ESSO is delighted to inform its members that EJSO in 2016 had an Impact Factor of 3.522, which ranks the journal 84th out of 217 journals in the Oncology category of the Journal Citation Reports.
This special eCancer Issue gathers together six papers dedicated to the late Prof. Umberto Veronesit, honouring his enormous contribution to cancer research and treatment
Two exciting ESSO Fellowship opportunities - BSSO Observership and the Breast fellowship at Guy's Hospital (London, UK) - are now open for applications for young surgeons.
ESSO is looking for a Committee and Project Administrator.
GO SAFE and CORSiCA are two new research initiatives that will investigate quality of life after cancer surgery and specificities of ypT0 rectal cancers at the European level.
Our Society has been widely profiled by European and international media in the past few months.
ESSO was invited to hold a dedicated session, entitled “How can I improve my knowledge in surgical oncology?” during the Congress of the German Society of Surgery on March 23 in Munich, Germany.
Dr. Hans-Günter Becker, a successful candidate in the EBSQ examination, recently reported about his experience, which could be helpful to inspire other surgeons.
ESSO and the Korean Society of Surgical Oncology (KSSO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding during a ceremony held on 24 February 2017 in Seoul, Korea.
The field of surgical research needs new leaders and collaborations: this is what Dr. Denis Lacombe, the Director of EORTC, explained us during this exclusive interview.
ESSO joined as a Collaborating Partner the EU Joint Action on Rare Cancers (JARC), working with other societies and public health institutions to improve health outcomes for rare cancers' patients.
As from the next issue, ESSO will feature in the prestigious magazine "CancerWorld" with an editorial article from our President, Dr. Santiago Gonzalez Moreno