Led by co-chairs from our Member Societies, these Networks have been established to facilitate consensus and joint projects in our Strategy 2020-2023. The programme of the European Cancer Summit is also based on these nine topics.
The European Cancer Organisation today launched a brand new initiative for empowering European citizens and cancer patients with ten key overarching Rights, signposting what cancer patients in Europe should expect from their healthcare system. The European Code of Cancer Practice (The Code) has been produced to assist every person with cancer across Europe to receive the best possible care, treatment, and support.Read more
The European Cancer Organisation, representing 31 Member Societies and a Patient Advisory Committee comprised of 20 European patient groups, was commissioned by the European Parliament to produce a landmark study on the current state of play in Europe’s battle against cancer.Read more
Developed in discussion and agreement with members of the European Cancer Organisation and its Patient Advisory Committee, the following 12 points are intended to provide a checklist to ensure that Europe's Beating Cancer Plan meets the needs identified by the stakeholder community.Read more
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is life-changing. Plans, perspectives and so much else, immediately take on different dimensions. New encounters lie ahead, which can inevitably be accompanied by a mixture of emotions, including uncertainty, fear, and a sense of lost security.