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  • Register Today: 2 Part Webinar on FDA Audit Readiness

    Register today for this free 2-part webinar on FDA audit readiness, which will take participants on a journey through the FDA inspection process. The goal of the webinars is to share experiences to make FDA inspections less daunting. This activity is approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ and nursing continuing education credits.

    FDA Audit Readiness Part 1: Reflections from the FDA and a Principal Investigator: February 13th, 2020 2:00-3:00 PM, ET

    FDA Audit Readiness Part 2: Site Readiness using the ASCO FDA Audit Readiness Toolkit: March 10, 2020 1:00 - 2:00 PM, ET

  • ICYMI: Offering clinical trials can make a difference: Patient and care team perspectives

    The Oncology Nursing Society and the ASCO RCF held a joint webinar on December 11, 2019. In this free webinar, a cancer survivor, community oncologist, and research nurse shared their perspectives on the benefits and challenges of being involved in clinical trials, especially in the community setting. They offered practical strategies and resources to ensure clinical trial access and participation, including how to effectively discuss clinical trials with your patients and colleagues. Stay tuned for information on how to access the webinar recording.
  • Call for Stories: Medicaid Clinical Trial Coverage

    ASCO continues to strongly support the CLINICAL TREATMENT Act, H.R. 913, which would require Medicaid to cover the routine costs of care for patients with life threatening conditions who are enrolled in clinical trials.

    ASCO is calling for stories that you or your practice may have related to the denial of clinical trial coverage for patients under Medicaid or patients covered by Medicaid that have been successfully enrolled in a clinical trial. 

    Please use the ACT Network to learn more and share your stories.