Asociación Española de Afectados de Cáncer de Pulmón (AEACaP)
Spanish Association of Lung Cancer Patients (AEACaP)
- Lung cancer
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MISSION: Work to improve the quality of life of people with Pulmonary Hypertension and disseminate knowledge of it to the entire society
VISION: To be a reference at a national and international level for families with Pulmonary Hypertension and for entities related to this disease
The Aspergillosis Trust is a patient led patient advocacy group and we aim to support sufferers worldwide with all forms of Aspergillosis and to help them understand the disease and its treatments. The purpose of the Aspergillosis Trust is to promote and raise awareness of Aspergillosis in all its forms and to increase the understanding of the condition amongst both the Medical professionals and the public at large.
The main goals of AA1P are to:
ABRAF is a Brazilian registered nonprofit organization for chronic lung and heart illnesses patients with no political or religious affiliations since 2006. Its mission is to improve patients' quality of life, supporting them and their families, raising awareness of their disease, collaborating with healthcare providers, and promoting public policies for adequate, accessible treatment.
Based in São Paulo, ABRAF reaches Latin-American and Portuguese-speaking countries. Either in ABRAF’s support groups, helpline, or educational conferences, families receive information on access to social security, treatment, and clinical trials. The community also benefits from researches, awareness campaigns, and advocacy at federal, state, and local levels.
The Associação de Transplantados Pulmonares de Portugal (Portuguese Lung Transplant Association) is a Portuguese non-profit organization that intends to support, defend, enlighten and improve quality of life of lung transplanted patients. It also aims to promote the sharing of experiences and information between the patients and candidates to a lung transplant, as well as to present accurate scientific knowledge regarding this medical process.
The ADAAT association brings together families suffering from an alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency. We help patients in their health journey. We work with doctors to improve patient care and we help research.
AIB is an Italian patient association and its mission is "Help to know and handle bronchiectasis".
The Association aims to increase the knowledge of COPD and its management by patients and their families on the basis of the most recent scientific findings, in order to improve their health conditions and quality of life. It acts as an interlocutor for the institutions, to pursue the implementation of tools, including legislative ones, aimed at improving the protection of the chronic respiratory patient, promoting information, education and prevention campaigns and supporting scientific medical and pharmacological research.
The AUK-BLF Partnership will bring lasting benefits to everyone in the UK affected by asthma and other lung diseases. It is a powerful voice for all respiratory diseases for change and to get more, and better, investment in the NHS.
We aim to provide good information on Asthma and Allergy and this to patients and everyone concerned.
Astma.rs is a non-profit organisation with the main goal to give support and information to patients and their families about asthma, HOBP, allergy, and other respiratory diseases.
Dutch Association of Pulmonary Fibrosis Patients
The Dutch Association of Pulmonary Fibrosis patients is there for pulmonary fibrosis patients and their families. Pulmonary fibrosis is a rare disease which effects a few thousand patients in the Netherlands. We stimulate and financially support research into the causes and treatment of pulmonary fibrosis. We work closely together with healthcare professionals and with sister organisations throughout Europe. Together with the Dutch Lung Foundation we stand for patients with a lung disease. We believe that patients should be well-informed about their disease; it makes them stronger and helps them to get the best possible care.
Patient led and patient funded local support group for patients with respiratory conditions, family, carers and friends.
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