14 Oktober, 2009
Europäische Umfrage zu Pflegestandards in Zentren für pädiatrische Onkologie
- Grenzüberschreitende Gesundheitsversorgung
Dies ist ein sicherer Ort zum Austausch, Lernen und Wachsen. Wir heißen alle Patient:innen mit einer Krebserkrankung im Kindes-, Jugend- oder jungen Erwachsenenalter, Survivors und ihre Betreuungspersonen willkommen. Hier zählen alle Meinungen und deine Anliegen haben einen Platz verdient.
8 Juni, 2023
In this positive interview, 34-year-old Carmen Monge-Montero shares her way to see life since hearing Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosis at 24, her experiences and what they taught her. Being a person who loves travel and other cultures, Carmen combines her experience and shares it on EU-CAYAS-NET as well as her own Youtube channel dedicated to cancer survivors. Learn about Carmen’s passions, favorites and inspiring activities that help her to achieve her dreams.
24 Mai, 2023
In this inspiring interview, 35-year-old Erik Sturesson from Sweden shares his journey with Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, T-cell. He talks about his diagnosis at 15, the challenges he faced, and how his life changed as a result. Despite the hardships, Erik has found a new sense of purpose and community through his involvement with EU-CAYAS-NET and other cancer survivor networks. Learn about his life motto, hobbies, and what he's most grateful for as he continues to thrive and make a difference for others.
24 Mai, 2023
Explore the importance of snacking during cancer treatment and discover nutritious, high-protein snack ideas to keep you energized and maintain weight.
Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA) with cancer represent a group among cancer patients with special needs and challenges. The challenges are complex and comprise different aspects from diagnosis (e.g. delay in diagnosis), through treatment (e.g., place of care, treatment protocol, inclusion in clinical trials), to long-term follow-up care and include also psychological, social and financial issues. Taking these aspects into account is crucial to improve care of this vulnerable population. This course aims to make you aware of these aspects and show you how to deal with them.
28 Januar, 2021
In January 2021, Youth Cancer Europe hosted a virtual roundtable and Q&A on “Chemo Brain: Cancer & Mental Health” with a stellar line-up of speakers from the cancer community. Lauren Mahon (aka Girl vs Cancer) and Leanne Pero were joined by YCE’s Bradley Gudger, Andrea Ruano, Erik Sturesson and Emi Schipor.
1 März, 2022
Cancer remains the first cause of death by disease in Europe in children older than 1 year - more than 35,000 cases are diagnosed and over 6,000 young patients die annually
3 März, 2017
Stimulating development of more and better paediatric cancer drugs will be key to making progress, particularly in some of the hardest-to-treat childhood cancers. Gilles Vassal, past-President of the European Society for Paediatric Oncology, outlines emerging strategies to make this happen.