6 April 2018 - The European Cancer Information System has today updated the figures for its Europe-wide incidence, mortality and survival database, following revisions to the French and EU28 estimates. Originally launched in February 2018, ECIS provides the latest information on cancer incidence, mortality and survival across Europe, both historically and in the form of estimates for 2018.
Mississauga, Canada, May 10, 2017 – A recent Lymphoma Coalition global patient survey indicates that after the initial visit to the doctor, 43% of patients did not understand the characteristics of their particular lymphoma subtype, of which there are over 60. Without this knowledge, patients may not receive the right information pertaining to their subtype that can hinder therapy choices, obtain proper support materials and their ability to research the subtype online.
Mississauga, Canada, 05/23/2017 – Results from a recent Lymphoma Coalition global patient survey indicate that concerns about body image, depression, and changes in relationships and have been major issues for lymphoma patients. Most have been suffering much more significantly from every psychosocial impact raising questions as to whether or not lymphoma patients are getting enough proactive support during the treatment process.
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