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The 10th edition of the volume "Cancer numbers in Italy" has been published as the result of the consolidated collaboration between AIOM and AIRTum, in addition to the AIOM Foundation, PASSI, PASSI d’Argento and the Italian Society of Pathological Anatomy and Diagnostic Cytology.

What are the recurring terms related to information on COVID-19? Are we always sure we know its meaning? A glossary can help improve disease communication.

We report the editorial signed by the Italian Epidemiology Association and the journal Epidemiology & Prevention with the recommendations addressed to the National Health Service.

Despite the decline in media attention, it is important to stay up to date on Coronavirus, relying on institutional sites that are able to form reliable data and information.

In an article published in Scienza in rete Rodolfo Saracci illustrates the risks and problems that we are about to face, inviting caution and the sense of collective responsibility.

What contribution can epidemiology make in the orientation and management of public health and care activities during phase 2 of the current epidemic crisis from COVID-19?

The Italian Environment and Health Network raises some questions to the public, highlighting some stringent needs for further study and epidemiological research.

A glossary on the most common terms in the period of the health emergency from COVID-19 created by the Epidemiological Observatory of the ASL of Vercelli is available online.

The IX edition of the volume "The numbers of cancer in Italy" presented in Rome is the result of the collaboration between AIOM and AIRTum, as well as PASSI, PASSI d’Argento and Società Italiana di Anatomia Patologica e di Citologia Diagnostica.

A new IARC publication highlights the great variations in cancer incidence, survival and mortality, which exist between countries and, within the same countries, between different social groups.