Working groups, named study groups, have been created in order to conduct clinical research or to develop some educational programs in specialized fields of supportive care of cancer.
The Resources found here are a major initiative. You will see continued growth in content and depth in all areas related to supportive care. Presentations from the MASCC/ISOO symposiums are found in the Virtual meeting but also categorized within each study group section. We endeavor to provide information in a lively and helpful manner that encompasses frequently encountered problems, and authoritative information on supportive cancer care topics found primarily on the MASCC Web Site.
We welcome your comments, support and involvement in all ways. Help bring the latest research and developments to other professionals. Contact the study group chair in the study group that you are interested in to participate.
Thanks for your support.
Study Group Highlights
MASCC Antiemesis Tool (MAT)
Thanks to all the MASCC members for their assistance with these efforts.
For more Study Group information email Anne Young at email@example.com