n°155 | October 28, 2021
In this issue:

Our new quality of life study: your chance to drive change

Europa Uomo encourages men to complete its new EUPROMS 2.0 survey
25 Oct 2021

EUPROMS 2.0: your questions answered

Information about Europa Uomo’s latest quality of life survey
25 Oct 2021

Expert Group calls on EU policymakers to improve prostate cancer treatment

Europa Uomo joins with other organisations to highlight unmet needs
4 Oct 2021
Europa Uomo News

Your help in EUPROMS 2.0 is needed

Be sure to read the articles on EUPROMS 2.0 at the beginning of this newsletter.

Our EUPROMS 2.0 survey is now open: https://euproms.ydeal.dev/

A range of materials in different languages are now available to help publicise the survey to men with prostate cancer, including a downloadable flyer to distribute online or to print and hand out, and social media tiles for Twitter and Facebook. We are asking groups and individuals to do all they can to publicise the survey.

The materials are available for download from the resources section of our website.

You can access additional information about EUPROMS 2.0 here.

Deadline of the survey: December 23rd, 2021

Best treatment is awareness

Our Europa Uomo Cyprus friends have submitted an abstract of the frontpage of a major newspaper in Cyprus.

They have organised a cycling tour, “Blue distance”, together with KMeaters and Remedica Pharmaceuticals which took place in town of Limassol to raise awareness as early detection will result in decreasing deaths from prostate cancer.

Under the participants, they saw their Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Christodoulides, the Mayor of Limassol, the Head of Football Association, the CEO of Sigma TV and radio and many VIP s but also many families and people from all over Cyprus (about 500 participants).

Mr. Christodoulides has congratulated the organizers with this event which was only part of several activities and initiatives on prostate cancer disease.

Items of Interest

European Cancer Summit 2021

From Plans to Action

This year’s European Cancer Summit, on 17-18 November 2021, is focused on the most important topics in cancer for a wide-ranging discussion. Leading oncology experts, patient advocates, politicians and policy-makers will discuss the main issues impacting cancer policy, for the benefit of cancer patients, healthcare professionals and all people across Europe.

This year’s Summit will be hosted both in Brussels and available to join virtually as a hybrid event. Everyone interested in attending the European Cancer Summit 2021 can register here.


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