The World Bladder Cancer Patient Coalition is a global community of bladder cancer patient organisations dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by bladder cancer. Our strength comes from our members, affiliates and partners. We would love to welcome you to our global community of dedicated bladder cancer patient advocates.
We encourage you to get in touch with us, so we can get to know each other and find ways to collaborate, exchange knowledge and for your organisation to
join our international coalition.
Executive Director of the World Bladder Cancer Patient Coalition
Member organisations are bladder cancer patient organisations, generally national in scope, focused on supporting exclusively bladder cancer patients and caregivers. They may also raise awareness, promote research and empower organisations which support or render services to bladder cancer patients and caregivers.
Affiliate member organisations, which more broadly provide support, raise awareness or promote research in cancer, without exclusive focus on bladder cancer. These may also include the organisations which have members who are clinicians or allied healthcare professionals in the bladder cancer or urology field.
We are continuously growing our global bladder cancer patient community and currently work together with 14 cancer patient organisations, all of whom are members. We work closely on joint initiatives, and collaborate on advocacy and awareness raising activities. We also share tools, information and resources collectively. Below is the full list of patient organisations who are members of our coalition.
Cannot see an organisation in your country or region? Get in touch with us if you would be interested to learn about starting one.
We are delighted to be working with a number of strategic partners across the globe. These organisations are committed to improving bladder cancer patient outcomes, survivorship and quality of life and form an important part of our advocacy work. See a list of our partner organisations below.
We are always looking to partner and connect with like-minded organisations. Whether you’re looking to become a member, start a patient group in your country, or donate your time and experience to support our work - there are a number of different ways you can get involved.