admedicum is pleased to announce its support and collaboration with the Lymphoma Coalition on its CAR-T project, an international study to gain a better understanding of the CAR-T therapy experience of patients with lymphoma and CLL and their caregivers. CAR-T therapies are novel therapies that change many things for patients, not the least of which is their survival prognosis. And the study that the Lymphoma Coalition is conducting with the support of admedicum is intended to empower patient organizations, healthcare professionals, and authorities to better understand patient needs and improve access to these new therapies.
admedicum and Lymphoma Coalition are calling for participation: patients that have been treated for lymphoma with CAR-T therapy or caregiver of a patient so treated can participate in this study which is based on an interview of about one hour. To participate, patients and caregivers just need to fill out the questionnaire below.
And we can all support Lymphoma Coalition by sharing and spreading the information. Thank you!
admedicum aligns the needs of patients with the products and services of the healthcare industry with one goal, to develop patient-driven solutions. Founded by caregivers and healthcare industry professionals, admedicum brings expertise in patient engagement and patient access in research, development, and access to treatment, medical devices, and services.
admedicum networks the knowledge and skills of patients, patient organizations, and health care companies in Europe and the US, by combining a deep understanding of both patient groups and industry from years of practical experience.
In its mission, admedicum is guided by the common good and strives for credibility, genuine cooperation, and a sustainable benefit for all.
Lymphoma Coalition is a non-profit organization that works with a worldwide network of 56 lymphoma patient groups to share credible information, resources, and best practices, supporting one another’s efforts in helping patients with lymphoma receive the care and support needed. Together Lymphoma Coalition, patient groups are working towards equity in lymphoma outcomes across borders.