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Translational research: from bench to bedside

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Published: 19.06.17
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Prof Peter Selby - Leeds University, Leeds, UK

Prof Selby talks to ecancer at IFCPE 2017 about bringing together patients and professionals to improve care through patient empowerment and patient centred care.

There are some emerging themes about the shortfall of long term survival rate in Europe because of the ‘patchy’ nature of cancer care.

Prof Selby believes that it's important to be systematic and share practice between countries and institutions in order to boost care and survival rates.

Prof Selby was one of the contributing authors of a paper warning of the potential consequences of Brexit in cancer care, published in ecancermedicalscience.

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