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"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@en4
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"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@cs1
"Fru formand! Jeg støtter fuldt ud spørgsmålet til Kommissionen fra hvert af de tre udvalg om, hvad jeg betragter som det vigtigste emne. Jeg vil også gerne udtrykke min glæde over den positive reaktion fra kommissærerne. Jeg var medunderskriver af dette beslutningsforslag om brystkræft, og jeg mener, at EU kan gøre meget for at hjælpe medlemsstaterne på dette område ved omfattende forskning, benchmarking og udveksling af principper for bedste praksis såvel som ved at give medlemsstaterne en væsentlig professionel, materiel og teknisk bistand via de europæiske programmer. Det, lovgiverne og sundhedspersonalet særlig er optaget af med hensyn til brystkræft, er, at alle kvinder uanset bopæl, social status, beskæftigelse og uddannelse bør have adgang til screening af høj kvalitet med henblik på behandling og efterbehandling i tilfælde af kræft. Vi bør forbedre informationsniveauet over for kvinder, både yngre og ældre, angående risiciene ved og tilgængeligheden af behandling for brystkræft, for i sidste instans at reducere dødeligheden og forbedre deres livskvalitet og bistå dem i at vende tilbage til arbejdet, hvis de ønsker det. Der er behov for en mere omfattende forskning i årsagerne til brystkræft, i særdeleshed i virkningerne af farlige kemikalier og forurening af miljøet, ernæring, livsstil og genetiske faktorer. Jeg opfordrer Kommissionen til via det syvende rammeprogram at give finansiel støtte til videreudvikling af blodbaserede test, til at give bevillinger til omfattende undersøgelser af årsagerne til brystkræft, til at opfordre medlemsstaterne til at etablere informations- og rådgivningscentre, samtidig med at man rapporterer tilbage til Parlamentet om resultaterne af den forskning, der har fundet sted for nylig på dette meget vigtige område."@da2
". Frau Präsidentin! Ich unterstütze von ganzem Herzen diese Anfrage an die Kommission von jedem der drei Ausschüsse zu einem Thema, das ich als überaus wichtig ansehe. Außerdem begrüße ich die positive Reaktion vonseiten der Kommissionsmitglieder. Ich habe diese Entschließung zu Brustkrebs mit unterzeichnet, weil ich glaube, dass die Europäische Union viel tun kann, um den Mitgliedstaaten auf diesem Gebiet über umfassende Forschung, Benchmarking und den Austausch bewährter Praktiken Hilfestellung zu geben sowie ihnen über europäische Programme erhebliche fachliche, materielle und technische Hilfe zu bieten. Das Hauptanliegen, mit dem sich Gesetzgeber und Gesundheitsteams heutzutage bei Brustkrebs befassen müssen, ist, dass jede Frau, ungeachtet ihres Wohnorts, ihrer gesellschaftlichen Stellung, ihrer beruflichen Tätigkeit und ihrer Bildung, Zugang zu einem hochwertigen Screening für die Behandlung und Nachsorge bei einer Krebserkrankung haben muss. Wir müssen den Informationsdienst für Frauen, jüngere wie ältere, über die Risiken und die Behandlungsmöglichkeiten von Brustkrebs verbessern, um letztlich die Mortalitätsrate bei Frauen zu senken und ihre Lebensqualität zu steigern und ihnen zu helfen, falls sie ins Berufsleben zurückkehren möchten. Notwendig ist eine umfassendere Erforschung der Ursachen von Brustkrebs, insbesondere zu den Auswirkungen gefährlicher Chemikalien und von Umweltverschmutzung, Ernährung, Lebensführung und genetischen Faktoren. Ich fordere die Kommission auf, über das Siebte Rahmenprogramm finanzielle Unterstützung für die Weiterentwicklung von Blutuntersuchungen zu leisten, eine umfassende Untersuchung der Ursachen von Brustkrebs zu finanzieren, die Mitgliedstaaten dringend aufzufordern, Informations- und Beratungszentren einzurichten, und parallel dazu dem Europäischen Parlament über die Ergebnisse der jüngsten Forschung auf diesem Gebiet Bericht zu erstatten."@de9
