“As a society we should start to embrace rather than to stigmatize cancer survivors”, says Professor Bart Neyns, Head of Department, dept. of Medical Oncology, Oncology Center, Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel and Clinical professor, Faculty of Medicine, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)Brussels, Belgium.
Professor Neyns will be one of our speakers at our webinar on september 30th at 2 pm “Survivorship: Adjusting to life with or after cancer”
“The current inequalities in access to supportivecare are unacceptable. It’s time for action” , says Régine Kiasuwa,MPH PhD, who contributed to chapter 5 of the Cancer Barometer 2021 on cancer survivorship.
Régine Kiasuwa will be part of of the panel at our webinar
“There is a need for personalizedcare after cancertreatment “, says Professor Dr Anne Rogiers, Boardmember at All.Can Belgium, head of department of Cognitive Remediation Clinic, Psychiatry Department, University Nursing Center Brugmann of CHU Brugmann and affiliated with the Oncological Research Center, VUB.
Professor Rogiers will talk about this in our live webinar on survivorship on September 30th.
“Survivorship is a second chance: don’t look back, have faith, be grateful and embrace life”, says Marianne Bosman, who is a survivor herself, and part of the board of Melanoompunt
We are grateful that Marianne will share her experience with us during our live webinar on #survivorship on september 30th.
#efficiency in #cancercare is possible only when the patient is at the heart of everything we do 🙏🏾♥️