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Title: The state of research into children with cancer across Europe : new policies for a new decade
Authors: Pritchard-Jones, Kathy
Lewison, Grant
Camporesi, Silvia
Vassal, Gilles
Ladenstein, Ruth Lydia
Benoit, Yves C. M.
Predojević, Jelica S.
Sterba, Jaroslav
Starý, Jan
Eckschlager, Tomas
Schrøeder, Henrik
Doz, François F.
Creutzig, Ursula
Klingebiel, Thomas Erich
Kosmidis, Helen Vasiliatou
Garami, Miklós
Pieters, Rob
O'Meara, A.
Dini, Giorgio
Riccardi, Riccardo
Rascon, Jelena
Ragelienë, Lina
Calvagna, Victor
Czauderna, Piotr
Kowalczyk, Jerzy
Gil-Da-Costa, Maria João
Norton, Lucília
Pereira, Fernanda Rivas
Janić, Dragana
Puškáčová, Judita
Jazbec, Janez
Cañete, Adela
Hjorth, Lars
Ljungman, Gustaf E.
Kutluk, Tezer M.
Morland, Bruce J.
Stevens, Michaël C. G.
Walker, David Austin
Sullivan, Richard
Keywords: Cancer in children -- Europe -- Research
Tumors in children -- Europe -- Research
Oncology -- Europe -- Research
Cancer in children -- Malta
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: European Institute of Oncology and the OECI
Citation: Pritchard-Jones, K., Lewison, G., Camporesi, S., Vassal, G., Ladenstein, R., Benoit, Y.,,...Sullivan, R. (2011). The state of research into children with cancer across Europe: new policies for a new decade. ecancermedicalscience, 5(1) 210.
Abstract: Overcoming childhood cancers is critically dependent on the state of research. Understanding how, with whom and what the research community is doing with childhood cancers is essential for ensuring the evidence-based policies at national and European level to support children, their families and researchers. As part of the European Union funded EUROCANCERCOMS project to study and integrate cancer communications across Europe, we have carried out new research into the state of research in childhood cancers. We are very grateful for all the support we have received from colleagues in the European paediatric oncology community, and in particular from Edel Fitzgerald and Samira Essiaf from the SIOP Europe office. This report and the evidence-based policies that arise from it come at a important junction for Europe and its Member States. They provide a timely reminder that research into childhood cancers is critical and needs sustainable long-term support.
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