As Head of Oncology for La Roche-Posay in France, over the last three years Amélie Priollet has developed a new programme to support patients with cancer, particularly through suitable skincare products for their skin,often irritated or damaged from treatments. Today, she discusses her job and the challenges she has faced.
Professor Ivan Krakowski, medical oncologist at the Bergonié Cancer Institute and president and founder of the AFSOS (the French speaking association for supportive care in cancer), has been helping raise awareness about supportive care amongst hospitals, health professionals and patients for more than thirty years. An expert in his field, he explains the difference this type of care makes to patients’ lives and the importance of promoting it within the healthcare system.
A long-standing skincare player, today La Roche-Posay is committed to caring for cancer patients. Laetitia Toupet, International Managing Director of the brand, tells us about this new undertaking and explains how it helps patients.