Let’s be honest…

1 September 2005 0

Playwright, dissident, and first President of post-communist Czechoslovakia, Vaclav Havel lost his first wife to cancer in 1996, and was himself diagnosed with lung cancer later that same year. He’d survived years of suppression and [more]

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All in the blood

1 September 2005 0

Despite being home to three generations of Pavlovskys – Alfredo, the founder, Santiago, now medical director, and Astrid a fellow – Fundaleu is no family firm. On the contrary, it was the Pavlovskys’ commitment to [more]

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The no-computer virus

1 September 2005 0

Costs, compatibility and patient privacy have all been cited as reasons why patient records cannot be computerised. But the inability, and reluctance, of doctors and hospitals to use information technology more widely is killing thousands [more]

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A stronger voice within Europe

1 September 2005 0

An opportunity is opening up for Europe’s cancer community to increase its influence over health and research policies, by overcoming its fragmentation to speak with a single voice. Download full article

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John Smyth: unity is strength

1 September 2005 0

John Smyth likes to get things done. Head of a major research centre and member of EMEA’s scientific advisory committee, he argues for closer cooperation between academia and industry. He also wants a stronger voice [more]

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