The Resilience Project

The RESILIENCE project develop a novel healthcare intervention (Remote Ischemic Conditioning, RIC) aimed at reducing the prevalence of chronic heart failure in cancer survivors. 

Reduce the Heart Failure in Cancer Survivors

According to the WHO, the incidence of cancer is expected to rise by about 70% over the next 20 years.  Half of those diagnosed with cancer will survive for at least a decade, and this survival rate is expected to increase significantly in the future.

Remote Ischemic Conditioning

Remote ischemic conditioning (RIC) is a phenomenon by which brief, reversible episodes of occlusion and re-occlusion in one organ (e.g. an arm) render remote organs resistant to injury.

Multidisciplinary consortium

We count on a multidisciplinary consortium, where different stakeholders of this process are part of the study, from scientists to industry, and from healthcare providers (physicians and nurses) to patients.
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Are you a patient participating in RESILIENCE? Here you will find useful information about the details of your participation, activities specifically designed for you. You will also be able to contact RESILIENCE researchers.

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