Call for members of the Mission Board for cancer and others - apply by 16/06
Call for applications for the selection of members of the commission expert groups: Mission Board for adaptation to climate change, including societal transformation, Mission Board for cancer, Mission Board for healthy oceans, seas, coastal and inland waters, Mission Board for climate-neutral and smart cities, Mission Board for soil health and food.
How to inform women about their breast cancer screening results: new recommendations published
The JRC has released 10 new evidence-based recommendations on how mammogram results and follow-up appointments should be communicated to women within screening programmes.
15th Meet the Professor. Advanced International Breast Cancer Course (AIBCC)
The Course is addressed to physicians specialised in oncology, radiodiagnostics, radiotherapy, clinical pathology, general surgery, gynaecology and obstetrics, biologists and nurses.
New recommendations published: screening intervals and more
This World Cancer Day, ECIBC releases 17 new recommendations on breast cancer screening and diagnosis
New recommendations published
Ensuring adequate screening, correct diagnostic techniques and effective invitation
From our network: Spirit of Solidarity to conquer the summit of Breithorn
Women affected by breast cancer from right across Europe to conquer together the summit of Breithorn near Zermatt.Get involved and apply by 30/04/2018.
A step by step guide to colorectal cancer screening test for laboratories
This Guide proposes a step-by-step operational guidance to laboratories using immunochemical tests (FIT) for the search of occult blood in the faeces. Only in 2015, 4 300 000 such tests have been performed in the EU.
Paper published: Intensive follow-up for women with breast cancer
Review of clinical, economic and patient’s preference domains through evidence to decision framework.
Screening according to high mammographic density?
Breast density is seen only on mammograms and it is different for every woman. Does high mammographic breast density require additional screening such as ultrasound, tomosynthesis or MRI?
Tomosynthesis in organised screening?
With mammography or instead of it? New recommendations published.