Policy note over care after cancer

​In the year 2019, care after cancer in Belgium is still too limited. For this reason, the College of Oncology, together with the CancerCentre (Sciensano) and Kom op tegen Kanker, took the initiative to formulate six care after cancer improvement  priorities based on the input from a Round Table with key stakeholders (patient representatives, health care professionals and policy officers) held in November 2018. These priorities were included in a policy paper of the 5th of July 2019 and a report on the conclusions of the Round table was written.

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