Again an extremely successful meeting of the SToP group at the National Cancer Institute in Rockville (USA) on May 21 & 22. New data on gastric cancer. Info.
From Disease, Prevention to Treatment – Population, Medicine and Society.
Travel grants for young scientists available.
October 2 – 5, 2018.
All presentations from the November 2017 ECP Breast Cancer Prevention meeting as on the website of ThinkPink https://www.think-pink.be/en/ .
Please see the latest version of the ECP congress scientific program and registration:
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As the meeting in Antwerp is getting closer, we warmly invite you to join us. Please find the newest information here.
updated information on “Origin of Breast Cancer” available now.
The ECP-UGhent-ThinkPink-FoxChaseCancerCenter study in BRCA1&2 young women with hCG has reached the planned 20 – 25 patients! The results are expected later this year and will be presented at the Breast Cancer Prevention Meeting in Antwerp on November 17, 2017.
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The Flemish Society of Nutritionists and Dietitians organizes a meeting on “Malnutrition, also your concern?” on Saturday May 6 2017 in Ghent, Belgium ) “Vormingscentrum Guislain”.
ECP BREAST CANCER PREVENTION MEETING
With the generous support of ECP and Think Pink
Saturday November 18, 2017
Invited speakers (status on February 7, 2017):
Prof. Carlo La Vecchia:
Epidemiology of breast cancers
Prof. Eric de Jonge:
Treatment results for breast cancers anno 2017
Prof. Giuseppe Mastrangelo:
Yellow fever vaccine 17D in women between 40 and 50 years and breast cancer risk
Dr. Brian Czerniecki:
Vaccination against HER-2 and breast cancer risk
Prof. José Russo:
rhCG effects on molecular profiles for breast cancer risk
Prof. Herman Depypere:
Results of recombinant human Chorionic Gonadotropin treatment in young women with BRCA1&2 germline mutations on intermediate breast cancer risk markers
Prof. Jack Cuzick:
Chemoprevention of breast cancers
Prof. Gad Rennert:
Treatment of chronic diseases and breast cancer prevention
Prof. Artemis Simopoulos
Omega–3 Fatty Acids and Cancer
ECP- Belgian Headquarters
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Before June 30, 2017:100 Euro
Before August 31, 2017:150 Euro
On site: 200 Euro – Reduced fees for groups
ECP members are waived from registration & lodging fee
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Some of the presentations are or will be published in the Eur J Cancer Prev: http://journals.lww.com/eurjcancerprev/pages/default.aspx
ECP business meeting
Friday 17, 2017: 18.00 h: Lindner Hotel, Antwerp
A warm welcome to the website of ECP where all information can be found related to the organization, who we are, what we do and how you can participate in the fight against cancer through prevention.
Building a strong team fighting against cancer!
Within the European Community cancer causes more than 700,000 deaths per annum and a good proportion of these should be preventable. It has been estimated that 30 to 40 % of human cancers are caused by lifestyle and dietary factors. This number could be reduced by appropriate changes in lifestyle and diet. The early detection of cancer at various sites in the body has also been proved to save many lives. Not only does Europe offer a wide range in incidence of all of the most common cancers, but it also has a similarly wide range in dietary patterns, environmental exposures and social behavior. Europe offers an ideal ‘laboratory’ within which to test or to formulate hypotheses on the causation of human cancers.
Recent progresses in molecular biology together with the results of many epidemiological studies have greatly extended our research tools by identifying intermediate markers for cancer risk. These markers can identify individuals at increased risk for cancer and allow monitoring of preventive interventions or strategies. As more and more intermediate markers become available and new diagnostic tools emerge, primary prevention becomes a reality, with lots of power in the fight against cancer. Due to the availability of these new tools to the medical community and the growing body of preventive strategies, a shift from medical curative and palliative medicine into prevention has been noted. ECP, as a scientific organization with a worldwide network of co-workers and over 20 years experience, is ideally positioned to guide and support this process and ensure a solid transition from treatment to prevention in the most efficient fight against the disease. Various working groups conduct scientific research in the area of cancer prevention. For more information, please consult one of the ECP headquarters.
This website is constructed with the help of many researchers and members of ECP to guide you in the field of cancer prevention, who we are, what we do, and how you can join us for an important mission.
on behalf of ECP, Jaak Ph. Janssens ~ President
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