This past month was a whirlwind of passion for advancing cancer care and palliative care at the highly anticipated European Association for Palliative Care 18th World Congress (15th-17th June) and the esteemed European Cancer Patient Coalition Annual Congress (23rd-24th June). We are thrilled to share the highlights from both events.

During the EAPC 18th World Congress, where groundbreaking insights in palliative care were shared, our project was presented by Professor Cohen, captivating attendees’ attention. Furthermore, during the engaging #BreakfastWith sessions, meaningful dialogue and knowledge exchange took place. It was truly informative and enlightening, filled with valuable perspectives.

At the European Cancer Patient Coalition Annual Congress our project was presented by the ECPC group, giving us a remarkable platform to showcase our groundbreaking research. We emphasized the importance of patient centered care in cancer research and improving outcomes for all.

The support and engagement from attendees at both congresses reaffirmed our belief in creating meaningful change together. It’s through collaboration, knowledge sharing, and collective efforts that we can make a significant impact on the lives of those affected by cancer and in the field of palliative care.

We express our sincere gratitude to ECPC team for their valuable partnership and to the organizers and participants of the #EAPC2023 for providing us with an exceptional opportunity to share our vision. Let’s continue working hand in hand, breaking barriers, and pushing boundaries in cancer research and palliative care.

Together, we have the power to make a lasting difference.

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