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Dr. James Whitlock
​Director
Aprile Duda

Director

Marlene Clune

Director

Teresa Hunt

President

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THE ASSOCIATION'S GOALS INCLUDE PUBLIC AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION, PATIENT AND FAMILY SUPPORT, AND STIMULATION IN SUPPORT OF RESEARCH.


  • The Histiocytosis Association of Canada is an international group of parents, patients, physicians and friends in search of a cure.
  • Histiocytosis is considered an "orphan disease" meaning it strikes too few people to generate substantial government support of research. 
  • The Association works closely with an international group of physicians, known as the Histiocyte Society who are dedicated to studying the histiocytoses. Through this partnership, more has been learned and better treatments have been discovered.

The importance of your support of the Histiocytosis Association of Canada cannot be underestimated.  With your help, we can continue our efforts in the fight against histiocytic disorders. Please consider this and accept our gratitude when making your donation.

Histiocytosis Association of Canada is a vocal advocate to promote public and professional education, patient and family support, and stimulation and support of research.

Are you committed to leading the fight against histiocytosis?  At the Histiocytosis Association, we foster strong, collaborative relationships with our volunteers. We are looking for people who have strong organizational, public speaking and leadership skills, Please contact us to learn how you can join the fight!

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For more than 20 years, Histiocytosis Association of Canada has devoted its energy to passionately advocating on behalf of patients and families affected by any of the histiocytic disorders.  Find out how you can contribute through donations and volunteering your time.


Please check out exciting fundraiser event on Sunday, August 9, 2015. (under the "Make a Difference" tab)

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