Survivorship Passport | A project to provide every European childhood cancer survivor a document, paper and electronic based, containing cancer history and therapy information
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Summary of treatment

Get a short summary extracted from the information reported in the medical record, describing the disease as well as the treatments received.

Recommendations

Find screening recommendations for childhood cancer survivor based on medical history and other factors.

Mobile App

Take your Passport and Guidelines always with you and get in real time the newest version of the documents.

You can be the expert of your own health. Then go and get your Passport.

If you are a paediatric cancer survivor you can receive your Survivorship Passport.

Currently, the Survivorship Passport is available only to survivors in Italy.

We hope to be able to provide it to survivors across Europe soon.

300k

childhood cancer survivors are living in EU

11k

New cases/year of cancer aged 0-14 years

75%

Overall conservative 5-year survival

8250

year increase of the population of long-term survivors

IN COLLABORATION WITH

SIOP Europe

The European Society for Paediatric Oncology

PANCARE

Pan-European network for survivors after childhood and adolescent cancer

CCI Europe

Childhood Cancer International Europe

PanCareSurFup

PanCare Childhood and Adolescent Cancer Survivor Care and Follow-Up Studies

ExPO-r-Net

European Expert Paediatric Oncology Reference Network for Diagnostics and Treatment

IGHG

International Guideline Harmonization Group
for Late Effects of Childood Cancer

ENCCA

European Network for Cancer Research in Children and Adolescents