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Molecular Testing in the Community Oncology Setting

Peer-to-Peer Learning Webinars

This ACCC peer-to-peer learning webinar series explores topics related to biomarker testing. This series of webinars, originally presented in July 2015, features speakers discussing advancements and improvements in biomarker testing at their cancer programs. Access the recorded webinars below.

The Tissue Issue: Sampling and Testing

This webinar focuses on the challenge of obtaining adequate biopsy samples, addressing:

Originally presented Tuesday July 7, 2015
with Gail Probst, RN, MS, AOCN, Director of Cancer Services at Huntington Hospital, Don Monti Cancer Center

Originally presented July 9, 2015
with Pablo Gutman, MD, Department Chair, Pathology, Holy Cross Germantown Hospital, Medical Director, Cancer Institute Holy Cross Health


The Deal with Data: Collecting and Sharing

This webinar focuses on the challenge of collecting and sharing data, addressing:

Originally presented July 28, 2015
with Pablo Gutman, MD, Department Chair, Pathology, Holy Cross Germantown Hospital, Medical Director, Cancer Institute Holy Cross Health


The Future of Molecular Testing: Optimizing Efficiency Under Increasing Expectations

This webinar focuses on future challenges and adapting to change, addressing:

Originally presented July 23, 2015
with Lawrence Wagman, MD, FACS, FPCS (Hon), Executive Medical Director, St. Joseph Hospital of Orange, The Center for Cancer Prevention and Treatment

Originally presented July 29, 2015
with Randall A. Oyer, MD, Oncology Medical Director, Lancaster General Hospital


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