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Clinical practice

Ukraine: what help for refugees with breast cancer?

In neighbouring countries, oncologists are seeing a growing number of female refugees with breast cancer whose treatment may have started before they left Ukraine and urgently needs to be continued for good outcomes to be achieved. 

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Clinical practice

Cancer care in war zones: what have we learnt?

In recent conflicts, good response to the health needs of refugees with cancer in receiving countries is consequence of an analysis of local cancer centres capacity and special measures to avoid fragmented care  

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A concrete commitment to closing the care gap

ESMO supports World Cancer Day 2022

This year, World Cancer Day is launching #CloseTheCareGap, a three-year campaign aiming to promote awareness, collaboration, and action for a more equitable future in cancer care.

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