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Network News

The Network has a new Board for the 2019/20 year. Diana Ayling (Chair), Heather Anderson (Secretary), and Board Members, Monica Koia, Brian Sheppard, and Gaynor Anderson. We elected to change the name of the “Committee” to “Board” and to allow online voting for any meeting of members. You can access the Minutes of the AGM…

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 Only one immunotherapy drug is approved and funded for people affected by head and neck cancer. Two drugs have been approved by MedSafe and are waiting for funding from Pharmac. The development of immunotherapy treatments will explode in the next ten years. We want people affected by all forms of cancer to have the best possible treatment, care and support. Read on...
 
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This week our Network News is all about our Network. The AGM is to be held Monday 6 May at 6pm at Domain Lodge, Grafton, Auckland. Please check the details on our website. Patients, friends and family are most welcome to attend. It is an opportunity for members and prospective members to get together to discuss the performance of the Network over the year, and to plan for the year ahead. …

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Stand with our brothers and sisters affected by lung cancer. More New Zealand die of lung cancer than any other cancer. Sufferers are often stigmatised by smoking, when most have never smoked. The Lung Cancer Foundation are looking for support for their petition to have lung cancer declared a health priorty and to approve additional budget for Pharmac to fund lung cancer…

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Health and Disability Survey

We are intending to make a submission on the current state of the New Zealand health and disability system. We will collate all your responses and present them to the Review. Submissions from organisations are powerful. We intend to advocate for the best treatment, care and support for people affected by head and neck cancer. If you wish to share your thoughts you can do so by accessing our survey here.…

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Happy with your treatment experience?

Please share your thoughts on your recent treatment experience. This can be at any stage of your cancer journey, pre treatment, treatment, post treatment, and survivorship. 

You can take our survey as many times as you like, and we encourage you to have your family/whanau and carers share their thoughts as well. Click the link to share your thoughts.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PatientNZ

 

 

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