Mucositis


Leadership
CHAIR
Sharon Elad, DMD, MSc
USA
  VICE-CHAIR
Paolo Bossi, MD
Italy
  VICE-CHAIR
Karis Kin-Fong Cheng, PhD, RN
Singapore

 

>> How to Join
To join a Study Group, login to your account, and click the Manage My Account/Profile.  Scroll down to your profile data and select "Edit". Then select the study group as one of your three Study Group selections. Click SAVE.

To join a Subgroup, you must be a member of the parent Study Group. Login to your account, and click Manage My Account/Profile.  Scroll down to your profile data and select "Edit". Then select the subgroup. Click SAVE.
Subgroups do not count toward your three Study Group selections.
>> More information or to contact Study Group/Subgroup leadership
To contact a Study Group or Subgroup Leader, search for their name in the member directory.
For more information or questions, contact the MASCC office at [email protected].

Mucositis Study Group Member Testimonials

Read what Mucositis Study Group members have to say about MSG - Testimonials


Mission and Goals

The Mucositis Study Group's major goal is to improve outcomes of patients experiencing oral and gastrointestinal mucositis associated with anticancer therapies. This Study Group works closely with the International Society of Oral Oncology (ISOO). Our objectives are to improve the design and conduct of clinical investigations, disseminate up-to-date educational information regarding mucositis, and serve as a resource for investigators in basic science, clinical, and health services research, as well as for industrial collaborators, clinicians, and patients.


Mucositis Guidelines

•  Mucositis Main Guidelines Publications and Guidelines Summary


Patient Education

•  Patient education materials developed by the MASCC Mucositis Study Group. These can be downloaded by clinicians for distribution to patients as needed.


Study Group News

Visit our Mucositis News section.


Related Links

The National Cancer Institute provides information on Oral Mucositis for both professionals and patients, with Spanish translations of both.

 

Last Updated on Saturday, June 19, 2021 07:13 AM