The Patients' Project's voice is authentic, based on experience, and unbiased. We have an editorial staff that is knowledgeable, astute and keen-eyed; backed by the physicians we work with, we create memorable projects that explain medical issues in easily understood, simple language. We look to develop information that is informative, engaging, personally relevant, emotionally resonant, and motivating.
We are proud to say that Zebra Talk, displayed in the gallery below, went 'viral' in the neuroendocrine tumor community. The first printing was spoken for before we received it. The third printing has been distributed, and we're working on the 2015 edition.
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You're probably wondering why this page is included on a site that is all about health literacy.
Executive Director Suzi Garber was so grateful at having had life-saving cancer surgery by the team in New Orleans, that she wrote her story and included it with information about the NOLA NETs clinical practice and called the handbook "I have what"? After several printings she realized she was on to something - if this rare cancer community needed information that was practical and "vetted" by experienced patients, so would other communities.
We specialize in crafting messages and designs that are informative, inviting, and memorable. We work with clinical practices, support groups, medical nonprofits, disease-specific associations. and foundations.