project . 2018 - 2023 . On going

VENUSCANCER

Women’s cancers: do variations in patterns of care explain the world-wide inequalities in survival and avoidable premature deaths?
Open Access mandate for Publications European Commission
  • Funder: European CommissionProject code: 772345 Call for proposal: ERC-2017-COG
  • Funded under: H2020 | ERC | ERC-COG Overall Budget: 1,996,480 EURFunder Contribution: 1,996,480 EUR
  • Status: On going
  • Start Date
    01 May 2018
    End Date
    30 Apr 2023
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Description
Opening the World Cancer Congress in Paris in November 2016, President François Hollande insisted that women should be at the heart of cancer control, “because they are victims of inequality in access to prevention, treatment and screening in every country in the world.” Breast, ovarian and cervical cancers are a major public health problem world-wide. Each year, approximately 2.5 million women are diagnosed with one of these cancers, and 900,000 women die from them, mainly in low- and middle-income countries. The CONCORD programme for global surveillance of cancer survival reported striking differences in survival from these three cancers. Population-based canc...
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Description
Opening the World Cancer Congress in Paris in November 2016, President François Hollande insisted that women should be at the heart of cancer control, “because they are victims of inequality in access to prevention, treatment and screening in every country in the world.” Breast, ovarian and cervical cancers are a major public health problem world-wide. Each year, approximately 2.5 million women are diagnosed with one of these cancers, and 900,000 women die from them, mainly in low- and middle-income countries. The CONCORD programme for global surveillance of cancer survival reported striking differences in survival from these three cancers. Population-based canc...
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