Sarcoma advocacy groups are an integral part of our community. SARC works closely with the greater sarcoma advocacy community, which includes more than 25 individual groups spanning a broad spectrum of sarcomas as well as subtype-specific groups. Together, we’re working to build awareness of what sarcoma is, what resources are available to help patients and their families, and what opportunities exist to support sarcoma research and clinical trial participation.
SARC has facilitated the development of initiatives such as the Sarcoma Coalition and the SARC Research Advocacy Council.
The Sarcoma Coalition is a coalition of more than 25 individual sarcoma advocacy groups from around the country working toward a common purpose: to provide resources and support for those dealing with sarcoma – from patients and their families to our allies in the research community. Sarcoma Coalition member organizations recognize that collaboration and cooperation make their individual efforts stronger.
Learn more by visiting the Sarcoma Coalition website.
SARC Research Advocacy Council
The SARC Research Advocacy Council is comprised of research advocates nominated to represent their respective organizations as members of the Sarcoma Coalition.
The council facilitates training and conducts meetings so representatives can learn about the research process, the role of research advocates, and to optimally and appropriately engage in the process of research.
Learn more by visiting the Sarcoma Research Advocacy Council Facebook page.