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10.12.2013 PanCareLIFE: The Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry joins a European study on quality of life and late effects after childhood cancer

The project: PanCareLIFE is a 5-year (2013-8) EU Framework 7 Programme that studies the impact of treatment regimes on the long-term health of childhood cancer survivors. Specifically, PanCareLIFE will evaluate quality of life and the risks of lowered female fertility and loss of hearing. It will...[more]

20.09.2013 Einladung zur Schweizer Survivor-Tagung

Die Kinderkrebshilfe Schweiz l├Ądt gemeinsam mit der Swiss Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (Survivor Studie) zur ersten Schweizer Survivor-Tagung ein. Die Survivor-Tagung findet am 16.11.2013, 9:30-17 Uhr im Kursaal, Kornhausstrasse 3 in Bern statt. [more]

27.03.2013 Position paper of the Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry for the new national law for cancer registration

The Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry (SCCR) and the Swiss Paediatric Oncology Group (SPOG) welcome the presented draft for the new law on cancer registration. [more]

24.12.2012 Annual Report 2011-2012 of the Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry

This fifth annual report provides an overview of the organisation of the SCCR and describes incidence and prognosis of cancer in children and adolescents in Switzerland from 1976 to 2011. In addition, it summarises current research projects of the Swiss Childhood cancer registry and lists all...[more]

26.05.2012 Excellent quality of life after childhood leukemia in Switzerland

Young adults, who had been treated for leukaemia in childhood, report a similar quality of life as the general population. This was the case even if they had suffered a relapse and needed intensified treatments. Insights from the nationwide Swiss Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.[more]

13.04.2012 Physical Activity in Childhood Cancer Survivors

Research published this week by the Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry Group examines physical activity behaviours in childhood cancer survivors and a healthy norm population[more]

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