"Κυρία Πρόεδρε, υποστηρίζω ολόψυχα αυτήν την ερώτηση, που υπέβαλε καθεμία από τις τρεις επιτροπές προς την Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή, σχετικά με ένα πολύ σημαντικό θέμα, κατά τη γνώμη μου. Θέλω επίσης να χαιρετήσω τη θετική απάντηση των Επιτρόπων. Συνυπέγραψα το παρόν ψήφισμα για τον καρκίνο του μαστού, διότι θεωρώ ότι η Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση μπορεί να συνδράμει περισσότερο τα κράτη μέλη στον εν λόγω τομέα, μέσω εκτενούς έρευνας, συγκριτικής αξιολόγησης και ανταλλαγής των αρχών βέλτιστων πρακτικών, καθώς και να προσφέρει στα κράτη μέλη ουσιαστική επαγγελματική και υλικοτεχνική βοήθεια μέσω ευρωπαϊκών προγραμμάτων. Το βασικό πρόβλημα που αντιμετωπίζουν σήμερα οι νομοθέτες και οι υγειονομικές ομάδες σχετικά με τον καρκίνο του μαστού είναι ότι κάθε γυναίκα, ασχέτως του τόπου διαμονής, της κοινωνικής κατάστασης, του επαγγέλματος και της μόρφωσής της, οφείλει να έχει πρόσβαση σε υψηλής ποιότητας ανίχνευση για τη θεραπεία και τη μετέπειτα φροντίδα σε περίπτωση εμφάνισης καρκίνου. Πρέπει να βελτιώσουμε τις υπηρεσίες πληροφόρησης των γυναικών, τόσο των νεότερων όσο και των μεγαλύτερων σε ηλικία, σχετικά με τους κινδύνους και τις δυνατότητες θεραπείας του καρκίνου του μαστού, προκειμένου να μειωθεί τελικά το ποσοστό θνησιμότητας των γυναικών και να βελτιωθεί η ποιότητα ζωής τους, καθώς και να βοηθηθούν κατά την επιστροφή στον χώρο εργασίας τους, εφόσον το επιθυμούν. Απαιτείται εκτενέστερη έρευνα των αιτίων που συνδέονται με τον καρκίνο του μαστού, και ειδικότερα των επιπτώσεων από επικίνδυνα χημικά προϊόντα και από παράγοντες όπως η μόλυνση του περιβάλλοντος, η διατροφή, ο τρόπος ζωής και η γενετική. Καλώ την Επιτροπή, στο πλαίσιο του έβδομου προγράμματος πλαισίου, να παράσχει οικονομική ενίσχυση για την περαιτέρω ανάπτυξη αιματολογικών ελέγχων, να παράσχει χρηματοδότηση για την ολοκληρωμένη διερεύνηση των αιτίων που προκαλούν καρκίνο του μαστού, να παροτρύνει τα κράτη μέλη να συστήσουν κέντρα παροχής πληροφόρησης και συμβουλών, και ταυτόχρονα να ενημερώνει το Ευρωπαϊκό Κοινοβούλιο για τα αποτελέσματα των πιο πρόσφατων ερευνών που διεξάγονται στον πολύ σημαντικό αυτόν τομέα."@el10
". Señora Presidenta, apoyo de todo corazón esta pregunta formulada a la Comisión por parte de cada una de las tres comisiones sobre lo que considero un tema de máxima importancia. Asimismo, quiero aplaudir la respuesta positiva de los Comisarios. He firmado también esta resolución sobre el cáncer de mama porque creo que la Unión Europea puede hacer mucho por ayudar a los Estados miembros en este aspecto investigando exhaustivamente, comparando y compartiendo las mejores prácticas, así como ofreciendo a los Estados miembros abundante asistencia profesional, material y técnica a través de los programas europeos. La principal preocupación a la que se enfrentan actualmente los legisladores y los equipos sanitarios con respecto al cáncer de mama es que cada mujer, independientemente de su lugar de residencia, condición social, ocupación y educación, debe tener acceso a un cribado mamográfico de alta calidad para recibir tratamiento y cuidados posteriores en caso de sufrir cáncer. Tenemos que mejorar el servicio de información a las mujeres, tanto jóvenes como mayores, sobre los riesgos y la disponibilidad de tratamientos para esta enfermedad a fin de reducir en última instancia la tasa de mortalidad de las mujeres y mejorar su calidad de vida y ayudarlas a regresar al mundo laboral, si así lo desean. Hay que seguir investigando las causas del cáncer de mama, en particular los efectos de los productos químicos peligrosos y la contaminación del medio ambiente, la nutrición, el estilo de vida y los factores genéticos. Pido a la Comisión que a través del Séptimo Programa Marco preste ayudas financieras para seguir desarrollando las analíticas de sangre, que inste a los Estados miembros a crear centros de información y asesoramiento y al mismo tiempo informe al Parlamento Europeo de los resultados de las últimas investigaciones llevadas a cabo en este ámbito sumamente importante."@es20
"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@et5
