ACC Third Multi-Stakeholder Roundtable: Optimizing Cancer Diagnoses in Canada

17 January 2024

Toronto, Ontario

In Toronto, Ontario from January 17-19 2024, All.Can Canada hosted the Optimizing Cancer Diagnoses in Canada Roundtable. This event consisted of two days of…


All.Can Romania Launch

12 December 2023

The Palace of the Parliament, Romanian Senate, Dimitrie Cantemir Hall

On the occasion of the launch event of All.Can Romania, we will have the opportunity to present a public policy document with concrete recommendations, focused on the needs of patients,…


10 October 2023

Stockholm, Sweden

We are thrilled to partner with Fokus Patient® and European Cancer Organisation for the upcoming Cancer Forum, an impactful event focusing on cancer-related challenges in the EU. The Forum, part…

9th Annual World Cancer Series Europe

20 September 2023

Marriott Hotel Grand Place, Brussels

The 9th Annual World Cancer Series: Europe is set to take place in Brussels this September bringing together a diverse audience of policymakers, healthcare providers, industry leaders, academics, patient groups, and investors. With a focus on Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan, the summit aims to assess progress, promote innovation, and address equity in cancer care.

8th Annual World Cancer Series: Europe 2022

8 November 2022


The Economist’s 8th Annual World Cancer Series: Europe convenes a wide range of stakeholders critical to effective cancer care, to drive innovation, equity and excellence in cancer control across Europe from Tuesday 8 November to Wednesday 9 November 2022.

Webinar: Cancer Care Efficiency – a path from evidence to implementation

25 October 2022


Drawing upon the latest All.Can policy research “All.Can Efficiency Metrics Study’, the event will highlight the importance and complexity of translating research findings into practice when standardising cancer care efficiency assessment. This webinar will take place virtually on 25th October, 11:00 - 12:15 CEST.

All.Can “Building efficiency in cancer care” policy blueprint launch event (hosted by MEP Tomislav Sokol)

23 February 2022

Virtual (Zoom)

Join us at the virtual launch of the new flagship All.Can publication, ‘Building efficiency in cancer care’ on 23 February from 14:00 to 15:20 (CET)! The meeting will be hosted by Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Tomislav Sokol, and feature a high-level, multi-stakeholder roundtable, with speakers from the European Commission and the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) in addition to All.Can International members and National Initiatives.

2nd Colorectal Cancer Screening Summit

30 November 2021

All.Can member Digestive Cancers Europe invites you to the 2nd Colorectal Cancer Screening Summit on Tuesday, 30 November from 9:00 to 12:30 (CET). The theme of this year’s summit is “How Can Europe Tackle the High Incidence of Colorectal Cancer”. Continuing on last year’s success, the Summit will bring together patient organisations with renowned healthcare experts, top European policy makers, screening dignitaries and other interested stakeholders to discuss the importance of population-based screening programmes and how best practices can be implemented to save 90.000 plus lives a year across the region.

Nutrition and wellbeing in pancreatic cancer patients

18 November 2021

Save the Date! On Thursday, 18 November from 15:30 to 17:00 CET, our member Pancreatic Cancer Europe (PCE) and the Challenge Cancer Intergroup of the European Parliament will be organising a webinar on nutrition and quality of life in pancreatic cancer patients, to mark the World Pancreatic Cancer Day 2021. Information on how to register for the event will follow.

European Cancer Summit 2021: From Plans to Action

17 November 2021

The European Cancer Summit 2021 on 17 & 18 November, taking place in Brussels and virtually, will focus on the implementation of Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan and the EU Cancer Mission’s recommendations, including through the nine European Cancer Organisation’s Focused Topic Networks, representing key areas for improvement in cancer policy.