Contact our team

If you have any questions about ESLCCC 2016, please contact Julie Drehn, Event Manager in the following ways:

Per Ankær: per@ics.dk
Direct tel: +45 39 46 05 01
fax +45 39 46 05 15

WELCOME TO THE COPENHAGEN MEETING

 
The ESLCCC 16 committee is pleased to invite you to join the fifth European Symposium on Late Complications after Childhood Cancer from 22nd to the 23rd September 2016 at the Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center in Copenhagen.

Over the past nine years, the symposium has grown in reputation and is now the largest European multidisciplinary event on late complications after treatment of childhood cancer.

Attracting a worldwide audience, the Copenhagen 2016 symposium will explore and discuss best practices in the detection and management of late complications after treatment of childhood cancer.

The Symposium is a forum for international keynote speakers and expert delegates, who will share their knowledge in a friendly atmosphere. The meeting is a rare opportunity to personally communicate with this large group of specialists.

In addition, young researchers will have the chance to present their own research studies and compete for the prestigious Stephen Shalet and Giulio D'Angio research prizes.

Abstract submission deadline extended until 1st July

Who should attend ESLCCC16?

 
ESLCCC is of interest to those active in the area of childhood cancer and its late complications and attracts an international delegation of:

  • Academic and research scientists
  • Medical administrators
  • Medical professionals
  • Nursing professionals
  • Other professionals allied to healthcare
  • Specialists in childhood cancer
  • Representatives from patient organisations
  • Students

The COPENHAGEN 2016 MEETING will cover the following topics:

 
ESLCCC is of interest to those active in the area of childhood cancer and its late complications. The following are the main disciplines covered: 

  • Guidelines for screening of survivors
  • Fertility preservation
  • Reproduction
  • Skeletal complications
  • Second malignancies
  • Radiation therapy
  • Research in childhood survivors
  • Care for survivors

Read more about the COPENHAGEN 2016 MEETING

ESLCCC 16 Committee


Jeanette Falck Winther
Consultant DMSc,
Danish Cancer Society Research Center,
Danish Cancer Society
Copenhagen, Denmark

Catherine Rechnitzer
Consultant DMSc,
Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine,
Juliane Marie Centre
University Hospital Rigshospitalet,
Copenhagen, Denmark

Doris Shannon Rohrer
Conference Coordinator,
Danish Cancer Society Research Center,
Danish Cancer Society
Copenhagen, Denmark

Anna Sällfors Holmqvist
Paediatrician PhD,
Children's University Hospital,
Lund, Sweden

Christian Moëll
Associate Professor of Paediatrics,
Children's University Hospital,
Lund, Sweden

Hamish Wallace
Professor of Paediatric Oncology,
Royal Hospital for Sick Children,
Edinburgh, UK