"Arvoisa puhemies, tuen vilpittömästi tätä kolmen valiokunnan komissiolle esittämää kysymystä erittäin tärkeänä pitämästäni aiheesta. Olen myös tyytyväinen komission jäsenten antamiin myönteisiin vastauksiin. Allekirjoitin tämän rintasyövästä annetun päätöslauselman, koska katson Euroopan unionin voivan olla jäsenvaltioille suureksi avuksi tällä alalla laaja-alaisen tutkimuksen, vertailevan arvioinnin ja parhaan käytännön periaatteiden jakamisen kautta sekä tarjoamalla jäsenvaltioille merkittävää ammatillista, aineellista ja teknistä tukea eurooppalaisten ohjelmien yhteydessä. Lainsäädäntöelimet ja terveydenhuoltoyksiköt kiinnittävät nykyisin rintasyövän yhteydessä huomiota pääasiassa siihen, että jokaisella naisella pitäisi asuinpaikastaan, sosiaalisesta asemastaan, ammatistaan ja koulutuksestaan riippumatta olla mahdollisuus saada korkealaatuisia rintasyövän seulonta-, hoito- ja jälkihoitopalveluja. Sekä iäkkäämmille että nuoremmille naisille on tiedotettava paremmin rintasyövän riskeistä ja tarjolla olevasta hoidosta, jotta viime kädessä alennetaan naisten kuolleisuutta ja parannetaan heidän elämänlaatuaan sekä autetaan heitä palaamaan työelämään niin halutessaan. Tarvitaan laajempaa tutkimusta rintasyövän syistä ja varsinkin haitallisten kemikaalien, ympäristökuormituksen, ravinnon, elintapojen ja perintötekijöiden vaikutuksista. Kehotan komissiota seitsemännen puiteohjelman yhteydessä myöntämään taloudellista tukea verikokeisiin perustuvien testien kehittämiseen, varmistamaan rahoituksen rintasyövän syiden laaja-alaiselle tutkimukselle, vaatimaan jäsenvaltioita perustamaan tieto- ja neuvontakeskuksia sekä samanaikaisesti antamaan Euroopan parlamentille selvityksen tämän merkittävän alan uusimmista tutkimustuloksista."@fi7
"Madame la Présidente, je soutiens de tout cœur cette question que les trois commissions ont posée à la Commission européenne concernant ce que je considère être le sujet le plus important. Je voudrais également saluer la réponse positive des commissaires. J’ai cosigné la résolution sur le cancer du sein car je pense que l’Union européenne peut en faire beaucoup pour aider les États membres dans ce domaine par le biais d’une recherche approfondie, de l’analyse comparative et de l’échange de meilleures pratiques, et en offrant aux États membres une assistance professionnelle, matérielle et financière importante au moyen des programmes européens. À l’heure actuelle, la principale préoccupation des législateurs et des équipes sanitaires concernant le cancer du sein, est que toutes les femmes, indépendamment de leur lieu de résidence, de leur condition sociale, de leur profession et de leur niveau d’instruction, aient accès à un dépistage de qualité en vue d’un traitement et d’un suivi en cas de cancer. Nous devons améliorer le service d’information aux femmes, quel que soit leur âge, concernant les risques de cancer du sein et les traitements disponibles afin de réduire en définitive le taux de mortalité chez les femmes, d’améliorer leur qualité de vie et de les aider à reprendre le travail si elles le souhaitent. Il faut une recherche plus poussée concernant les causes du cancer du sein, en particulier concernant les effets de produits chimiques dangereux, de la pollution environnementale, de la nutrition, du style de vie et des facteurs génétiques. Je demande à la Commission de contribuer financièrement, par le biais du septième programme-cadre, au développement plus approfondi des tests sanguins, de financer une enquête approfondie sur les causes du cancer du sein, de demander aux États membres de créer des centres d’information et d’orientation, tout en faisant un rapport au Parlement européen sur les résultats des recherches les plus récentes dans ce domaine très important."@fr8
"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@hu11
". Signora Presidente, sostengo incondizionatamente l’interrogazione rivolta all’Esecutivo dalle tre commissioni, un’interrogazione riguardante un tema che reputo della massima importanza. Sono inoltre particolarmente lieto della reazione positiva dei Commissari. Sono cofirmatario di questa risoluzione sul tumore al seno, perché ritengo che l’Unione europea possa fare molto per aiutare gli Stati membri in questo settore, attraverso estese attività di ricerca e condivisione dei principi delle migliori pratiche, e anche offrendo agli Stati membri una consistente assistenza professionale, materiale e tecnica attraverso i programmi europei. Il problema principale che i legislatori e le sanitarie devono affrontare oggi in materia di carcinoma della mammella è che ogni donna, indipendentemente dal luogo di residenza, dallo sociale, dall’occupazione e dall’istruzione, deve avere accesso a uno di alta qualità per il trattamento e la terapia riabilitativa nel caso in cui sia colpita da tumore. Dobbiamo migliorare il servizio di informazione alle donne, sia alle giovani che alle più anziane, sui rischi e sulla disponibilità di trattamento per