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Roundtable on Creating a European network of pancreatic cancer registries – Results from the PancreOS Project

    On Thursday, 27 June in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, stakeholders from different fields gathered to discuss the findings of the PancreOS Project, a Pancreatic Cancer Europe initiative aiming to create a European network of pancreatic cancer registries to improve the collection of a comprehensive set of prospective data from pancreatic cancer patients at any stage of the disease.

    CPE’s Chair, Francisco Lozano, presented insights from a patient organisation’s perspective. Lozano highlighted the important role of data in understanding better the disease, informing the research, and identifying the best, most innovative, and personalised care.

    ” More research is needed to understand how to best identify pancreatic cancer at an early stage and to identify new and impactful treatments. At CPE, we believe that collecting data homogeneously facilitates the analysis and comparison of data for the benefit of the patients” – Francisco Lozano, Chair of Cancer Patients Europe (CPE)

    The round table was organised within the European Pancreatic Club Conference.