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Does your socioeconomic status affect breast cancer treatment and outcomes?

From left to right: Dr Marissa van Maaren (credit: IKNL) and Professor Sabine Siesling (credit: IKNL).
From left to right: Dr Marissa van Maaren (credit: IKNL) and Professor Sabine Siesling (credit: IKNL).

In this seminar, Marissa will present her research on the associations between socioeconomic status, recurrence and excess mortality in young breast cancer patients in the Netherlands.  

Infographic of summary information on The Netherlands and Cancer (in The Netherlands)

Sabine will present research on the associations between socioeconomic status and the choice of surgery in breast cancer patients in the Netherlands. 

Relevant to anyone interested in health inequalities and cancer outcomes, in particular, this webinar will include time for participant questions and give attendees an understanding of the associations between socioeconomic status and cancer outcomes. 

The third in the Inequalities in Cancer Outcomes Network (ICON) series of seminars on Inequalities in Cancer Outcomes, this seminar is offered jointly with the LSHTM Centre for Global Chronic Conditions.

Speakers 

  • Dr Marissa van Maaren, Clinical Epidemiologist at the Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation and teacher at the University of Twente, The Netherlands 
  • Professor Sabine Siesling, Clinical Epidemiologist at the Netherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation and Professor of Outcomes Research and Personalised Cancer Care at the University of Twente, the Netherlands 

 

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