A European Hub for imaging on cancers and the use of Artificial Intelligence is borning. Fully operational by 2026. 23 January 2023 Today, at an event in Brussels, the Commission is launching the European Cancer Imaging Initiative to support healthcare providers, research institutes and innovators in making the best use of innovative data-driven
The EU has taken a new approach to cancer screening to improve early detection across the EU. This is another important European step in the fight against cancer. In fact, many of the new recommendations are already a reality in many European countries. The aim is to extend best practices in all 27 EU countries.
EU invests €95.5 billion for Research and Innovation. First calls already opened. However EU globally invests only 1.5% of GDP, against 2.1 in U.S., 2.6 in Japan, 1.7 in China and 3.6 in South Corea. < To read this article in another language, go to the Blog and select it> Latest decisions The EU Council