the basics of programming for the creation and maintenance of databases are available online.

The IX edition of the volume "The numbers of cancer in Italy" presented in Rome is the result of the collaboration between AIOM and AIRTum, as well as PASSI, PASSI d’Argento and Società Italiana di Anatomia Patologica e di Citologia Diagnostica.

The application of the international ERAS protocol in the perioperative management of patients who are candidates for major colorectal and gynecological elective surgery is starting in Piedmont.

Improve women's lifestyles to reduce the incidence of tumors and other chronic non-communicable diseases. This is the goal of the SMART project just started in Turin.

SaluTO starts the 20th September. The event is organized by the School of Medicine of Turin, in collaboration with the City of Turin, to promote direct confrontation between citizens, medicine and research.

The kick-off meeting of the EASY-NET network program officially started the project funded by the Ministry of Health and co-financed by the Regions of Piedmont, Lombardy, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Emilia Romagna, Lazio, Calabria, Sicily.

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.