“The hospitals will see far more patients with non-small cell lung cancer in the future.”

2019-09-18T15:58:32+02:00September 11th, 2019|Categories: Cancer|

The Danish media "Onkologisk Tidsskrift" has written an article about the findings of our CEDAR study, which was presented at the World Conference on Lung Cancer 2019. Read the full article (in Danish) here:

ApHER at the IASLC 2019 World Conference on Lung Cancer in Barcelona

2019-09-18T15:10:41+02:00September 11th, 2019|Categories: Cancer, Nordic Health Registers|

ApHER was present at the IASLC 2019 World Conference on Lung Cancer in Barcelona (September 7-10 2019) with the poster "The Past, Present, and Future of SCLC and NSCLC Incidence, Mortality, and Prevalence in Denmark during 2006 through 2000”, with some of the results from the ongoing Cancer Impact in Denmark (CEDAR) Study.

Prof. Anders Green at the 5th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Management of Diabetes Mellitus and its Complications

2019-03-18T11:32:54+02:00March 18th, 2019|Categories: Cancer, Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases, Nordic Health Registers|

Is diabetes per se a risk factor for developing cancer? Or is diabetes a marker of an underlying (pre-clinical) cancer process? Professor Anders Green from ApHER gave an invited presentation exploring these questions at the 5th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Management of Diabetes which took place the 7th to 9th of March in Bucharest, Romania. Read [...]

New publication: Finasteride treatment and male breast cancer: a register-based cohort study in four Nordic countries.

2018-12-04T15:59:31+02:00December 4th, 2018|Categories: Cancer, Nordic Health Registers, Pharmacoepidemiology|

By pooling Nordic health data on medical devices & pharmaceuticals, and analyzing it on the micro-level, we tap into the full potential of big data. The Nordic health registers cover 26 mill. people from birth to death. Read about our most recent safety study, pooling data from 4 Nordic countries, here: 

Danish Cancer Research Days 30-31 August 2018

2018-11-16T13:58:46+02:00September 28th, 2018|Categories: Cancer, Health Economics|

ApHER participated at the cancer research days presenting the CEDAR study, a nationwide, observational study including all patients living with cancer of the lung, breast, bladder, ovary, and prostate as of 31st December 2005 and all patients first-time diagnosed from then up to 31st December 2015. Patients are followed from date of first diagnosis until death [...]

Benchmarking II

2018-08-23T14:14:30+02:00February 20th, 2017|Categories: Cancer|

ApEHR has produced a report on behalf on the Danish Multidisciplinary Cancer Groups (DMCG) and the Danish Clinical Registries (RKKP, Regionernes Kliniske Kvalitets-udviklingsprogram) with an analysis of survival over the period 1995-2014 for five major cancer forms in Denmark. The report has now been published and can be found by following the link.

Real life treatment patterns and outcomes in advanced Melanoma patients in Italy and Sweden: The development of a Multi Country Database

2018-08-23T14:36:12+02:00February 1st, 2017|Categories: Cancer|

This pilot study aims to create an international data platform for real world data on malignant melanoma treatment which can be used in clinical and epidemiological studies to systematically observe and describe patient treatment processes and outcomes. Findings from this pilot study are presented in the poster.

Staying in good health adds economic value to our societies

2018-08-20T15:05:22+02:00December 14th, 2016|Categories: Cancer, Diseases of the nervous system, Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases, Health Economics|

In collaboration, Dr. Hans Martens and APEHR have completed a blog discussing the challenge of chronic disease for Europe's health systems. Link to the blog.

Status of the diabetes situation in Denmark: Social inequality in diabetes morbidity

2018-08-20T15:50:37+02:00October 2nd, 2016|Categories: Cancer, Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases|

PhD and M.Sc. Camilla Sortsø gives a status on the diabetes morbidity in Denmark and how social inequality plays an important role in the Danish program "En syg forskel" (red. An ill difference). The program is about how social conditions is important in relation to children with chronic diseases as diabetes and cancer.

Real World Evidence: Clinical evidence – from the real world

2018-08-23T11:42:41+02:00January 20th, 2015|Categories: Cancer, Nordic Health Registers|

With the Danish parliament in front, Denmark is preparing on becoming the internationally leading country in register- and database research within the health field. Professor and epidemiological scientist, Anders Green, is one of the architects behind the standardized platform on the future clinical cancer databases and tells his perspective on new ways within cancer treatment in Magasinet [...]