Help The Cancer Patients

Solving cancer health disparities through new value-based care models

About Us

No One Left Alone aims to address health disparities and improve access to care by carrying out research, education and recommend steps to bring healthcare equity

The No One Left Alone Foundation (the "Foundation") is a North Carolina not for profit 501C3 corporation. We raise funds for our activities through appeals to institutions, foundations, and individuals in the private sector – including pharmaceutical manufacturers, diagnostic laboratories, other corporations, and institutions involved in manufacturing and distribution of healthcare products. We are here to address cancer health disparities and promote population health amongst our aims.

More About
We Love To Help Cancer Patients

Why this is important?

Cancer health disparities are one of the foremost public health challenges in the United States. Racial and ethnic minority populations are among the most vulnerable U.S. population groups experiencing severe disparities when it comes to treatment for cancer. Although there has been some success in reducing cancer incidence and health disparities, the overall cancer death rates among racial and ethnic groups are less pronounced now than they have been in the past two decades.

Our Goal

Improve SDoH Data Collection

Mandate the collection and reporting of key data elements to better understand the sub-populations and their health outcomes

Improve Access to Cancer Care

Increase access to cancer screening. Extend clinic availability, including after hours and weekends. Reduce financial toxicities

Improve Access to Testing and Therapies

Include appropriate biomarker testing. Leverage biomarker findings to select most appropriate treatment options. Lower costs though the use of generics and biosimilars

Increase in Clinical Trial Participation

Identify community clinics serving these patient populations. Provide customized patient materials to increase participation. Leverage real world evidence studies to better understand the impact of disparities on patient outcomes.

Our Pillar

Kashyap Patel, MD is the CEO of Carolina Blood and Cancer Care Associates. He has a practice with 8 providers. He is the President for the Community Oncology Alliance. He interacts regularly with the US congress and Senate as well as White House on healthcare policy related issues for cancer patients. He is a consultant Medical Director for the Blue Cross Blue Shields of SC. He is also the Medical Director of the International Oncology Network. He is the author of a book published by the Penguin Randomhouse India,