The Make Sense campaign is an exciting initiative run by the EHNS, which aims to raise awareness of head and neck cancer and ultimately improve outcomes for patients with the disease. It aims to do this by:
- Educating about disease prevention
- Driving understanding of the signs and symptoms of the disease
- Encouraging earlier presentation, diagnosis and referral
As the Campaign celebrates its fifth year, our aim is to continue to build on the success of previous years, under the theme for 2017: Supporting Survivorship.
All activities will take place during the annual awareness week, 18 – 22 September 2017. Our teams across Europe include healthcare professionals, patients and third-party stakeholders. Each team works to promote the exchange of knowledge between head and neck cancer experts/other healthcare specialities and the general public.
|For more information about the campaign, or to find activities taking place in your country,please visit the Make Sense website