With over 300,000 childhood cancer survivors in Europe, a pan- European network has been created to address all aspects of childhood cancer survivorship. In March 2008 PanCare (Pan-European Network for Care of Survivors after Childhood and Adolescent Cancer) was founded in Lund, Sweden at a meeting attended by representatives from 14 European countries. PanCare’s aims are to improve care for survivors by developing guidelines and providing education, perform collaborative research, and be a resource for research-based information concerning all late side-effects of cancer treatment. The long-term strategic aim of PanCare is to ensure that every European survivor of childhood and adolescent cancer receives optimal long-term care. PanCare is a multidisciplinary pan-European network of professionals, survivors and their families. Data obtained through this network will be available also for international collaborative studies of rare complications impacting survivorship after childhood cancer.