Rare Cancers

Rare Cancers

More than 60 clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Rare Cancers.

Rare cancers are those that affect a relatively small number of individuals. A cancer may also be classified as rare if it originates in an unusual part of the body, or if it is of an uncommon type requiring specialised treatment.In Europe and the UK, a cancer is generally considered rare if fewer than 6 out of 100,000 people are diagnosed with it each year. This classification accounts for about 24% of all cancer cases diagnosed annually in Europe and the UK, including cancers in children and young adults.

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