ABOUT CCA AUSTRALASIA
A Peer to Peer, Patient to Patient, Caregiver to Caregiver community.
We are about coming together around a common challenge and sharing the effort. We are about building a future beyond the convenience of statistics, we must not dwell and expend energy on what we cannot control, we must find our own momentum together.
The Globally Connected Patient and Caregiver Collective
The Globally Connected Patient and Caregiver is a newer phenomenon, that has risen up from social media platforms. This has provided a unique and empowering opportunity not seen in previous medical history. As a patient and caregiver collective, we are both contributing and benefiting from real-time knowledge, experiences, and wisdom. This is not something available to the medical community anywhere on the planet, but it is to us.
Our collective is a highly targeted Information resource that is contributing to patient outcomes in real today, and it is only going to improve as technology, biotechnology, and patient education move closer together. If you are a patient today, you will benefit from being connected.
What we do
CCA Australasia centralises, distills, and simplifies the information avalanche to help equip and empower our patients and caregivers. We are patients, caregivers, advocates, and supporters working together to deliver today’s updated information and medical breakthroughs to the “Newly Diagnosed Patient and Caregiver.”
The First-line Treatment
Every Newly Diagnosed Patient and Caregiver must receive their first-line treatment at the moment of diagnosis. The surgeon/oncologist must provide a highly-targeted “first-line Informational treatment.” A CCA Patient Toolkit that gives provides immediate direction and purpose when they leave that room.
Patients are dying too soon or needlessly from a lack of specific and relevant information at the time of diagnosis. They are allowed to leave without any specific tools to move forward.
I am one patient that knows this to be exacting and true both for myself and the many that I mentor and assist. I am alive today because I benefited from the information here on this page. I must underline that there was no priority list when I was diagnosed, nor were there any known survivors. I have had a lot of good luck that lead to my success, most of which was centred around personality and information. I have sought to centralised my good luck and the experience gained into a simple yet highly target information environment to benefit of the patient and all those that matter most to them.
A fellow Patient