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American Society of Clinical Oncology
ASCO - dedicated to achieving its charitable mission outlines by the organization's founders in 1964. ASCO strongly supports all types of cancer research, but in particular, patient-oriented clinical research.

Ecancer
ecancer is the leading oncology channel committed to improving cancer communication and education with the goal of optimising patient care and outcomes. ecancer.org is a free online platform for oncology professionals incorporating e-learning, educational videos, news and an open-access journal.

Elsevier
Elsevier is a world-leading provider of information solutions that help you make better decisions, deliver better care, and sometimes make groundbreaking discoveries in science, health, and technology. We provide web-based, digital solutions — among them ScienceDirect, Scopus, Evolve, Knovel, Reaxys and ClinicalKey — and publish over 2,500 journals  including The Lancet and Cell, and more than 33,000 book titles including a number of iconic reference works.

European CanCer Organisation
The European CanCer Organisation (ECCO) represents the interests of over 60 000 oncology professionals. Through its 24 Member Societies, ECCO is the only multidisciplinary organisation that connects and responds to all stakeholders in oncology Europe-wide. As a not-for-profit federation, ECCO exists to uphold the right of all European cancer patients to the best possible treatment and care, promoting interaction between all organisations involved in cancer at European level. It does this by creating awareness of patients’ needs and wishes, encouraging progressive thinking in cancer policy, training and education and promoting European cancer research, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care through the organisation of international multidisciplinary meetings. ECCO also proactively engages with policymakers to bridge the gap between science and policy, and maximise the potential for achieving real change through consensus.
European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer
EORTC is aimed at conducting, developing and coordinating laboratory and clinical research in Europe to improve the management of cancer and its related problems by increasing survival and the patients' quality of life.

European School of Oncology
The European School of Oncology was founded by Umberto Veronesi and Laudomia Del Drago in 1982, with the aim of contributing to the reduction of deaths from cancer due to late diagnosis and/or inadequate treatment. By improving the skills of all health professionals dealing with cancer patients, ESO helps shorten the time needed to transfer knowledge from research centres to daily practice, combining advanced technology with humanism in care.

European Society of Medical Oncology
ESMO aims to establish medical oncology as a recognised specialty in Europe, promoting its science and practice, in order to maintain high standards of overall care for cancer patients.
European Society of Surgical Oncology
The European Society of Surgical Oncology’s mission is to support its members in advancing the science and practice of surgical oncology for the benefit of cancer patients through a range of activities including education, research and leadership in multidisciplinary care.

European Union Geriatric Medicine Society
The EUGMS aims to develop geriatric medicine in Europe, to support availability of geriatric services to all European citizens and to promote education, continuing professional development and high quality evidence-based geriatric medicine.

Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer
MASCC aims to promote professional expertise of supportive care through research and international scientific exchange of ideas. It operates in collaboration with the International Society for Oral Oncology.

International Union Against Cancer
UICC is the only international non-governmental organization dedicated exclusively to the global control of cancer. Its vision is of a world where cancer is eliminated as a major life-threatening disease for future generations.