Adela works closely with EU institutions to ensure cancer patients voice is heard and their perspectives represented. She is fostering relationships with stakeholders with common interests for a stronger voice of cancer community. Adela is also supporting ECPC members in policy and advocacy.
Adela is a graduate in pharmacy studies and holds two PhD degrees; one in Medical Sciences (Field of Pharmacy) and another in Chemistry awarded by the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca (Romania) and University of Lorraine (France), respectively. At the beginning of 2015, she changed career paths when she received the Robert Schuman scholarship at the European Parliament Research Service in Brussels. Since then, she has been working in Brussels in the fields of health and environmental policies.
Because I believe there is an imperious need to make a difference in the way cancer is perceived and to redefine EU policies for care.
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ensure our members are engaged and feel part of an active community through information, training, unique resources, tools, opportunities and networking at a national and European level
legitimise our position of cancer patient representatives before decision-makers
build a reputation as a cancer patient expert within the scientific community
find partners sharing the same vision, values and goals to work together on projects
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