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EuropaColon Italia is now on the Web!


Our Member group EuropaColon Italia is now on the Web!

Visit their website: www.europacolon.it

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Eurordis launches Rare Barometer


EURORDIS, through its Rare Barometer programme, has launched a new survey on rare diseases/ rare cancers patients’ experience of treatment. The purpose is to highlight unmet treatment needs.

Yes, it is another survey…! However, the results of the survey can be very useful for the advocacy work we do in the field of rare cancers and would complement other survey’s results you may have carried out for your rare cancer.

We have a team of professional researchers, specialised in surveys, who shall be able to conduct a thorough analysis of the responses received.

The survey is available in 23 languages and is intended for patients, their family members and carers. All responses are anonymous and will be kept in secure storage only accessible to our research team.

The survey shall take about 10 minutes to complete: Click here to take the survey.

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Bowel cancer: Low-calorie soft drinks could reduce recurrence


Consuming artificially sweetened soft drinks such as diet colas may be linked to a significantly lower risk of cancer return or death in patients ...

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Diets 'devoid of vegetable matter' may cause colon cancer


A new study emphasizes the importance to gut health of eating plenty of vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, and kale.

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E-cigarettes may be more dangerous than previously thought


New research suggests vapour from e-cigarettes could be harmful to cells in the lungs. ...

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NHS will send cancer patients to gym


Cancer patients will go for intensive gym sessions before being given surgery in an times a week will become part of routine NHS care if it can show that patients ...

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Why are Cancer Rates so Low in India?


If we were going to choose one plant-based product to start testing, we might choose curcumin, the pigment in the spice turmeric (the reason curry powder looks yellow). ...

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