- September 2014
Discussing how healthcare systems can meet the needs of cancer survivors.
- July/August 2014
Sophie Postel-Vinay on new recommendations for phase 1 trials.
- June 2014
Hans Clevers on important research into stem cells in normal gut tissue.
- May 2014
Carolyn Taylor and Paul McGale find evidence to clarify guidelines for radiotherapy after mastectomy.
- April 2014
Richard Sullivan and Ajay Aggarwal on how physicians can tackle the issue of affordability in cancer care.
- March 2014
The 1st EORTC Cancer Survivorship Summit addressed the practical problems faced by cancer patients.
- February 2014
Charles Swanton on a study that maps genetic changes in cancers over time.
- January 2014
Presidents of various cancer societies make predictions for the coming year.
- December 2013
Precision diagnostics have great potential, but changes are needed to make them more available.
- November 2013
Highlights of the European Cancer Congress - cancer society presidents give their view.
- October 2013
Richard Schilsky on the changes needed as personalised medicine enters the clinic.
- September 2013
A new advance in immunotherapy is discussed by Jean-Charles Soria and Caroline Robert.
EJC News Focus – June 2013
European Cancer Congress, Amsterdam (27 Sept – 1 Oct)
This autumn, Amsterdam will host the biennial European Cancer Congress with a wide-ranging programme encompassing everything from basic, applied and translational research to practice, treatment, care, prevention and advocacy for cancer patients. This is European oncology's premier multidisciplinary meeting and it will provide a forum for discussion of the latest developments in research and in the clinic.
Key to the congress is dynamic collaboration between specialties: its strapline is 'Reinforcing Multidisiplinarity'. It's a theme close to the heart of co-scientific chair, John Yarnold and here he tells Helen Saul why something we've been talking about for so many years, still needs to be emphasised.