il tumore al seno, per ridurre il tasso di mortalità, migliorare la loro qualità di vita e aiutarle a ritornare al lavoro, se lo desiderano. E’ necessaria una ricerca più puntuale sulle cause del carcinoma della mammella, in particolare sugli effetti delle sostanze chimiche pericolose e dell’inquinamento ambientale, dell’alimentazione, dello stile di vita e dei fattori genetici. Esorto la Commissione, attraverso il settimo programma quadro, a fornire un sostegno finanziario in vista di un ulteriore sviluppo dei sierologici, a fornire finanziamenti per un’indagine approfondita sulle cause del carcinoma della mammella, a invitare gli Stati membri a creare centri di informazione e consulenza e, allo stesso tempo, a comunicare al Parlamento europeo gli ultimi risultati della ricerca in questo importantissimo settore."@it12
"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@lt14
"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@lv13
"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@mt15
". Mevrouw de Voorzitter, ik steun van ganser harte de vraag van de drie commissies aan de Commissie over dit zeer belangrijke onderwerp. Ik ben ook zeer verheugd over de positieve reactie van de commissarissen. Ik heb deze resolutie over borstkanker medeondertekend, omdat ik geloof dat de Europese Unie op dit gebied veel voor de lidstaten kan doen door uitvoerig onderzoek te verrichten, maatstaven op te stellen en de beste praktijken te verbreiden, en ook door de lidstaten omvangrijke professionele, materiële en technische steun te bieden via Europese programma's. Waar wetgevers en gezondheidsteams zich momenteel ten aanzien van borstkanker vooral mee bezig moeten houden, is dat elke vrouw, ongeacht woonplaats, sociale positie, beroep en opleiding, toegang moet hebben tot kwalitatief hoogstaande screening, behandeling en nazorg in het geval van kanker. We moeten zorgen dat vrouwen, jong en oud, beter worden geïnformeerd over de risico's van en de behandelingsmethoden voor borstkanker om zodoende het sterftecijfer onder vrouwen te verlagen en hun levenskwaliteit te verbeteren, en we moeten hen helpen om weer te gaan deelnemen aan het arbeidsproces, als ze weer aan de slag willen gaan. Er is behoefte aan uitvoeriger onderzoek naar de oorzaken van borstkanker, met name naar de gevolgen van schadelijke chemische stoffen en de milieuvervuiling, voeding, levenswijze en genetische factoren. Ik doe een beroep op de Commissie om via het zevende kaderprogramma financiële steun te bieden voor de verdere ontwikkeling van bloedonderzoeken, om geld beschikbaar te stellen voor een omvangrijk onderzoek naar de oorzaken van borstkanker, om lidstaten aan te sporen om informatie- en adviescentra in het leven te roepen, en om tevens verslag uit te brengen aan het Europees Parlement over de resultaten van recenter onderzoek dat op dit zeer belangrijke gebied wordt verricht."@nl3
"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@pl16
"Senhora Presidente, apoio com todo o entusiasmo esta pergunta que foi feita à Comissão por cada uma das comissões especializadas relativamente àquilo que considero ser um tema importantíssimo. Também quero saudar a resposta positiva dada pelos Comissários. Sou co-signatário desta resolução sobre cancro da mama, pois acredito que a União Europeia pode fazer muito para ajudar os Estados-Membros neste domínio, recorrendo para tal à investigação aprofundada, à análise comparativa e à partilha de princípios de boas práticas, bem como pela disponibilização aos Estados-Membros de apoio substancial no domínio profissional, material e técnico através de programas comunitários. O principal problema que os legisladores e as equipas de saúde enfrentam actualmente tem a ver com o facto de cada mulher, independentemente do seu local de residência, estatuto social, ocupação e educação, dever ter acesso a um rastreio de elevada qualidade e, na eventualidade de cancro, a tratamento e cuidados pós-intervenção. Temos de melhorar o serviço de informação para as mulheres, tanto mais jovens como mais velhas, relativamente aos riscos e à disponibilidade de tratamento ao cancro da mama, por forma a conseguir reduzir a taxa de mortalidade entre as mulheres e a melhorar a sua qualidade de vida, dando-lhes também apoio no seu regresso ao trabalho, se for esse o seu desejo. Há necessidade de uma