colorectal cancer

DiCE Makes Front Page of Cancer World Magazine

Read the interview with Zorana Maravic highlighting the continued need for screening despite COVID-19

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ESMO World Congress on Gastrointestinal Cancer
DiCE Satellite Symposium Runs at ESMO GI 2020

Get updates on digestive cancers – data, screening, research and unmet patient needs

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New Member from France ‘Mon Réseau Cancer Colorectal’ Joins our Patient Community

Mon Réseau Cancer Colorectal joins DiCE to strengthen our European patient network

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European Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month – ECCAM 2020. Thank You for your Support!

Despite unprecedented circumstances DiCE ran its campaign to raise awareness of colorectal cancer screening in March.

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Call for ‘People Power’ to Demand More Life-saving Cancer Screening

Digestive Cancers Europe has launched a pan-European social media campaign today to promote colorectal cancer screening at the start of European Co...

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Spike in colorectal cancer from age 49 to 50 suggests many undiagnosed before screenings

A year-by-year age analysis of colorectal cancer rates among U.S. adults finds a 46% increase in new diagnoses from ages 49 to 50, indicating that ...

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New Colorectal Cancer Guide

New Colorectal Cancer Guide Offers Support and Practical Help to ‘Invisible’ Carers Brussels, 15 January 2020: Digestive Cancers Europe, the vo...

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COLOSSUS project which we are supporting has published a new video

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in Europe. COLOSSUS is an EU-funded Horizon 2020 project that aims to provide new and more effect...

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Digestive Cancers Europe has developed a position paper on the use of biosimilars medicine in colorectal cancer

With the help of the Patient Advisory Committee (PAC) comprising of 7 colorectal cancer patients and carers, Digestive Cancers Europe has developed...

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Exercise ‘delays progression’ of advanced colorectal cancer

Metastatic colorectal cancer patients who engage in moderate exercise while having chemotherapy tend to have delayed disease progression and fewer ...

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