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Professor Pam Kearns talks frankly about clinical trials and children’s cancer.   If you search on Facebook, you can find a picture of Pam Kearns with ‘the girl whose life she helped save.’ In the photograph, doctor and patient share a relaxed smile and…

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An article in Cancerworld magazine by journalist Sophie Fessl, summarizes well the issues Unite2Cure is raising.   The chances of surviving a childhood cancer have changed very little over the past two decades. Sophie Fessl talked to parents, doctors,…

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Where do we go from here? Here is an update on the state of play regarding the campaign on the Paediatric Medicines Regulation (PMR).   A Resolution to be put before the European Parliament has been drafted by members of the European Society for…

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In May, the Unite2Cure team headed to Brussels to meet with the Health Commisioner Vytenis Andriukaitis. Patricia Blanc, Chris Copland, and Anne Goeres, our delegates from Unite2cure informed the Health Commissioner as to the importance of the Paediatric…

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UNITE2CURE at the European Commission to meet with Health Commisioner Vytenis Andriukaitis: Changes are needed to  the Pediatric Medecine Regulation Patricia Blanc, Chris Copland, Anne Goeres, our delegates from Unite2cure informed the Health Commissioner…

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  An excellent three-day event in Belgrade organized by Childhood Cancer International (CCI) Europe ended on a positive and motivated note for the several Unite2Cure members who attended. The general mood was that the message had been understood: the time…

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There have been many incredible advances in the treatment of adult cancers in the past 10 years, but childhood cancer is losing out for many reasons, including the opportunity for industry to apply for waivers in the drug development process.…

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Given the mountain we still have to climb when it comes to treating childhood cancers, it seems wise to explore all possible paths to new treatments. Drug development is notoriously risky and expensive. This creates a formidable barrier to the…

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The Unite2Cure team has composed the following letter, which has been sent to Mr. Andriukaitis, Health and Food Safety Commissioner, European Commission. Dear Mr Andriukaitis, We are writing regarding your reply to the letter (dated 10 November) in which…

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On November 10th, 2015 Françoise Grossetête and Glenis Willmott, MEPs highly involved in the cause of children with cancer for many years, joined with Unite2Cure to CALL FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION to give more children and adolescents the prospect of a better…
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