Pleural and peritoneal diseases are life-threatening. We want to change this.
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Last ISSPP Annual meeting in Los Angeles
Last ISSPP Annual meeting in Los Angeles october 2022 was a fully success event
1st PIPAC procedure in Hungary
On 17the March 2022 in Kecskemèt Hospital was the first PIPAC procedure in Hungary.
Last PIPAC training 2021 in Tübingen
Moments to celebrate the performance of the first PIPAC procedure in the world (back beamer picture: M. Reymond &...
For a patient and his family, it can be extraordinarily difficult to find comprehensive and valid information on peritoneal diseases and their treatment. ISSPP specialists from all over the world provide you with up-do-date information.
What is ISSPP?
ISSPP is a non-profit organization aiming at the continuous improvement of therapy for diseases of the pleura, the peritoneum and other serosa diseases through the promotion of research, innovation, further training and education, patient care and interprofessional dialogue.
Our mission relates to the continuous improvement of therapy for diseases of the pleura, the peritoneum and other serosa diseases through the promotion of research, innovation, further training and education, patient care and interprofessional dialogue. The statutory purpose is to be achieved by means of dialogue and cooperation among members and interested third parties
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ISSPP not only a scientific society, it is a project. One we hope will increase the awareness and the interest of the scientific and medical communities for pleura and peritoneum. We will grow, together and step-by-step, a high-quality and interdisciplinary knowledge base on pleura and peritoneum. We hope that talking together, exchanging results and criticism, standardizing measures and outcomes and coordinating research efforts will lead to better therapies of the life threatening diseases of pleura and peritoneum. Finally, it is allowed to dream that, in the long term, this new community of interest might obtain full recognition of pleura and peritoneum as organs of the human body.
A diagnosis of pleural or peritoneal disease usually has a grim outlook, but we want to change this.
Patients and their beloved ones merit honest answers.
ISSPP is committed to support top-notch medical science and education.
ISSPP aims to be an example of good governance, ethical practice and transparency.
Fortunately, efforts of researchers and physicians to cure peritoneal diseases do not stop at national borders.
Patients & Relatives
Expert articles, tips and informations on pleural and peritoneal diseases.
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ISSPP offers numerous learning and research opportunities