Novocure learns from patients, families, caregivers and their loved ones to understand and help build community for people diagnosed with aggressive cancers. Through meaningful partnerships with patient advocacy organizations, we live our patient-forward mission to prioritize patients in every decision and action. These organizations help people with cancer and their loved ones as they navigate a diagnosis and all that follows, through education, community building and other supportive services.

At Novocure, we are inspired by our patients and advocacy partners around the world in their dedication to redefine living with cancer. Each year, we participate in hundreds of events supporting cancer communities, and we collaborate with global, national and regional patient groups and professional organizations to address unique and communal patient needs. Through purposeful, action-oriented partnerships, we strive to address and advance health equity and inclusivity.

D.J. Stewart
D.J. Stewart
D.J. Stewart has a few choice words for glioblastoma, which he’s faced with defiant optimism. Now he’s joining the larger rebellion against brain cancer.
D.J. Stewart
Roslyn Singleton
Roslyn Singleton
As she faces glioblastoma, Roslyn Singleton finds strength in her faith and family.
Roslyn Singleton
Bruce Stahlman
Bruce Stahlman
Bruce and Kelly Stahlman found strength in gratitude as they raised, and then lost, twin boys with disabilities. They have faced Bruce’s glioblastoma with the same relentless spirit.
Bruce Stahlman
Justin Charrette
Justin Charrette
After his glioblastoma diagnosis, Justin Charrette was overwhelmed, physically and mentally. With help from his wife, Courtney, he is feeling stronger and more hopeful about the future.
Justin Charrette
Wade Lewis
Wade Lewis
When glioblastoma led to his early retirement, Wade Lewis put his energy into helping others affected by the same diagnosis.
Wade Lewis
Steve Davis
Steve Davis
Following his glioblastoma diagnosis, Steve Davis learned how to savor both the singular and mundane moments of life.
Steve Davis
Ira Bornstein
Ira Bornstein
Ira and Sandy Bornstein have always lived an active lifestyle. Since Ira’s glioblastoma diagnosis, they have stayed committed to doing what they love most.
Ira Bornstein
Lynn Oxenberg
Lynn Oxenberg
Lynn Oxenberg is used to standing out in a crowd. Since her glioblastoma diagnosis, she has used her influence to help others affected by brain tumors.
Lynn Oxenberg

key principles

Our efforts center on four key principles that underscore Novocure’s values of innovation, focus, drive, courage, trust and empathy.

listen
We listen to and amplify voices of people affected by cancer.
respect
We identify, embrace and are inspired by cultural similarities and differences in advocacy.
act
We prioritize trust and act with empathy.
connect
We foster relationships and strive to understand unique needs and mutual values within the oncology community.
some of our partners
American Brain Tumor Association
CancerCare
Cancer Support Community
Caregiver Action Network
EndBrainCancer Initiative
Head for the Cure
Brains for the Cure
Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation
Musella Foundation
National Brain Tumor Society
OurBrainBank
StacheStrong

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Would you like to learn more about global advocacy? Please contact us.
globaladvocacy@novocure.com

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