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Your 'Second Brain' is in your gut


The human gut microbiome impacts human brain health in numerous ways - watch this video from Hashem Al-Ghaili and click here to see more from the Science Nature Pages Facebook page.

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EU Health Summit 2018


As we head towards the European Parliament elections in 2019, healthcare systems and citizens across Europe are facing unprecedented challenges arising from an ageing population, and increased prevalence of chronic diseases. At the same time, rapid scientific developments are leading us into a new era of innovation.

What is the role of the European Union in helping European health systems to make the most of these opportunities for the benefit of citizens and patients, while following a sustainable path?

How can different sectors converge to help ensuring a healthy future for Europe?

Join the first ever multi-stakeholder summit organised by 28 organisations from within and across the health community to discuss how Europe could develop and take the lead in areas such as research and innovation, health data and digital health, healthcare organisation and financing, as well as health in all policies.

The summit will take place on 29 November at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Brussels. To register, click here. For more information, please visit our website: www.euhealthsummit.eu

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A remarkable insight into the cancer journey of Barbara Moss


Barbara Moss speaks to Roshaine Wijayatunga, Senior Editor Oncology at the 2018 European Society for Medical Oncology World Congress on Gastrointestinal Cancer (ESMO GI; Barcelona).

Barbara Moss is a Patient Ambassador for EuropaColon and Bowel Cancer UK. At the age of 52, in 2006, Barbara was diagnosed with stage IV colorectal cancer of the colon, spread to the liver and was told she had 3–5 months to live! Barbara is now an active campaigner and an active member of several organizations in the UK and Europe. Her main wish is for patients to be able to access the medicine that they need, to have choices clearly explained and to be treated personally.

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Published online: 19 October 2018


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Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month is here


November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month - Turn it purple to show your support and raise awareness for this hard to fight cancer.

Pancreatic cancer is the toughest cancer to diagnose, treat and survive. 1 in 4 people do not survive for a month. 3 in 4 will not survive for a year.

Find out more about how you can support on the links below:

https://www.pancreaticcancereurope.eu
http://www.worldpancreaticcancerday.org

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Launch of Colorectal Cancer Data Map


The new interactive Colorectal Cancer Data Map is now available to view! View each countries statistics on screening, health data and registry statistics.
Our aim is to gather more information on each country to make this the number 1 source of CRC statstics for Europe.

Click here to view the heatmap.

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Living With Cancer Patient Website is now LIVE


EuropaColon has teamed up with a group of specialist writers to bring you the new Living With Cancer patient website. An online portal with information on diagnosis, treatment, survivorship and palliative care.

Click here to visit the site - www.livingwithcrc.com

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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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