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The Programme for Publicly-initiated Clinical Cancer Studies will provide support to research projects that will increase understanding and thereby enhance the basis for effective decision-making within cancer treatment and care.

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  • Norwegian large-scale project to improve cancer treatment:

    Towards personalised cancer treatment

    All types of cancer begin with genetic aberrations in the DNA of normal cells. An extensive research project will examine the errors occurring in the genes of several thousand Norwegian patients. The objective is to develop treatment that is better adapted to the individual patient.

  • Research on late effects of cancer treatment:

    Cured of cancer but in poor health

    The majority of people afflicted with cancer now recover with treatment. Many of these, however, subsequently experience new health problems due to the cancer and/or the treatment. Norwegian researchers want to find out why.

  • Frist 30. november 2012:

    Nå kan du søke om stipend fra International Agency for Research on Cancer

    International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) utlyser flere typer stipend med søknadsfrist 30.november 2012.

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