The Cancer Advocacy Coalition of Canada's vision for the cancer system is to provide an effective, comprehensive, evidence-based cancer system that offers Canadians the best chances for preventing and treating this disease, and addresses the emotional, physical and financial needs of patients and survivors.
You may also want to regularly visit their website (www.canceradvocacy.ca) as they provide updates on multiple myeloma treatments, drug approvals, etc. The CACC is Canada’s only full-time, registered, non-profit cancer group dedicated exclusively to advocacy. The CACC is not a charity and operates on unrestricted grants from sponsors based on guidelines that ensure the organization’s autonomy. The CACC publishes Canada’s only independent evaluation of cancer system performance, the annual Report Card on Cancer in Canada. The Board of Directors is comprised of unpaid volunteer oncologists, health sector executives and patient advocates from across the country.
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Myeloma Canada is affiliated with the International Myeloma Foundation, the world's oldest and largest myeloma organization
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