Certificate of compliance

European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO)

is in compliance with the HONcode

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14 Years

Certificate validity: 06 Oct 2015 - Oct 2016

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HONcode identification number:


Date of initial review:

10 Jul 2001

Certificate validity:

06 Oct 2015 - Oct 2016

Date of last visit:

15 Aug 2016
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Content identified by the HONcode team

The content below is a sample of the content identified at a specific date by the HONcode team that justifies the respect of the eight ethical principles.

The names and qualifications of all the persons involved are provided.

Activities and responsibilities
Reviewing manuscripts
Suggesting topics and authors for solicited reviews or editorials
Helping to elicit high quality, state-of-the-art articles from their own and other research groups
Contributing their own ideas and experience to improve the quality and competitiveness of Annals of Oncology

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The component information of the ESMO Web Site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice or medical care. The advice of a medical professional should always be sought prior to commencing any form of medical treatment. To this end, all component information contained within the web site is done so for solely educational purposes.

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This privacy policy applies to your use of the websites (collectively referred to as the “Website”), operated by The European Society for Medical Oncology, a Swiss-based not-for-profit corporation, referred to interchangeably hereafter as “ESMO”.

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More information about the editorial team : www.esmo.org/About-Us/Who-We-Are/Annals-of-Oncology-Editorial-Board

The data displayed correspond to only one of the selected samples.

↵ Ferlay J, Shin HR, Bray F . GLOBOCAN 2008, cancer incidence and mortality Worldwide: IARC CancerBase No. 10. Lyon, France: International Agency for Research on Cancer; 2010;. globocan.iarc.fr. Google Scholar
↵ Arbyn M, Castellsague X, de Sanjose S . Worldwide burden of cervical cancer in 2008. Ann Oncol 2011;22:2675-2686. Abstract/FREE Full Text
↵ Mark AK . Preventing cancer with vaccines: progress in the global control of cancer. Cancer Prev Res 2012;5:24-29. Abstract/FREE Full Text
↵ Sankaranarayanan R, Nene BM, Shastri SS, et al . HPV screening for cervical cancer in rural india. N Engl J Med 2009;360:1385-1394. CrossRefMedlineWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar
↵ Féderation Internationale de Gynécologie et d'Obstétrique FIGO Committee on Gynecology Oncology. Revised FIGO staging for carcinoma of the vulva, cervix and endometrium. Int J Gynecol Obstet 2009;105:103-104. CrossRefMedline

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Last update: January 2015

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This principle is not applicable to this site 

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To contact ESMO please complete the form below

(08 Sep 2015) - Link

ESMO is a Swiss-registered not-for-profit organisation. All funding for this site is provided directly by ESMO or via grants from the Sponsors.

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The policy establishes standards/principles of conduct for minimizing and managing potential conflict of interest for the ESMO officers involved in scientific activities, development of scientific and medical content including Congress and educational events and products, publications, guidelines, etc.

ESMO does not derive any income from paid advertising of any products or services on its website. No promotional or advertisements such as banners or logos appear on this site and there is no engagement in link/banner exchanges, whether free or paid. The site does not host or receive funding from advertising. The OncologyPRO Website is supported by unrestricted grants from sponsors. See the OncologyPRO conditions of use for full details.

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The content of this certificate has been collected by the HON Foundation and may not be used without HON's express consent.

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