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Cancer Control Principles

Extreme weather, extreme problems in oncology

This summer, photos of New York covered by smoke spread widely catching global attention on the massive wildfires in Canadian forests that caused that apocalyptic scenario. But why should we as oncologists be concerned about such events?

By Pawel Sobczuk
A growing community

A growing community

Teresa Del Giudice is the 30,000th ESMO Member. In this interview she explains what motivated her to join the community.

David Crosby

Does AI hold the future of early cancer detection?

Technology promises to improve understanding of cancer risk and lesion biology, but clear regulation is urged to implement innovation in cancer screening programmes  

By David Crosby
Lung cancer_air quality

Clean air is essential to prevent lung cancer

ESMO is contributing to making European Union legislation stricter on exposure limits for air pollution and asbestos to prevent new lung cancer cases 

  • Andres Cervantes

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