European School of Oncology Launches Award Programme to Encourage Excellence in Cancer Reporting

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(31st January 2003, European Society of Medical Oncology) Milan based, European School of Oncology (ESO) has announced a global initiative to honour accurate and informative cancer journalism. By launching the (Awarding Cancer Enlightenment) ACE Reporter Award, ESO urges journalists across the world to convey a clear interpretation of cancer facts, providing both the medical community and the public with information they can rely upon...more

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