Le novità del registro

The Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry has been a success story since its foundation in 1976. With the Cancer Registration Act coming into force in 2020, things will change.

The co-directors Claudia Kühni and Verena Pfeiffer report on the commitment, the wishes and concerns for the restructuring...

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Das Schweizer Kinderkrebsregister (SKKR) an der Universität Bern erfasst seit über 40 Jahren Angaben von an Krebs erkrankten Kindern und Jugendlichen in der Schweiz. Nun wird daraus im Auftrag des Bundes ein Bundeskinderkrebsregister, das die Dokumentation, Diagnose und Behandlung von Krebs bei...

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Per sensibilizzare un vasto pubblico sul tema del cancro infantile, il 1o settembre 2018 Cancro infantile in Svizzera lancerà una campagna di solidarietà abbinata alla possibilità di formulare un augurio per le persone che convivono con questa patologia.

La diagnosi di cancro in età pediatrica è...

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Les personnes ayant souffert d’un cancer durant l’enfance ont un risque élevé de développer des effets secondaires à long terme, comme par exemple des problèmes cardiaques ou des tumeurs secondaires.

Dans le but d’étudier ces effets à long terme apparaissant après un cancer durant l’enfance, 12...

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It is well established from studies of atomic bomb survivors and other exposed groups that medium to high doses of ionising radiation can induce cancer. Furthermore, children are known to be more sensitive to radiation. However, the direct epidemiological investigation of cancer risks associated...

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Research questions:

We investigated whether children who develop childhood cancers tend to live closer to each other than expected by chance (spatial clustering) and whether there are specific areas in Switzerland with a particularly high risk (spatial cluster). We investigated both the place of...

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