Hope lives here
Guided by a collective of doctors, nurses and staff from the Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Unit at Flinders Medical Centre, the Flinders Head and Neck Cancer Fund aims to defend the quality of life for head and neck cancer patients and improve outcomes through research.
The alliance between Flinders Foundation and the Head and Neck Cancer Fund is a pact of purpose, with Flinders Foundation managing and steering all donations towards the fund’s mission.
Making a difference, where it’s needed
Our efforts result in tangible change. With your support, we have powered initiatives such as:
- Innovative Diagnostic Tools: A slimline scope that can detect abnormalities in the throat quickly and easily.
- Pioneering Blood Tests: A blood test biomarker that can identify a fast-growing type of head and neck cancer that has no current screening methods.
- Equity and Access: A revamped monitoring program that can provide improved access to care for patients, even those in remote areas.
We can’t do it without you
Every year, generous staff and grateful patients across the Flinders precinct contribute to the Head and Neck Cancer Fund by donating and fundraising. Their collective efforts fund equipment and supplies, enhancing the lives of people living with cancer.
With your support, we can improve outcomes for head and neck cancers, breathing life into better research, care and treatments for the more than 17,000 Australians living with the side effects of this disease.
Join our mission today.Donate to the Head and Neck Cancer Fund
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