Driving sustainable healthcare solutions for everyone affected by cancer

We imagine a world in which patients are always at the heart of cancer care

Driving sustainable healthcare solutions for everyone affected by cancer

We imagine a world in which patients are always at the heart of cancer care

About us

All.Can is an international multi-stakeholder not-for-profit organisation working to improve the efficiency of cancer care by focusing on what matters to patients.

We believe the most effective way to create change is to give everyone a seat at the table. All.Can international’s membership therefore includes representatives from patient organisations, policymakers, healthcare professionals, research and industry.

What we do

All.Can aims to identify inefficiencies in cancer care, which we define as anything that doesn't focus on what matters to patients. Through research and collaboration, we highlight best practices and develop policy recommendations to improve cancer care for all.

All.Can patient survey

All.Can defines inefficiency in cancer care as anything that does not focus on what matters to patients – so we asked patients for their unique perspective. 

Collaboration with iPAAC

All.Can is proud to be a collaborating partner in the Innovative Partnership for Action Against Cancer (iPAAC), a joint action of the European Commission.

Efficiency hub

All.Can is gathering examples of best practice in cancer care from around the world to create a learning community and help organisations find and implement potential solutions to common issues.

Latest publication

All.Can at 4

The annual report of All.Can showcases the initiative’s achievements and milestones during its fourth year of existence, such as the establishment of the multistakeholder organisation as a legal entity, the revision of the All.Can vision and mission and formulation of strategic objectives, the definition of…

Latest blog

Early diagnosis in oncology, a key to a more efficient healthcare system

Ma. Eugenia De la Fuente describes how the findings of the All.Can Argentina patient survey inspired actions towards shortening the time lag between first consultation and diagnosis for cancer patients in the country.

Latest news

European Patients’ Rights Day – Tackling cancer care inefficiencies in Europe’s future

On the occasion of the 15th European Patients’ Rights Day, All.Can CEO Eduardo Pisani discussed inefficiencies in cancer care and what might come out of the Conference on the Future of Europe in an interview with Health Europa. In the interview, Pisani highlights that COVID-19…