“Cure is not enough! Why it is time to act and close the gap?” is a position paper which was published in MEMO – Magazine of European Medical Oncology, highlighting that survivors of childhood cancer need comprehensive, medical and psychosocial long-term follow-up care.

To build adequate long-term follow-up care we need the support and actions of our health care systems: #RaiseYourHands4Survivors.

Furthermore, in order to close the gaps and make sure that survivors across Europe, no matter where, can get access to the long-term care that they need, the topic of survivorship and challenges thereof need to be put into the spotlight.