Are you looking for a clinical trial in Switzerland? These must be published on the research portal and can be publicly accessed. The online portal is operated by the FOPH and can be found on the website of the Portal for Human Research , which is operated by the FOPH. Further information is given on…Read More
EUPATI Schweiz führte am vergangenen Freitag in Olten das „Swiss Patient Forum“ zum Thema Patienteninformation durch. Der Schweizer Verein der Europäischen Patientenakademie zu therapeutischen Innovationen stellt diese Diskussionsplattform zur Verfügung, damit verschiedene Patientenorganisationen sich gemeinsam für einen verbesserten Zugang einsetzen können zu verständlichen, aktuellen und korrekten Informationen über ihre Krankheit, die Therapieoptionen und die damit…Read More
An invitation to join EUPATI CH was released in February 2016, and since then, over 60 individuals, organisations, and institution and company representatives have expressed their interest. Later in 2016, on 4 October we will hold our foundation meeting to mark the official launch of the EUPATI CH association according to Swiss law. On this…Read More
Rosmarie Pfau is the founder and president of the volunteer-led, non-profit patient organisation Lymphome.ch patient network Switzerland. Rosmarie Pfau was diagnosed in 1999 with follicular lymphoma, which subsequently developed into aggressive diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL). After several chemo- and radiotherapy cycles, high-dose chemotherapy became necessary in 2006, followed by autologous stem cell transplantation. Since…Read More
Following the launch event in February this year, EUPATI CH received some press coverage in various media and diverse formats (newspaper, website news, radio and TV). Some of our partner organisations and interested stakeholders also produced annoucements and stories about the EUPATI project and the Swiss platform on their websites and social media channels. An…Read More
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