The Me-Can steering committee are planning a meeting in Malmö, hosted by Tanja Stocks, in June. On the agenda is planning of the new projects within Me-Can 2.0.
Further analyses of metabolic factors and cancer risk, Me-Can 2.0 have been supported with funding from the Swedish research council. PI is Tanja Stocks, Lund University and more information can be found at a press release from Lund University.
The study about metabolic factors and real-life risk of prostate cancer, prostate cancer death, and death from other causes is now published at Epidemiology’s website.
Minutes from the meeting can be found in the project pages.
Both the gallbladder study by Wegene Borena and the esophageal squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma by Björn Lindkvist have been published in early 2014. Links have been added to the studies on the page with publications.