New Feature Announcement!
We are pleased to share a new feature, the Burgundy & White Support Channel. You can click the Support Channel icon in the lower right hand corner of our website, and submit a message or question. We have team members available to answer your question, or direct you to the best resources. We try our best to respond back via email as soon as possible. Feel free to send an inquiry whether you are a patient, caregiver, medical professional, or student. While we can help guide you to the best medical resources, please know we cannot provide formal medical advice. We are excited for this new feature, and believe that it will continue to help us serve the head and neck community.
Stream Lectures from Home
We received a lot of positive feedback from our prior symposiums, with many requests for accessing featured presentations and lectures at home. Next year, we plan to make old (and new) lectures accessible to the public, and will provide professional development hours for clinicians. We look forward to offering this educational opportunity to the community!
Patient Support and Current Events
Visit our "For Patients" pages to find FAQs, meetings in your area, and national organizations supporting the head and neck cancer community. Stay up to date on news and current events via our "News & Events" tab.
There are many ways to give. Consider becoming a health professional mentor, research contributor, or support group member. You may gain invaluable insight into the head and neck cancer journey, and truly impact the lives of patients and students.
100% of donations and proceeds go towards the management and operations of Burgundy & White, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Founder, Board of Directors, and Advisory Board all volunteer their time to continuously improve this educational platform. Your support is greatly appreciated! Please visit our "Donations" page for more information.
After a cancer diagnosis, patients are sometimes
left with little to no information about what to expect.
Accessibility to current research and a space to share different perspectives
are invaluable to cancer survivorship" - Wendy Liang, founder (2019)