Advocacy Chat - Up Next: Dare to Imagine A World Where No One Dies of Cancer, CPAN Chapter Spotlight - Carolina Blood and Cancer Care Associates, Cancer News You Can Use and more. Read the entire February 2021 news bulletin here.
February 10, 2021 at 12:00 PM ET February is National Cancer Prevention Month, and the message is more timely than ever as cancer screenings drop because of COVID-19. In this Advocacy Chat, Prevent Cancer Foundation founder and CEO Carolyn "Bo" Aldige will discuss the progress the Foundation has made in cancer research and what
Advocacy Chat, CPAN Chapter Spotlight, Cancer News You Can Use and more. Read the entire January 2021 news bulletin here.
2020 was filled with many challenges for patients, survivors and providers. Yet, despite these challenges a bright light remained - interest and dedication to advocacy. Click here to read The Spirit of Advocacy 2020 Highlights from COA’s Patient Advocacy Network
Genesis Cancer Center will host a CPAN Chapter Launch Event CPAN Welcomes Genesis Cancer Center Welcome to our newest CPAN chapter! On Friday, December 18, 2020, we did a virtual launch of our newest CPAN chapter at Genesis Cancer Center in Arkansas. Thank you to Dr. Stephen “Fred” Divers, Jennifer Hare, RN, Dana Threadgill, Jan
January 13, 2021 at 12 pm ET Join the Community Oncology Alliance Patient Advocacy Network (CPAN) for a virtual Advocacy Chat on Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at 12 p.m. ET! Ted Okon, COA’s executive director, will provide insight into multiple hot topic policy issues impacting patient care in 2021. From PBM’s to drug pricing issues
Advances in medicine, technology, and knowledge have increased patients’ chances of survival, but oncology practices must prepare some patients for the possibility of end-of-life care and acceptance of death. Tomorrow at 12 pm ET, join Kashyap Patel, MD, vice president of COA and CEO of Carolina Blood & Cancer Care Associates and COA’s Rose Gerber
Up Next: Between Life and Death: From Despair to Hope Advances in medicine, technology, and knowledge have increased the chances that patients with cancer will survive their disease. Some patients will not survive a cancer diagnosis, however, which means that physicians must prepare patients for the possibility of end-of-life care and even acceptance of death.
December 9, 2020 at 12 pm ET Advances in medicine, technology, and knowledge have increased the chances that patients with cancer will survive their disease. Some patients will not survive a cancer diagnosis, however, which means that physicians must prepare patients for the possibility of end of life care and even acceptance of death. On
With over 17 million cancer survivors in the US, the November 2020 Advocacy Chat will provide insight into the perspectives on the cancer survivorship journey. Rose Gerber, COA’s Director of Patient Advocacy and Education, and Shelley Fuld Nasso, Chief Executive Officer, National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS), will discuss the NCCS’s 2020 State of Cancer