The CANSEARCH Foundation has become a member of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), whose goal is to bring together and support the international cancer community. This is to reduce the burden of cancer, promote equality in the management of the disease and ensure that this theme remains a public health priority throughout the [...]
The CANSEARCH Foundation is pleased to fund Dr. Nicolas Waespe, a hematologist-pediatric oncologist and associate at the Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine in Berne, where the Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry is located. The collaboration concerns two projects: the project "BioLink, a contribution to the networking of biobanks for research purposes" to link the Swiss [...]
Interview with Prof Ansari in the April – June edition of Pulsations magazine […]
We are happy to share with you an article (in French only) which appeared in the 1st Philanthropy Network Journal. […]
CANSEARCH co organised, from 25 - 27 September, a Summer School with the European Society of Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Therapy (ESPT) and the Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN) at the Geneva Biotech Campus on Personalized Medicine. More than 30 experts presented the latest developments in this innovative field. http://www.esptsummerschool.eu
The new book co-authored by Prof Marc Ansari "Childhood and adolescent cancer" at Editions Planète Santé is out!
We are pleased to announce the participation of Professor Ansari and his researchers at the 59th ASH Congress to be held from 9-12 December 2017 in Atlanta. Presentations will focus on: Myeloablative Conditioning for First Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation in Children with ALL: Total Body Irradiation or Chemotherapy? a Multicenter EBMT-PDWP Study. Outcome [...]
On 28 November Prof Ansari will participate in an interdisciplinary research symposium to discuss paediatric palliative care in Switzerland.
Prof. Ansari sera présent à l'occasion de la 4ème conférence sur pharmacogenomics et la médecine personnalisée.
On the occasion of the International Day of Child Cancer (15 February), the RTS broadcast an interview with Dr Fabienne GUMY PAUSE, pediatric haematologist-oncologist at HUG and researcher in the CANSEARCH laboratory, Long-term treatments and the creation of a follow-up program within the HUGs for young people cured of cancer.