investigação mais alargada às causas do cancro da mama, em particular aos efeitos de substâncias químicas perigosas e da poluição ambiental, da alimentação, do estilo de vida e de factores genéticos. Convido a Comissão, a garantir, no âmbito do Sétimo Programa-Quadro, o apoio financeiro à continuidade do desenvolvimento de análises ao sangue (biomarcadores), a financiar a investigação alargada às causas do cancro da mama, a exortar os Estados-Membros no sentido da criação de centros de informação e aconselhamento, informando, ao mesmo tempo, o Parlamento Europeu sobre os resultados das mais recentes investigações efectuadas nesta área extremamente importante."@pt17
"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@sk18
"Madam President, I wholeheartedly support this question to the Commission from each of the three committees on what I regard as a most important topic. I also want to welcome the positive response from the Commissioners. I co-signed this resolution on breast cancer as I believe the European Union can do much to assist Member States in this area through extensive research, benchmarking and sharing of best-practice principles, as well as offering Member States substantial professional, material and technical assistance through European programmes. The main concern that legislators and health teams face today with regard to breast cancer is that every woman, irrespective of her place of residence, social status, occupation and education, should have access to high-quality screening for treatment and aftercare in the event of cancer. We need to improve the service of information to women, both younger and older, about the risks of and availability of treatment for breast cancer in order to ultimately reduce the mortality rate of women and to improve their quality of life and assist them in returning to work if they so desire. There is a need for more extensive research on the causes of breast cancer, in particular on the effects of hazardous chemicals and the environmental pollution, nutrition, lifestyle and genetic factors. I call on the Commission, through the Seventh Framework Programme, to provide financial support for the further development of blood-based tests, to provide funding for comprehensive investigation into the causes of breast cancer, to urge Member States to set up information and counselling centres, whilst simultaneously reporting back to the European Parliament on the results of more recent research conducted in this very important area."@sl19
". Fru talman! Jag stöder helhjärtat denna fråga till kommissionen från vart och ett av de tre utskotten om något som jag anser vara ett ytterst viktigt ämne. Jag skulle också vilja välkomna kommissionens positiva gensvar. Jag var medundertecknare av denna resolution om bröstcancer, eftersom jag anser att Europeiska unionen kan göra mycket för att hjälpa medlemsstaterna på detta område genom omfattande forskning, riktmärkning och utbyte av principer för bästa praxis, liksom att erbjuda medlemsstaterna betydande professionell, materiell och teknisk hjälp genom europeiska program. Det största problemet som lagstiftare och hälsovårdgrupper ställs inför i dag när det gäller bröstcancer är att varje kvinna, oavsett hemort, social status, yrke och utbildning, borde få tillgång till högkvalitativ undersökning för behandling och eftervård i händelse av cancer. Vi måste förbättra informationsservicen till kvinnor, både yngre och äldre, om riskerna för och tillgängligheten till behandling av bröstcancer för att i slutändan minska dödstalet för kvinnor, förbättra deras livskvalitet och bistå dem med att återgå till arbetet om de vill det. Det finns ett behov av mer omfattande forskning om orsakerna till bröstcancer, i synnerhet följderna av riskfyllda kemikalier och miljöförgiftning, näring, livsstil och genetiska faktorer. Jag uppmanar kommissionen att genom det sjunde ramprogrammet ge finansiellt stöd till ytterligare utveckling av blodbaserade tester, att finansiera heltäckande undersökningar om orsakerna till bröstcancer, att uppmana medlemsstaterna att upprätta informations- och rådgivningscentraler, samtidigt som de rapporterar tillbaka till Europaparlamentet om resultatet från den senaste forskningen som utförs på detta mycket viktiga område."@sv21
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