ASCO published a new policy statement in JCO that asserts that, while progress has been made in raising awareness of disparities and driving research, the cancer community needs to take concrete, more aggressive steps to achieve equity for all patients individuals with cancer. ASCO President Lori J. Pierce, MD, FASTRO, FASCO, also wrote an accompanying editorial.
Learn from 22 updated peer-reviewed chapters and 90 self-assessment questions with answer rationales and references. Significantly redesigned to maximize learning, and refreshed every six months to keep the content current and attuned to your evolving learning needs.
The full findings of ASCO’s fourth annual National Cancer Opinion Survey are now available. Key findings from this year include that nearly six in 10 Americans believe racism can affect the health care a person receives and that two-thirds of Americans report their scheduled cancer screenings, such as mammograms and colonoscopies, have been delayed or skipped in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.
Take 15 minutes and help us better understand how sexual orientation and gender identity data is collected in cancer research and care as well as any barriers. Your anonymous responses to this survey will help identify gaps in data collection and care that need to be addressed to improve outcomes for patients.
The ASCO Nominating Committee has selected 12 distinguished ASCO members as candidates for open leadership positions within the Society. Eligible members can vote for their chosen leaders and on proposed bylaws amendments beginning November 5, 2020.
ASCO Symposia bring together specialists from around the world to offer educational content and the latest scientific discoveries in the respective fields, while providing ample time for networking and collaboration. Upcoming Symposia include the Best of ASCO® Meetings, the ASCO Quality Care Symposium, and more.