Tag: Cancer Survivor

Cancer Survivors Celebration Breakfast — Scottsdale, AZ

This a fantastic event where we CELEBRATE those who have survived, INSPIRE those recently diagnosed, RECOGNIZE caregivers and UNITE the community. FREE pancake breakfast, vendors, demos, screenings, family friendly fun and so much more! EVERYONE IS WELCOME!


Join HNCA to Find Inspiration and Hope Through the Power of Storytelling with the Newly Launched With Love, Me Program

This year, we’re continuing our partnership with Merck and Your Cancer Game Plan to help those impacted by cancer with the launch of a new program – With Love, Me. The new initiative features a series of heartfelt letters on www.WithLoveMe.com written by caregivers and cancer survivors to their newly diagnosed selves and other caregivers.


Head and Neck Cancer Survivorship Symposium Set for Chicago, July 2020

The nation’s leading head and neck cancer organizations are joining in partnership to host the Head and Neck Cancer Survivorship Symposium July 18, 2020, from 10am – 4pm in Chicago, IL. The Symposium, presented by the American Head and Neck Society and Head and Neck Cancer Alliance, along with the collaborative support of other organizations,.


IA Immunization Summit featuring Dr. Moore and Jason Mendelsohn

HNCA president and executive board member, Dr. Michael Moore and Jason Mendelsohn were featured in today’s Immunization Summit as part of the two-day conference held in Altoona, Iowa and sponsored by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Immunization Program. Speakers talked about a variety of topics in relation to immunization such as the link between.


A Celebration of Life & Hope – Survivorship Banquet

First slide details. Second slide details. Third slide details. Fourth slide details. Fifth slide details. HNCA’s South Carolina chapter held its annual survivor banquet, A Celebration of Life & Hope, on Saturday, April 13. Survivors shared stories filled with inspiration, courage, and humor. Guests enjoyed a buffet dinner, specially suited for head and neck patients.


University of Minnesota Department of Otolaryngology — Annual Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Conference – Minneapolis, MN

University of Minnesota Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery will be hosting the annual Oral Head & Neck Cancer Awareness Conference. Cancer patients, families and caregivers are invited to attend this half-day conference, including breakout sessions (with topics such as Dental Care after Cancer, Immunotherapy, and Rehabilitation topics, etc.), social and support gatherings,.


Orlando Health — Free Screening — Orlando, FL (Two Locations)

FREE First-Come, First-Served Free Screening for the Community and Team Members of Orlando Health Two Locations to serve you! Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center Downtown Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center – Health Central, Ocoee


Patel Hospital — Free Screening — Jalandhar, Punjab, India

Patients with suspicious, precancerous oral lesions will be screnning for free of cost. clinical inspection and exmaination of head and neck will be done suspicious lesions will be subjected to further battery of tests


Sweetwater Regional Cancer Center — Free Screening — Rock Springs, WY

Free Oral Screenings and Information about Oral, Head and Neck Cancers, HPV, and Prevention Strategies. Come and get information about screenings and prevention in our area, learn about local cancer treatment and resources available for other types of cancer screenings you may qualify for. Dr. Carlson and his staff will perform free oral screenings for.


University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill — Free Screening — Chapel Hill, NC

This event is hosted by The Department of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery. Who should be screened? Every adult. Tobacco and alcohol users traditionally have been considered the populations at greatest risk for these cancers. However, oral cancer cases are on the rise in younger adults who do not smoke, and recent research indicates this.


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I had no idea that HPV could cause head and neck cancer. I am an advocate for everyone I know. I don’t want them to experience what I and my family experienced because we did not know about this sexually transmitted virus.Tina O’Dell
Survivor of HPV-Attributed Stage III Squamous Cell

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