Now in its 12th year, Henry Schein’s “Practice Pink” program has raised over $1.5 million to aid in the fight again breast cancer – and ALL Cancer—thanks to your support! This year, Henry Schein Cares is once again supporting nonprofits dedicated to fighting cancer with the “Practice Pink” program.
American Cancer Society
Through our partnership with ACS, we have been able to save and celebrate lives by supporting cancer survivors, improving cancer patients’ access to care, finding cancer’s causes and cures, and increasing the delivery of healthy education and care. As part of this amazing partnership, Henry Schein Cares provides Hope Lodge guests with welcome kits that include personal care items. Each Hope Lodge offers cancer patients and their caregiver a free place to stay, when their best hope for effective treatment is far from home.
Memorial Sloan Kettering/Henry Schein Cares Women’s Health Center
The Henry Schein Care Women’s Health Center at Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Campus in Commack, NY is making a meaningful impact on the many patients and their families who are benefiting from the Center’s world-class care. The Henry Schein Cares Women’s Health Center at MSK Commack features two digital mammography rooms, an ultrasound room, and a stereotactic room to allow for interventional procedures.
Stony Brook Children’s Hospital
Stony Brook Children’s Hospital is home to the most advanced pediatric specialty care in the region, offering a full range of comprehensive medical services for infants, children, and teenagers by providing leading-edge diagnosis, treatment, and management of childhood conditions, illnesses, and injuries. Funding from Henry Schein Cares helps support their pediatric cancer program and helps to maximize the quality of life for patients. For residents of Suffolk County, NY this translates into quality, personalized pediatric cancer care close to home.
Oral Healthy Navigator Program at Cohen Children’s Medical Center
The Henry Schein Oral Health Navigator Program is designed to help young patients avoid oral health-related complications during cancer treatment. Through this program, an “Oral Health Navigator” is assigned to a young patient who is fighting cancer. Poor oral health can complicate and even delay the provision of cancer treatment. The Oral Health Navigator facilities a plan to achieve optimal oral health for each patient by working closely with hematologist, oncologists, and dentists through the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment. The program is based at the Cohen Children’s Medical Center, based in New Hyde Park, NY, a leading provider of pediatric oncology care and part of the Northwell Health System.
Let’s Keep the Momentum Going!
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of products will assist all these organizations to support the battle against cancer. To view the products please visit our website.
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