A Call to Action to Eliminate the Barriers to Effective Research and High Quality Care in the Field of Rare Cancers
The ‘Call to Action Against Rare Cancers’ has been developed as part of the campaign and is based on the political recommendations that resulted from the conference ‘Rare Tumours in Europe: Challenges and Solutions’ which was held in November 2008 in Brussels and which brought together 150 European representatives from government bodies, research institutes, healthcare professionals, industry, patient groups and health advocacy organisations.
For further information about the campaign, political recommendations, links to other important European initiatives impacting on rare cancers and to sign the petition please visit, go here.
UICC World Cancer Declaration Call to Action
The World Cancer Declaration is an important tool to help raise awareness about cancer, galvanise political leadership and develop practical strategies.
Your signature endorsing the Declaration will help to show the world's leaders that the global cancer community stands united behind this for call for action to reduce the global cancer burden significantly by 2020.
Myeloma Euronet – European Network of Meyloma Patient Groups in collaboration with the European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (EBMT), European Myeloma Network (EMN), Lymphoma Coalition invites the European cancer community to show its support by signing the Manifesto today.
In response to a clause in the EU Lisbon Treaty calling on the European Commission to act should a petition be signed by 1 million European citizens, the European Cervical Cancer Association (ECCA) issued the STOP Cervical Cancer Petition. Appealing to European Institutions and all national governments to implement organised cervical cancer prevention programmes equitably across Europe, all European citizens are kindly encouraged to support this timely initiative by signing today.
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