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Head and Neck Cancer Draws on the Power of Creativity
Head and Neck Cancer Support Network is a small organisation with a big impact on connecting, supporting and advocating for those affected by head and neck cancer. http://headandneck.org.nz/
What we do using the power of creativity in all its forms, really does make a huge difference to the lives of the people we work with. For example we have created a Patient Planner to support those affected by head and neck cancer during and post treatmen
You can print a copy from here October 2021 Vol. 2.pdf
or read our newsletter online here.
Our mission is to improve the outcomes for patients affected by cancer in the head and neck area.
By raising funds to support education and research we hope to better understand these cancers with the ultimate aim of
developing more effective and less invasive treatment.
You can read the decision of the Health Select Committee in response to the Petition of Diana Ayling here.
the Head and Neck Cancer Support Network is a small organisation taking on some big challenges. We work with great passion to connect, support and advocate for those affected by head and neck cancer in New Zealand. We are asking for you to help us to improve health outcomes and ensure the voices of people living with head and neck cancer are heard in the places that count.
Your donation will support our efforts to:
- connect people,
- support those affected by head and neck cance
We sell ribbons in packs of 20 for $20.00
If you would like some ribbons for World Head and Neck Cancer Day 2021 email us email@example.com
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Melbourne may be in locked down but the desire to help head and neckers remains strong.
Tracheostomy Patients, families, carers and clinicians please plan to attend
Tracheostomy Patient and Family Forum 2020
Hosted by Austin Health, Melbourne in partnership with
The Global Tracheostomy Collaborative (GTC)
A Symphony of Stories
with Inspiring Guest Speakers;
Benjamin Northey, Chief Conductor in Residence,
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
and Chief Conductor, Christchurch Symphony O
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