European School of Oncology (ESO)
Ecole européenne d'oncologie
Escuela Europea de Oncologia
Scuola Europea di Oncologia
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1982 Milan Italy
Founded 1982, Milan (Italy), leading oncologists worldwide having played a key role.
Contribute to the reduction of deaths from cancer due to late diagnosis and/or inadequate treatment; function as an educational tool in order to improve the general level of oncologists and to disseminate in Europe the results of clinical research: organize and conduct theoretical and practical teaching courses and fellowships in different fields of oncology for graduates; produce and disseminate teaching material; organize workshops in oncology.
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Board of Directors; Scientific Committee. Offices: Milan (Italy); Bellinzona (Switzerland).
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