Within two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has undermined the battle against cancer in Europe. That is why the European Commission is proposing a new initiative to strengthen it Prevention, detection and treatment. It is recommended that Member States increase the number of offers and open up more target groups.
For the enterprise there is an urgent need. In 2020, six types of cancer, including breast, cervical and colorectal cancer, accounted for 51% of disease-related deaths in the European Union. To beat the disease, the Commission proposes by 2025 screening 90% Of the persons who meet the conditions of these examinations.
The European Commissioner for Health adds that the EU is ready to comply 100 million euros To better detect the disease.
Stella Kyriakides insists that “screening programs are key to this, because early diagnosis saves lives. And we are all working together for this. These are recommendations gathered from the latest scientific data.”
For patients, better screening and detection plans are long overdue as there are significant disparities between Member States.
“This is a very important goal because there have been many barriers to lung cancer for a long time. All countries have significant delays in screening,” stresses Francesco Di Lorenzo, President of the European Cancer Patients Alliance.
You want UNHCR strategy Expand Target Scan For other types of cancer, including prostate, lung, and stomach.
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