Amsterdam, March 1, 2018 – More and more people are surviving cancer. Yet support for people who survive cancer and the research that underpins their care is insufficient, particularly when it comes to non-medical issues. A new special issue of the Journal of Cancer Policy, which will be published in March following the 3rd EORTC Cancer Survivorship Summit to be held in Brussels on March 1st and 2nd, shines a light on the issues and calls for more long-term research, better cross-analysis of different cancer types and better support for those who survive the disease.
Major EORTC trial presented at San Antonio Breast Cancer Conference: 10-year follow-up of AMAROS shows benefits for post-operative radiotherapy to the axilla in patients with a tumour-positive sentinel node
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