Rome, 26th April 2023.
Unleashing the power of Public Health Genomics and Diagnostics for All: synergies between public health and genomics are possible and necessary for the optimal benefit of patients and citizens.
Cancer is now being targeted through a novel integration of genomics in clinical care and public health, known as CAN.HEAL. As the name suggests, this is bringing unprecedented power to bear in tackling and solving the challenges that cancer poses to patients, their relatives, and the population at large.
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Follow the key steps towards establishing recommendations for initiatives in the EU health system that will further improve the access of individuals and patients to prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer through personalized medicine.
Get familiar with Can.Heal project outcomes that will support the development of effective cancer prevention strategies and policies and implement personalised medicine approaches for all cancer patients in Europe.
Get to know the project in which 17 EU Countries joined to address two of the EBCP’s initiatives: ‘Cancer Diagnostic and Treatment for All’ and ‘Genomics for Public Health’. Genomics has become increasingly relevant in cancer medicine.
Who we are
Can.Heal project brought together 42 partners from in 17 countries. The institutes represent 17 medical hospitals (of which 12 are Comprehensive Cancer Centres), 15 universities/research institutes, 6 public health institutes, 4 patient and stakeholder organizations, and one representative of the Ministries of Public Health.
What we do
The CAN.HEAL consortium recognises that prevention, diagnosis and treatment should be approached in a concerted way for optimal benefit of patients and citizens. We wish to set the framework for integrating the Genome of Europe biobanking initiative into public health genomics for cancer.
Coordination & Communication
Marc Van Den Bulcke, Sciensano
Els Van Valckenborgh, Sciensano
Denis Horgan, European Alliance for Personalised Medicine