Our wonderful librarians have stocked a huge selection of books and brochures to help you find information you’re looking for. Details about how to borrow materials can be found on the library webpage.
Among the various resources that we offer, we have translated into English and made freely available a guide, from the Hôpitaux Universitaires Genève (HUG), that provides patients, friends and family assistance during chemotherapy treatment.
Our counsellors regularly bring in guest speakers to discuss various topics. Many of these presentations are also open to non-members of ESCA CS. In the past, these talks have dealt with:
- genetic counselling
- the new Prostate Centre at Geneva’s university hospital (the HUG)
- patient-doctor relations
|La Ligue genevoise contre le cancer (fr)||HUG Maternity|
|Prostate Cancer Centre HUG||Swiss Int. Prostate Centre Beaulieu (eng)|
|Breast Cancer Centre Grangettes (eng)||Fondation genevoise pour le depistage du cancer|
|Association of Doctors in Geneva|
Cancer Support France (eng)
|Cancer Research UK||Macmillan Cancer Support|
|US National Cancer Institute||American Cancer Society|
|Australian Government||Mayo Clinic|
|Johns Hopkins||Prostate cancer UK|
Little Princess Trust
Little Princess Trust is a charity that provides real hair wigs for children suffering hair loss
MEDLINE database: references to scientific articles primarily for researchers and doctors.
After being confronted with grim statistics and sad stories online while researching his pancreatic cancer diagnosis, Martin, a 32-year-old Swiss guy, decides to look for more relatable stories. He and his wife Katarina decide to travel once around the world to interview cancer survivors. In this series you’ll join the couple on their journey and hear from the people they met.