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NewsYear: 2022

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The new edition of the report has been presented, which for twelve years has served as a valuable support tool for the National Health Service, the Ministry of Health and cancer patients, united in pursuing the best prevention, treatment and assistance practices.

Registrations for the 35th edition of the European Educational Program in Epidemiology summer school, scheduled between June and July in the hills of Fiesole, are now open.

Interventions for the the Course for breast screening health technicians which took place on October 15th at the AOU Città della Salute e della Scienza di Torino, in collaboration with AITeRS, are online.

It will take place October 18 in Turin "The silence of asbestos", seminar on the asbestos industry in Turin and on the rights of victims, now forgotten by many, due to the silence social issue of asbestos.

The university announcement has been published which offers the opportunity to take advantage of a research grant relating to the project "Associations between early exposures and chronic non-communicable diseases".

The interventions of the annual Conference of the International Childhood Cancer Cohort Consortium have been published on the channels of the University of Turin, which this year hosted the virtual event.

On the occasion of the usual annual appointment for the disclosure of the goals and challenges of the research world, the CPO Piemonte publishes the brochure presenting its activities.

Registration is open for the the Course for breast screening health technicians, which will take place next October 15th, at the AOU Città della Salute e della Scienza di Torino, in collaboration with AITeRS.

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.