In May 2019, ACCC and SITC hosted a by-invitation Joint Immuno-Oncology Policy Summit in Washington, D.C. The interdisciplinary discussion focused on next steps in advancing immunotherapy for cancer with a focus on three areas: telehealth, CAR T implications, and care coordination and workforce issues. In this video, summit participants Sarah Murawski, MPAS, PA-C, Hematology/Oncology, Stem Cell Transplant, Cellular Therapy Nocturnist, Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center, and Robert Richards, MBA, Administrative Director, Cell Therapy and Transplant, Penn Medicine, UPenn Health System, talk about the future of CAR-T therapy, the need for adequate reimbursement for CAR T, and the potential role telehealth may play in expanding access to this promising new therapy.
Learn about the latest promising breakthroughs in immunotherapy, the challenges facing their widespread use, and what your cancer team needs to know about the future of cancer treatment.
SARS-CoV-2 and the resulting respiratory tract infection COVID-19 has upended our society and forcefully changed the way we care for patients. Since the emergence of the virus in early 2020, there have been questions surrounding the risk posed to patients with a cancer diagnosis and the safety of anticancer therapies.
Learn about dermatology’s role in the cancer care continuum and how cancer teams can better integrate dermatology into the immunotherapy care process.
We explore how immunotherapy clinical trials have been affected by the pandemic and what cancer programs can do to safely and effectively administer clinical trials.