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Save the date! Open activities RESILIENCE after the summer

In the framework of the European Researchers’ Night and the Science and Innovation Week to be celebrated in Madrid on September and November, our team RESILIENCE has planned two activities open to public of all ages upon registration. There will be two workshops and roundtables under the title “RESILIENCE: Survive

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Patient encounter: stories of resilience and improvement

Since we started the RESILIENCE project, we have held regular encounters with our patients, and family members who wish to attend, along with members of our team. We believe these gatherings are a fruitful experience in which they have the chance of sharing their needs with us so we may

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Amsterdam UMC Hospital joins RESILIENCE

It is a great satisfaction for us to announce the incorporation of the Amsterdam UMC Hospital to the RESILIENCE project on November 8th. Amsterdam UMC is one of the largest academic hospitals in the Netherlands and consists of 2 centers: The Amsterdam UMC located at the AMC (Academic Medical Center)

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Puerta de Hierro University Hospital joins RESILIENCE

On October 23rd, Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda University Hospital joined the RESILIENCE project, so hopefully it will begin to incorporate patients into the trial in the coming days. This hospital was created in 1964 and, since then, it has fulfilled a triple function: care, teaching and research. Currently, as a

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Heart failure may no longer be a death sentence for cancer survivors

Cancer patients receiving anthracycline chemotherapy have more than twice the risk of developing heart failure compared to their peers without cancer. The ground-breaking RESILIENCE project aims to prevent heart failure in patients who need anthracyclines to treat their cancer. International experts and patients from the project gathered on October 19th

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