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Plan to attend a free upcoming webinar taking place December 11 from 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET. In this webinar, a cancer survivor, community oncologist, and research nurse will share their perspectives on the benefits and challenges of being involved in clinical trials, especially in the community setting. They will offer practical strategies and resources to ensure clinical trial access and participation, including how to effectively discuss clinical trials with your patients and colleagues.
Save when you bring a colleague! Highlights for this year’s meeting include an FDA Audit Readiness workshop and a Keynote Address from FDA Oncology Center of Excellence Director, Richard Pazdur, MD. Learn more.
ASCO, through its Center for Research and Analytics (CENTRA®), has issued a request for research ideas from its members for projects that ASCO could conduct to develop generalizable new knowledge for the oncology community. All ideas must be submitted by September 30 using a brief survey. Learn more and submit ideas.
ASCO has released an ethical framework for researchers on incorporating research biopsies in cancer clinical trials in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. The framework provides guidance on when to include optional and mandatory biopsies based on both participant risk and scientific utility, as well as recommendations on necessary steps for improving the conduct of research biopsies overall. Learn more.
This year’s meeting will take place on September 22-23, 2019, at ASCO’s headquarters in the Washington, DC metro area. Highlights include a FDA Audit Readiness Workshop and a Keynote Address from FDA Oncology Center of Excellence Director, Richard Pazdur, MD. Register and Save Now!  
Conquer Cancer®, the ASCO Foundation, has awarded more than $126 million through nearly 2,100 grants and awards to medical students, trainees, young scientists, and oncologists at all stages of their careers. A comprehensive portfolio of funding opportunities is available for various career stages. Learn more and apply today.
On Wednesday, July 10, organizations representing patients, providers, medical researchers, survivors, and their families joined together to call on Congress to improve access to clinical trials for patients with life-threatening diseases. The coalition, which is made up of 86 supporting organizations, is urging Congress to pass the bipartisan CLINICAL TREATMENT Act (H.R. 913), which would guarantee coverage of the routine care costs of clinical trial participation for Medicaid enrollees with a life-threatening condition.