Our commitment to Patients and Caregivers:
We are privileged to be able to in partnership with the following patient advocacy groups who provide crucial support to patients with oral and head and neck cancer. We understand the importance of listening to patients in order to better understand their needs.
Corasso is a French association that supports and informs people affected by Head and Neck cancer. They help patients during their treatment and when the remission is possible teach them how to live with severe functional and aesthetic consequences. Actives members are also working to support research and contribute to a better quality of life for patients and their loved one.
To find out more and access their ressources: corraso.org
CORASSO PATIENT ADVOCACY VIDEO
Video in collaboration with the Corasso association
SPOHNC (Support for People with Oral and Head and Neck Cancer)
It is a nonprofit organization involved in the development of programs of support. It is dedicated to raising awareness and meeting the needs of oral head and neck patients through its resources and publications. It has had an enormous positive impact on meeting the psychosocial needs of patients as well as preserving, restoring, and promoting physical and emotional health. This association has over 125 chapter throughout the United States and continues to grow.
To find out more and access their resources: spohnc.orgRead our article on “Exploring Innovation in Cancer Therapy with Nanophysic” as published in the SPOHNC newsletter here .
HNCA (Head and Neck Cancer Alliance)
The mission of HNCA is to advance prevention, detection, treatment and rehabilitation of oral, head and neck cancer through public awareness, research, advocacy and survivorship. Through united and collaborative efforts, HNCA provides support to head and neck cancer patients throughout the year, supports ongoing research in head and neck oncology and educates children and adults in the disease process, treatment and prevention of oral, head and neck cancers. To find out more and access their resources: headandneck.org