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HNCA Board Member, Dr. Ezra Cohen was the Chair and Featured Presenter for Symposium Held on February 14th

HNCA, in collaboration with PeerView, hosted an educational symposium on February 14th — Solving the MultiModal Puzzle of Head and Neck Cancer in the Immunotherapy Era — which was held in Scottsdale, Arizona. HNCA Board Member Dr. Ezra Cohen was the symposium chair and featured presenter; he was joined by Barbara Burtness, M.D., Yale University.

Cancer Patients and Their Pets

People all love their pets and treat them like family. They give us unconditional love and attention and are there for us during the ups and downs of our lives, including when you are diagnosed with cancer. And to honor our furry caregivers here’s a list of articles on some of the common topics related.

Jason Mendelsohn: Featured Board Member in the News

We proudly like to share the following articles that featured the HNCA board member, Jason Mendelsohn in the latest news. HNCA Board Member & HPV-related Oral Cancer Survivor featured in NBC News article See HNCA Board Member Jason Mendelsohn’s interview on this evening’s NBC News With Lester Holt segment, “Study Reveals 11 million Men Are.

Honor and Celebrate this Sunday’s Super Bowl & World Cancer Day with Healthy Dishes

Sunday, February 4th, is a special day to honor & celebrate. It’s both Super Bowl Sunday and World Cancer Day. The Head and Neck Cancer Alliance proudly salutes ALL head and neck cancer patients and survivors. We wish Football Fans everywhere a festive Super Bowl LII. Here are three delicious & healthy dishes, compliments of.

Solving the Multimodal Puzzle of Head & Neck Cancer in the Immunotherapy Era

How Evidence is Driving Practice Changes The Westin Kierland Resort and Spa Trailblazer A/B 6902 E Greenway Parkway Scottsdale, Arizona 85254 Wednesday, February 14, 2018 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Register Online Here (Held in conjunction with the Multidisciplinary Head and Neck Cancer Symposium) Chaired By Ezra Cohen, MD, FRCPC, FASCO Member – Board Of.

Your Cancer Game Plan Challenge

Are YOU Up for the Challenge? In February, we’re excited to partner with Merck on the Your Cancer Game Plan Challenge to provide new resources to the cancer community and raise funds for Head and Neck Cancer Alliance. And we need your help. Visit, choose Head and Neck Cancer Alliance and share the website.

Why Clinical Trials are Important

Help HNCA & Others Find Ways to Help You Clinical trials are research studies that involve patients, caregivers and/or survivors. Through clinical trials, doctors, researchers and non-profits find new ways to improve treatments and establish programs that improve the quality of life for people with diseases. Most commonly, clinical trials are used to test the.

HeadsUp! Honor Wall

The Head and Neck Cancer Alliance would like to thank everyone again for using the HNCA HeadsUp! Facebook frames! This week, we are sharing the HeadsUp! Honor wall, featuring all of our past HeadsUp! Tuesday head and neck cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and/or medical staff. If you wish to be featured on the HNCA social.

Having Perspective on Moments

A MOMENT DEFINED How do you capture your moments? Moments can be brief and finite. They can be good ones… like your first kiss… the birth of your child… a job… the day you found out you or your loved one was cancer free. They can be bad ones… the loss of a loved one…..

Help Us, Help You, Help Others – Importance of Clinical Trials

Behind every medicine and intervention are thousands of patients who have volunteered to participate in clinical trials. These individuals, or as I refer to them “heroes”, have helped the development of many breakthroughs in disease prevention and treatment. It is also important to recognize that “clinical research” is not always devoted to finding the next.

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NFL Pro Football Hall of Famer and head and neck cancer survivor

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