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Who pays for hope? – treating cancer early


09 Sep 2020 08:30


Health & Consumers

Event Description

While cancer is high on the political agenda many issues in cancer care still require a broad stakeholder dialogue, balancing pros and cons to take action together. Improving cancer patients’ lives is indeed a joint effort. The debate, started at the European Cancer Forum, continues with early birds in a series of webinars. The discussion draws on the conclusions reached in the last edition and are designed to ensure that cancer care remains a priority in Europe, where one in four deaths are caused by cancer.

A lively debate, open and frank, not too scared to bump sometimes in the elephant in the room, can make a change. Wake up with the Issues in Cancer Care – The Early Bird Debate to hear what cancer experts, patient representatives and healthcare professionals have to say while Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan is being developed.

Join the next webinar “WHO PAYS FOR HOPE? TREATING CANCER EARLY” on 9 September 2020, from 8:30 AM to hear from:

  • Bettina Ryll

Founder of Melanoma Patient Network Europe (MPNE)

  • Anna Bucsics

MoCA Project Advisor & Advisor to the MEDEV Committee - Participant in multiple European projects including EUnetHTA

Moderated by:

Duane Schulthess

Managing Director, Vital Transformation

Register here.


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