General

SEND YOUR CASES AND JOIN THE SELNET VIRTUAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM (MDT) DISCUSSIONS

A series of 4 educational meetings have been designed with an especial focus on pathology, aiming to help sarcoma pathologist, discussing their daily challenges in sarcoma diagnosis. All the other members of sarcoma teams are very welcome to these talks. Please save these dates: 13/05/2021 (16:00 CET) 30/06/2021 (16h00 CET) 15/09/2021 (16h00 CET) 28/10/2021 (16h00

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WEBINAR BIOMARKERS IN SARCOMA (15 April 2021)

This webinar will focus on biomarkers in sarcoma and will be hold next 15th April 16:00- 17:00, chaired by Dr Celso Mello and colleagues from the ACC Camargo Cancer Center São Paulo, Brazil Do not miss the opportunity of enjoying the talks from our expert speakers: Dr Pollack, Dr dei Tos and Dr Huang!! Programme

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2021 SELNET Educational Program

This series of 6 meetings aim to provide a multidisciplinar update in sarcoma, focusing of several issues. Each meeting will be organized for one SELNET member. The format will be (at least for now) virtual, through Webinars of around 90′ (16:00-17:30 CET). The Webinars are programmed for: 18 FEBRUARY: Novel therapies in sarcoma 15 APRIL:

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SARCOMA WEBINAR SERIES

Sarcoma Webinar Series: The latest scientific advances in sarcoma research Priya Chudasama and Paul Huang have organised a Sarcoma Research Webinar for the community. This is free to attend and will occur every Wednesday (unless otherwise specified) starting May 6, 2020 at 5pm CEST. Their goal is to connect the sarcoma clinical and research community

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COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT

From SELNET we want to show our support and respect to all our fellows that are fighting this new coronavirus all over the globe. This situation is heartbreaking and only if the world works together as one will the victory be achieved.     In the meantime, we continue to work hard, giving our absolute best

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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

Evidence-based medicine has led to continuous progress in knowledge, skills and attitudes of cancer care, and these improvements should be implemented in daily practice. To ensure optimal diagnosis and care for sarcoma patients, specialists must participate in continuing medical education (CME) programs. The SELNET project includes CME activities to set standards of clinical competence for

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