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Since our inception in 1999, the Pediatric Patient and Family Advisory Council (PPFAC) has served as a national model for healthcare institutions. By partnering with staff members of Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center, we
help improve the patient experience and ensure patient- and family-centered care.
Do you want to share your voice and experience, guide the development of projects, and shape key decisions that affect the patient care and family experience at Dana-Farber? Learn more and contact us today.
Mark's daughter was two when she became a patient at the Jimmy Fund Clinic. Mark feels strongly that every family going through cancer treatment should be able to make informed decisions and be active partners with their care team.
Meghan walked alongside her brother Matt through a decade of treatment at the Jimmy Fund. Meghan joined the Pediatric PFAC to contribute to the ongoing work of supporting and advocating for patients and families as they experience childhood and adolescent cancer. Meghan is interested in equitable care and outcomes for all patients, and in helping patients and families to tell the stories of their cancer journey.
Learn about the Adult Patient and Family Advisory Council (APFAC)
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