Earlier this month Dr Ioannis Papasotiriou attended the IX Hyperthermie Kongress Berlin. The aim of the event is to share evidence and experience from daily practice on the treatment of chronic and oncological disease. Dr Papasotiriou was among a number of international speakers at the event and gave a speech about role of heat shock […]
Taking place very September, Thessaloniki International Fair is a leading B2B, B2C and B2G event. RGCC attended this year’s event, which ran from 7 to 15 September and celebrated innovation and international culture. Take a look at our film of the event.
RGCC stands for Research Genetics Cancer Center but we’re known simply as RGCC. We have been developing and providing personalised cancer genetics tests for doctors and patients since 2004. In addition, we are actively involved in pharmaceutical research and development working from our world-leading facilities in Europe.
Why have you created Cancer A-Z?
Cancer A-Z is for anyone who wants to learn more about cancer. You may have received a diagnosis of cancer, have a friend or loved one who has been diagnosed with the disease, or a family history. Whatever your question about cancer, you’ll find the answer in Cancer A-Z.
We produced the app to provide simple and straightforward information about the causes of cancer, diagnosis, tests and treatments.
Where does the information in Cancer A-Z come from?
A range of trusted sources has provided the information in your Cancer A-Z. The information in the app has been clinically validated by our RGCC team of qualified medical experts. We regularly review and update the content in Cancer A-Z to reflect changes in cancer diagnosis and treatments.
The Cancer A-Z app is designed to provide general information on cancer diagnosis, tests and treatments. It does not constitute medical advice or guidance. For personal medical advice, you should speak to your clinician.
Why should I trust the information in the Cancer A-Z app?
The information in Cancer A-Z has been produced by the team at RGCC, the world’s leading provider of personalised genetic tests for cancer. The information contained within the app reflects the latest developments in cancer diagnosis, tests and treatments and has been validated by our team of medical experts.
Cancer A-Z is comprehensive and accurate, but does not constitute medical advice. We always recommend you speak to a clinician if you have questions about cancer symptoms, diagnosis and treatments.
I have questions that aren’t answered in the app. Where should I go?
If you have specific questions regarding cancer symptoms, diagnosis, tests or treatment, we recommend you speak to a qualified medical professional.
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