Cancer52 works closely with a number of other organisations within the cancer community, some in Europe, and has joined other groups where we have aims in common.
The organisations with which we work include:
It is data from cancer registries that tells us how many people are diagnosed with cancer, what treatments they have, how long they live, and whether this is getting better or worse. This information can then be used to help plan cancer services and identify where further progress is needed in order to improve the lives of all people affected.
Working with Cancer52 offers a unique opportunity to access the expertise and knowledge gained through the relationships Cancer52 enjoys with its member organisations, many of which, due to small size, are very close to patients in their field.
Cancer52 brings these organisations together into a single voice for people with rare and less common cancers which is heard at the highest level of cancer policy and influencing.
Cancer52 seeks donations from its members as well as financial support from outside its membership.
Since the beginning of 2018, Cancer52 has received support from the organisations shown and we are very grateful for their support.