This report was produced by the European Cancer Organisation’s Inequalities Network, based on the Community 365 Roundtable Meeting on Inequalities on 14 October 2020 and in line the European Cancer Organisation’s policy decision-making process. The Network comprises of representatives drawn from the European Cancer Organisation’s Member Societies, Patient Advisory Committee members, Community 365a and other invited stakeholders.
Matti Aapro, President of the European Cancer Organisation and EU Cancer Mission Assembly Member
Hendrik Van Poppel, Co-Chair of the European Cancer Organisation Inequalities Network
Nicolò Matteo Luca Battisti, Co-Chair of the European Cancer Organisation Inequalities Network
Linda Gibbs, Oncology Lead for Central/Eastern Europe, Pfizer
Hampton Shaddock, Head of Global Public Affairs, Oncology at Sanofi
Thanks are due to all those members of the Inequalities Network who took the time to comment on various drafts of this report.
Suggested citation: Aapro M, Van Poppel H, Luca Battisti N M (2020). It Can Be Done — Beating Inequalities in Cancer Care Cancers in Europe. Action Report. European Cancer Organisation; Brussels
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