EJC News Focus – Archive 2011

EJC News Focus is a monthly video report of the European Journal of Cancer.

 

January 2011
Jan Willem Coebergh discusses a paper relating to the NELSON lung cancer trial.
February 2011
Michel Coleman from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine discusses a comparison of cancer survival rates in different countries.
March 2011
EJC's editor for gastrointestinal cancers, Eric van Cutsem, discusses the disappointing findings of recent trials of bevacizumab in colon cancer
April/May 2011
Cora Sternberg reveals exciting developments in the treatment of prostate cancer.
June 2011
Jean-Yves Blay discusses how EORTC is adapting to the new environment for research.
July 2011
EJC editor-in-chief Alexander Eggermont on recent advances in melanoma treatment.

August 2011

Jean-Charles Soria, EJC's Drug Development Editor, on the need for a new consensus on assessing toxicities.

September 2011
Anne-Lise Borresen-Dale discusses key themes to emerge at the European Multidisciplinary Cancer Congress in Stockholm.
October 2011
Richard Sullivan explains why the spiralling rise in healthcare costs associated with cancer is unsustainable.
November 2011
Gordon Mills assesses the challenges we face in developing personalised medicine.

December 2011
Manuela Schmidinger on new agents for the treatment of renal cell cancer.

 

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