SASA exists to:
- increase public and professional awareness and understanding of Sleep Apnoea;
- promote research and the dissemination of the results; and
- provide support for Sleep Apnoea sufferers and their families.
- Sleep apnoea
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SASA exists to:
We work to improve the lives of sleep apnoea patients, their partners and their families. Founded in 1996 and funded by patients, SATA is a patient support charity run mainly by patient volunteers. As we are completely independent, we are the "Patients Voice". SATA achieves its goals through education, advocacy, raising awareness and assisting research and development.
Voluntary organisation providing information, support and advocacy for people (and their families) suffering from respiratory sleep disorders and sleep disorders in general.
TB Europe Coalition (TBEC) is a regional advocacy network of civil society organisations and individuals in the WHO Europe region committed to end tuberculosis (TB). The network aims to strengthen the role of civil society within the regional response to TB, and ensure political and financial commitments to end TB.
Our goal is raising awareness about pulmonary hypertension and providing support to patients. We are the only association for patients with pulmonary hypertension in Bosnia and Herzegovina advocating for better position of patients within our country.
A Breath of Hope, is an association of patients, doctors and volunteers that helps people with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) to get out of a condition of isolation and wants to accompany them on a path of treatment for a diagnosis that is difficult to face. The association has proactive purposes with the aim of helping to support patients with IPF and rare lung diseases, and their families. The goal is to stimulate institutions, raise awareness and support research through a path to be shared.
Our organisation was founded by a group of lung transplant recipient patients in order to support patients with rare lung diseases before and after a transplant.
Women Against Lung Cancer in Europe (WALCE) is a non-profit Organisation founded in 2006, based in Italy and networking at the European level and completely dedicated to people affected by lung cancer and their families. The main focuses are the education and the support of patients as well as awareness and primary prevention campaigns for the general public. WALCE is actively working to reduce disparities in access to diagnostics and care and to improve the extensive molecular screening, access to clinical trials and innovative treatments in Europe.
Association Pulmonary Hypertension Moment Plus Macedonia is established as a non-partisan, non-governmental, and non-profit organisation, established on the basis of freely and voluntarily expressed will of its members united to protect the rights of people pulmonary hypertension and its assisting of the city of Gevgelija, the Republic of Macedonia and beyond.
PHURDA assists in providing patients with pulmonary hypertension (children and adults) with information, psychological, legal, medical assistance in the form of medicines and medical equipment, information support before and after transplantation of the heart, lungs, heart-lung complex.
Founded by the Japanese Respiratory Society (JRS) is this major patient organisation for respiratory disease in Japan. Respiratory professionals and patients working together to for better respiratory medicine and care.
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