Let’s work  together now
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As extremists are increasingly using the internet to radicalise the vulnerable and marginalised online with their poisonous ideology, the European Commissioner for the Security Union, Julian King raises the bar in Europe’s fight against online …

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Bladder Cancer – The forgotten killer
30 Sep 2016 – 17:03
Bladder Cancer – The   forgotten killer

According to the World Cancer Research Fund International, bladder cancer is the 9th most common cancer. The EU has witnessed more cases than any other part of the world, with Belgium having the highest instances …

Roche confirms its commitment to address the needs of patients with bladder cancer
30 Sep 2016 – 17:01
Roche confirms its commitment to address the needs of patients with bladder cancer

Recognising the need for consolidated focus on bladder cancer patients’ needs, Roche supports an opportunity for broad collaboration engaging professional societies, nurses, patient organisations and various European institutions. Pablo Perez-Moreno, International Medical Director – Oncology …

Managing bladder cancer in the elderly
30 Sep 2016 – 17:00
Managing bladder cancer in the elderly

‘At the present point, only about half of all MIBC patients are in a position to be fully cured of their cancer 5 years after diagnosis.’ Dr Anne E Kiltie, Associate Professor, Department of Oncology, …

Navigating the rocky road ahead
30 Sep 2016 – 17:00
Navigating the rocky road ahead

What impact does Brexit have on the NHS and our health? Julie Girling MEP looks at the pros and cons and says the impact largely depends upon what the United Kingdom’s new Prime Minister adopts …

How to improve outcomes in Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer
30 Sep 2016 – 17:00
How to improve outcomes in Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer

Muscle invasive bladder cancer is a complex disease that requires aggressive treatments. Due to the aggressive nature of the disease, timely diagnosis and prompt treatment is required.  However, nearly 50% of bladder cancer patients die …

How to reduce economic costs of bladder cancer?
30 Sep 2016 – 17:00
How to reduce economic costs of bladder cancer?

Did you know that bladder cancer is the most expensive to treat, owing to the inefficient screening mechanisms? Dr J. Alfred Witjes, Department of Urology, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, says there is a lot …

Can we solve the trade problem while keeping the spirit of Brexit in place?
30 Sep 2016 – 17:00
Can we solve the trade problem while keeping the spirit of Brexit in place?

Pondering over the UK’s trade problem and the essence of the Leave camp, The Rt Hon John Redwood MP, the former cabinet minister, argues that Britain need not belong to the single market in order …

The Brexit effect and why strong neighbourhoods matter
30 Sep 2016 – 16:10
The Brexit effect and why strong neighbourhoods matter

The United Kingdom is strong only when her neighbourhood is safe and secure, writes Dr Simon J. Smith, Lecturer of International Relations from StaffordshireUniversity. Considering Britain’s long-term security interests from an insider’s perspective, he argues …

Let’s take ownership of this public health challenge
30 Sep 2016 – 15:59
Let’s take ownership of this public health challenge

We will never entirely eradicate diabesity, but we can at least prevent a large portion of it. Francesca Colombo, Head, OECD Health Division, says it’s time we took ownership of this public health challenge as …

Making it easier to do the right thing
30 Sep 2016 – 15:57
Making it easier to do the right thing

AstraZeneca believes there is an urgent need for active political action and evidence based policy solutions in treating diabetes milieus. AstraZeneca elaborates on its policy forums and activities to address patients’ unmet needs

Global and national …