Our partnerships focus on the development of long-term collaborations respecting the following tenets:
- Maximize the benefits to patients suffering from cancer
- Ensure complementarity of services
- Participate on a voluntary basis in collaborative projects
- Avoid service duplication
To date, CCC is delighted and proud to welcome the following institutions as formal partners:
Since 2008, Q-CROC has been coordinating a network of 16 of the most active health care institutions in oncology clinical research, representing more than 98% of the recruiting clinical trial studies in the province. The network includes over 275 investigators and 500 research professionals. Q-CROC develops solutions to optimize clinical trial participation and support regulatory compliance.
The Aim of the Q-Croc-CCC Partnership
Q-CROC and CCC have decided to use their complementary strengths to facilitate access to information on clinical research and to promote the activities and support services offered to patients. This collaboration has led to the creation of a community of practice for physicians specializing in colorectal cancer to optimize the participation of these patients in clinical trials.
La Fondation Québécoise du Cancer
For more than 40 years , la Fondation Québécoise du cancer (FQC) has been a leading provider of support, assistance and reassurance for all people affected by cancer.
Their mission is to provide practical and moral support to people affected by cancer across Quebec through services that reflect their needs.
The aim of the FQC-CCC partnership
The two institutions have agreed to the following :
- Referral of clients (e.g., facilitating access to the respective services offered)
- Participation of staff from both parties in joint projects
- Organization of physical activities aimed at the well-being of people affected by cancer
- Colorectal Cancer Canada will identify and refer patients who can benefit from the Quebec Cancer Foundation’s Cancer Info Line.