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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Children with cancer can’t wait any longer
06 Dec 2016 – 10:09
Children with cancer can’t wait any longer

The EU Paediatric Medicines Regulation has benefited a series of childhood diseases, yet only two innovative anti-cancer drugs have been authorised so far. Francoise Grossetete MEP analyses the impact of the legislation and points out …

Europe must do more to ensure children don’t miss out on life-saving treatments
05 Dec 2016 – 10:17
Europe must do more to ensure children don’t miss out on life-saving treatments

The EU Paediatric Medicines Regulation has resulted in far fewer treatments being made available for children than there should be. Glenis Willmott MEP reviews the regulation and points out what crucially needs changing  regarding current …

A Paediatric Oncology Reference Network in Europe
30 Nov 2016 – 17:25
A Paediatric Oncology Reference Network in Europe

Though survival rates in childhood cancer have vastly improved, inequalities still remain in treatment and care available to different member states. Professor Ruth Ladenstein, St. Anna’s Children’s Hospital, Vienna, Austria, reviews the survival gap and …

Delivering harmonised paediatric oncology training
30 Nov 2016 – 17:22

By Professor Riccardo Riccardi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome, Italy
The delivery of high quality care as well as considerable progresses clinical and basic research can only be ensured via a harmonised paediatric oncology training …

Innovative treatments and quality radiotherapy are essential
30 Nov 2016 – 17:21
Innovative treatments and quality radiotherapy are essential

Overall survival from childhood malignancies has dramatically improved, with survival rates reaching over 80%, yet some types of cancer remain a challenge. Professor Gilles Vassal, Institut Gustave Roussy, Villejuif, France, says innovative therapies could effectively …

Help us make a difference
30 Nov 2016 – 17:15
Help us make a  difference

Even a little donation can contribute to create a brighter future for a little patient. If you think that children and adolescents with cancer deserve a brighter future, join our community and support what we …

Why more needs to be done to help children with cancer
30 Nov 2016 – 16:28
Why more needs to be done to help children with cancer

More than 60 types of cancer occur in children and more than 6,000 children and adolescents die of cancer within Europe every year. Professor Martin Schrappe, University Hospital Kiel, Kiel, Germany analyses the many factors …