One of the main ECHoS objectives is to take cancer-related dialogues further than research and innovation, and health systems, covering also other relevant areas in cancer control and support, such as employment, education, and socioeconomic aspects: ECHoS aims to engage European citizens and beyond.


The launch of ECHoS’ LinkedIn and Twitter accounts marks an exciting milestone in the project’s journey. As followers and engagement grow, ECHoS looks forward to fostering an active and vibrant online community, where ideas and key moments are shared. Together, through social media, ECHoS and its stakeholders are poised to make a lasting impact.

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