Bridging the gap in cancer care
Established in 2011 by prominent physicians: Dr. Armando Sardi, MD, FACS, Dr. Ruth Singer, MD, and Dr. John Singer, MD, Partners for Cancer Care and Prevention is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit bridging the gap in cancer care by assembling a network of people and organizations that make better treatment a reality, improving the outcomes for patients and families.
Our mission is to advocate for cancer patients by making connections, providing education, and guiding patient navigation to improve the quality and length of their life; with a focus on breast, cervical, and abdominal cancers.
Our programs in North America and South America continue to significantly increase patients’ chances of long-term survival and potential cure.
NEW PROGRAM NEWS:
Abdominal Cancers Alliance
Partners for Cancer Care and Prevention believes that lives can be saved, and the quality of life can be improved if patients with abdominal cancers have access to the best available information and get the needed direction.
We have assembled a network of people and organizations that make better treatment a reality, improving the outcomes for patients and families of those with a variety of intra-abdominal malignancies in advanced stages. This network is known as the Abdominal Cancers Alliance.
We will be the central hub that connects existing organizations, patients, and the medical community to:
Establish a central information system of resources on abdominal cancers and treatment options.
Educate the public about the importance of early diagnosis and proper treatment of abdominal cancers.
Advocate for patients and families, helping them navigate through a promising journey.
Advance and promote the work of existing organizations already making an impact.
And most importantly: to provide HOPE to patients and their families!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved toady
Together we are part of the solution.
Armando Sardi, President and Co-Founder