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Supportive Care Makes Excellent Cancer Care Possible
Learn about MASCC and how we are leading supportive care in the 21st century

Adelaide 2016
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The journal Supportive Care in Cancer (SCC), published by Springer, is the official journal of MASCC. It aims to provide its members as well as all other interested individuals, groups and institutions with the most recent scientific and social information on all aspects of medical, surgical, nursing and psychosocial supportive care in cancer patients in all stages of their disease, supplementing or substituting basic cancer treatment.


 

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 Professor Li Zhang Appointed to MASCC Board of Directors

Preview the preliminary Scientific Program for Copenhagen 2015

MASCC seeks Project Manager for the MASCC Annual Meeting

 Dr. Dorothy Keefe on Symptom Science and Supportive Care

Diagnostic and Management Practices for Oral Chronic Graft-Versus-Host Disease (cGVHD)

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 CME from Medscape - Updates on the Management of CINV from the 2014 June Congresses CME/CE*

 Paz Fernandez-Ortega Receives EONS Lifetime Achievement Award

MASCC/ISOO 2016 Annual Symposium comes to Adelaide, Australia!

Featured Interview Videos and Articles from Miami Meeting 2014

 Miami photo gallery is now available for viewing! >>See your picture! 

 2014 Annual Meeting Webcasts are now open to the public

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MASCC seeks Project Manager for the MASCC Annual Meeting

Two research fellow positions in Palliative Medicine in Oncology are available at Trinity College Dublin. >> Read More

A post-doctoral research fellowship in cancer supportive care is available in the Department of Pharmacy, National University of Singapore. >> Read More

ONGOING SURVEY
Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behaviors of Healthcare Professionals Regarding Dietary Supplements

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