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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.

This year the usual workshops dedicated to the screening of the Prevention Serena program will take place online. The programs, times and indications for registration will be communicated as soon as possible.

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.

The annual appointment of the Italian Association of Epidemiology intends to launch a debate on the experience gained in the first epidemic phase, focusing attention on the health of the future and the contribution of epidemiology in the field of public health.

The webinar "Vulnerable populations and health" will be held on 28 September, an opportunity to debate and discuss the issue of inequalities. The following collaborate in the event: the Italian Association of Epidemiology, the Health and Social Agency of the Emilia-Romagna Region, Epidemiology & Prevention.

There is time until September 27 for the abstracts submission to participate in the annual conference of the Italian Association of Epidemiology which will be held in the first week of November and will be dedicated to the COVID-19 emergency.

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

The Epidemiology of Tumors of the AOU Maggiore della Carità of Novara and of the University of Eastern Piedmont leads and collaborates in some studies focusing on the new Coronavirus.

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.

The Science Weeks are back in Turin and its province. Two months of events to bring the general public closer to science and all its protagonists.