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Cancer Biomarkers
24-05-2018

Cancer biomarkers in the era of personalised medicine

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Cancer biomarkers are molecules that can be detected in bodily fluids or tissues. Cancer biomarkers can identify people who have cancer or who are at risk of getting cancer.
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Getting Europe Moving
Health 18-06-2015

Getting Europe Moving

A new study shows the costs of ‘doing nothing’: the inactivity time bomb is killing 500,000 Europeans, and costing over € 80 billion per year. ISCA (International Sport & Culture Association) is campaignin to get 100 million Europeans to move more by 2020. Read the full report and find out what you can do to help get Europe moving at http://inactivity-time-bomb.nowwemove.com.
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Infographic: Europe's Cancer Challenge
Health 20-02-2015

Europe’s Cancer Challenge

Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the European Union. New approaches are urgently needed to address the growing number of cancer cases diagnosed each year.
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Diabetes
Health 19-02-2015

INFOGRAPHIC: Europe losing the battle against diabetes

56 million in Europe have diabetes. By 2035, this number is expected to grow to nearly 70 million, underlining shortcomings of existing policies to fight the disease.