PanCare is a multidisciplinary pan‐European network of professionals, survivors and their families that aims to reduce the frequency, severity and impact of late side‐effects of the treatment of children and adolescents with cancer. PanCare is working to achieve equity of access to care for childhood cancer survivors across Europe, to perform collaborative research and to act as a resource of research based information concerning all late side‐effects of cancer treatment. An important aim of PanCare is to work with the European Community to increase awareness and research about childhood cancer survivors. 

The mission of PanCare is to ensure equal access to optimal long-term care and to improve quality of life for every child and adolescent in Europe after their cancer treatment.


The Stanislaw Garwicz Memorial Fund for PanCare


Upcoming meetings/events

  • 25th PanCare Spring Meeting 2020 
     - 15-17 April 2020, Princess Máxima Center for Paediatric Oncology, Utrecht, the Netherlands. 
  • 2nd SIOP Europe Annual Meeting
    4-8 May 2020, Valencia
  • 26th PanCare Fall Meeting 2020 
    9-11 September 2020, Budapest
  • 27th PanCare Spring Meeting 2020 

PanCare projects

  • PanCareFollowUp PanCare Follow Up Studies on Survivorship Care for Childhood Cancer Survivors in Europe (Coordinator: Leontien Kremer; 2019-2023)

  • PanCareLife PanCare Studies on Fertility and Ototoxicity to Improve Quality of Life after Cancer during Childhood, Adolescence and Young Adulthood (Coordinator: Peter Kaatsch; 2013-2018)   

  • PanCareSurFup - PanCare Childhood and Adolescent Cancer Survivor Care and Follow-up Studies (Coordinator: Lars Hjorth; 2011-2016)

  • Educational Booklet - Paediatric haematooncological educational booklet (Coordinator: Edit Bárdi)

  • ENCCA - European Network for Cancer research in Children and Adolescents (Coordinator: Riccardo Haupt)

FAQ about PanCare

PanCare on Social media

PanCare Committees

  • Advocacy, Awareness and Visibility Committee
  • Membership Committee
  • Newsletter Committe
  • Fundraising Committee
  • Website committee
  • Election Committee
  • Audit Committee
Should you wish to know more about PanCare Committees and Working Groups, please click here






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The spread of Covid-19 has raised lots of questions about the risks for Childhood Cancer survivors. The International Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Guideline Harmonization Group has published a statement in which they describe the groups of survivors who are more at risk for Corona and what measures you can take to protect yourself. The document is translated into various languages an can be found on the website of the IGHG.

Optimizing long term care is one of our main goals. That’s why PanCare is leading in the development of the Survivorship Passport. The European Union is one of our partners in reaching this goal. They presented their Beating Cancer Plan last February in which they mentioned the Survivorship passport. More information can be found in this infographic.

Due to the impact of the Corona virus the PanCare meeting in Utrecht has to be postponed.
More information

The 3rd PanCare Educational Day for young investigators will take place on the morning of 15 april in Utrecht before the 25th meeting will start! More information

Information about hotels in Utrecht is now available on the meeting page

The 25th PanCare Meeting in Utrecht - registration & abstract submission opened!

The 24th PanCare Meeting in Basel is starting today!

Please download the programme on your phone/PC as there will be no printed copy available.

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