10 jaar Kankercentrum: Challenges for cancer policies for the next decade: prevent, cure, care and pay

10 jaar Kankercentrum: Challenges for cancer policies for the next decade: prevent, cure, care and pay

26/02/2019 - 09:30 tot 17:00
Discipline: 
Arts, Assistent in de psychologie, Beleidsmedewerker, Coach, Coördinator, Diëtist, Docent, Ergotherapeut, Gezinswetenschapper, Kinesist, Oncologisch voetverzorger, Onderzoeker, Pastoraal werker, Psycholoog, Schoonheidsspecialist, Seksuoloog, Sociaal werker, Student, Verpleegkundig specialist, Verpleegkundige algemeen, Verzorgende, Vrijwilliger, Vrijzinnig humanistisch consulent, Andere
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Locatie: 
Brussels 44 Center
Kruidtuinlaan 44
1000 Brussel
België
50° 51' 13.5684" N, 4° 21' 45.3348" E
BE
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Het Kankercentrum viert zijn 10-jarig bestaan ​​in 2019. Bij deze gelegenheid willen we u uitnodigen om samen te reflecteren over de toekomst, wat er moet gebeuren en hoe we dit allemaal samen kunnen bereiken. De voertaal tijdens dit evenement is Engels. Voor meer informatie kan u terecht op onze Engelstalige pagina.

We are very honored to welcome our Minister of Health and Social affairs, Maggie De Block to set the stage of the day.

Key players in the cancer will share with us their reflections on the past evolutions, positive evolutions and formulate critical views on missed opportunities or failed strategies and their ideas and hopes for future actions. They will cover the complete cancer landscape from prevention and early detection to survivorship including research, economics and innovation as key pillars in a sustainable and society-driven cancer policy.

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Programma: 

Morning program

09.30 Welcome | Marc Van den Bulcke, Sciensano

09.35 Opening | Maggie De Block, Minister of Social Affairs and Public Health, Belgium

10.00 Cancer prevention | Elisabeth Weiderpass, IARC

10.45 Society and innovation in oncology | Ignaas Devisch, UGent

11.30 The economics of Cancer | L. Annemans, Ugent

12.15 Panel discussion | moderator: Marc Peeters, UZA

12.30 Lunch Break

Afternoon program

14.00  Precision medicine: future or illusion | Jaques. Degrève

14.30 Whole genome sequencing in Cancer: what, when, where, why and how | Genomics England, UK

15.00 Break

15.15 Cancer: a chronic disease | Tit. Albreht, National Institute of Public Health of Slovenia(link is external)

15.45 EC dimension in innovation in oncology | J.W Van Loo, DG-RTD, EC

16.15 Paneldiscussion | moderator: Sabine Tejpar, KUL

16.45 Wrap up | Frank Hulstaert, KCE

17.00 Closure | Marc Van den Bulcke, Sciensano

Reception