This edition of report focusses on early diagnosis and screening in lung cancer. By a comprehensive review of scientific publications on these two matters, together with a survey responded by over 360 patients across Europe, this report aims to highlight the current challenges that lung cancer community is facing in terms of delivering fasters and more precise diagnosis, as well as to analyse the current implementation of screening programmes across Europe. It also focuses on the current knowledge and education needs of patients regarding diagnosis and screening.
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Welcome to the 3rd edition of the LuCE Report. This report is an annual initiative led by lung cancer patient organisations, with the purpose of raising awareness about the biggest challenges that patients across Europe face. This 3rd report focusses on clinical trials and welcomes the progress made in lung cancer treatment in recent years. However, it also seeks to […]
During latest LuCE Report launching event, Stefania Vallone, LuCE’s President encouraged the attendees to give a step forward, and try working together to get improvement in access to innovative therapies and healthcare services, ensuring sustainability of different health-care systems and tackle the burden of this disease, offering more equal conditions to thousands of individuals across Europe affected by lung cancer. […]
November 7 th 2017: LuCE report on Lung Cancer After the 1st LuCE Report in 2016, in which we highlighted the main challenges in lung cancer in Europe from the patient perspective, we launch this 2nd Report to deepen our research on one of our main worries: disparities on access across Europe. Lung Cancer Europe (LuCE) represents lung cancer patients […]