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PEOPLE took a learning session on supportive care

Your guide to



Embrace the power of supportive care to improve quality of life during cancer treatments.


For every learning session completed, 1 € will be donated to UICC or to a local association.

(up to 100,000 €)

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people took a learning session in supportive care

La Roche-Posay is proud to donate €1 to the Union for International Cancer Control for each completed training.


what is supportive care?

Supportive care in cancer is the prevention and management of the adverse effects of cancer and its treatment. Supportive care aims to improve the quality of rehabilitation, secondary cancer prevention, survivorship, and end-of-life care.

Definition by AFSOS/MASCC​

Supportive care is about treating the patient, whilst oncology is treating their cancer.

Andrew Davies, MD FRCP


of cancer patients* confirmed supportive care helped in the management of their disease

*Buiret, G., et al. (2022). Prevalence of radiotherapy, chemotherapy and access to supportive care in cancer in Brazil, China, France, Russia and the USA. European Journal of Cancer Care, e13636

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to become a Supportive Care Advocate


Mental Health & Work

How to deal with the psychological impact of a cancer diagnosis.


skin, hair & Nails

How to manage the side effects of treatments on skin, hair and nails.

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of patients* undergoing cancer treatment experience skin-related side effects, which can negatively impact treatment compliance.


our mission

At La Roche-Posay, our mission is to improve quality of life through healthy skin. As skincare experts, we recognize the importance of skin health during cancer treatment. But when it comes to supportive care throughout the full cancer journey, skin health is only one part of the equation, the whole life is affected. 

This is why we have partnered with the Union for International Cancer Control to raise the issue of supportive care, and specifically worked with the Multina MASCC to develop this online resource to provide everyone impacted by a cancer diagnosis with necessary information on supportive care, from the patient to the caregiver, and relatives. 

*Charles C, et al. Impact of cutaneous toxicity associated with targeted therapies on quality of life. Results of a longitudinal exploratory study. Bulletin du Cancer. March 2013;100(3):213-22

our Partners

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The Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) is an international, interdisciplinary organization dedicated to the practice, education and research of supportive care in cancer.

*Multinational association of supportive care in cancer (MASCC)


AFSOS is dedicated to improving training, practice, and research in supportive cancer care and to promoting knowledge and implementation of supportive care.

*Association Francophone des Soins Oncologiques de Support (AFSOS)

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UICC's mission is to unite and support the cancer community to reduce the global cancer burden, to promote greater equity, and to ensure that cancer control continues to be a priority in the world health and development agenda.

*Union of International Cancer Control (UICC)