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An Interdisciplinary Approach for the Management of the Elderly Multimorbid Patient with Breast Cancer Therapy Induced Cardiac Toxicity

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CARDIOCARE at the IEEE BHI-BSN 2022 in Ioannina

The Special Session "Artificial intelligence and Real World data for personalized support of patients with cardiovascular diseases" took place successfully on Friday, 30 September at the IEEE BHI-BSN conference. The Special Session concerned artificial intelligence...

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New review paper is published online

Our paper entitled "A systematic review of miRNAs as biomarkers for chemotherapy-induced cardiotoxicity in breast cancer patients reveals potentially clinically informative panels as well as key challenges in miRNA research" has been published in the Cardio-oncology...

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CARDIOCARE presence in IEEE BHI-BSN 2022

We are really happy to announce that CARDIOCARE will be present at the IEEE-EMBS International Conference in Biomedical and Health Informatics (IEEE BHI-BSN 2022) that will be held in Ioannina on September 27– 30, 2022. A special session entitled "Artificial...

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CARDIOCARE in the Health IT Conference

Dr. Georgia Karanasiou, participated in the Health IT Conference, that was held online 21 & 22 June 2022. The main objectιve of the conference was “Accelerating the digital transformation of the Healthcare Sector in the post-COVID era“, a strategic dialogue for...

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Project’s Kick Off Meeting

The CARDIOCARE project launches with a kick-off meeting on 19 and 20 July 2021 with the participation of all the partners of the consortium. Due to the pandemic COVID-19 crisis, the meeting will be held virtually. The Horizon 2020 research project runs for 4 years and...

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Highlights

CARDIOCARE at the IEEE BHI-BSN 2022 in Ioannina

The Special Session "Artificial intelligence and Real World data for personalized support of patients with cardiovascular diseases" took place successfully on Friday, 30 September at the IEEE BHI-BSN conference. The Special Session concerned artificial intelligence...

New review paper is published online

Our paper entitled "A systematic review of miRNAs as biomarkers for chemotherapy-induced cardiotoxicity in breast cancer patients reveals potentially clinically informative panels as well as key challenges in miRNA research" has been published in the Cardio-oncology...