By Eric B. Kmiec, PhD
CRISPR, a gene editing tool, has entered the scientific arena and public discourse at an astounding speed. Eric B. Kmiec, PhD, director of the Gene Editing Institute at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute, discusses the emergence of gene editing, how it can be utilized as a tool in the battle against cancer, and the challenges facing its transition from bench to bedside.
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Discover the Latest in Oncology Business, Technology, Quality, and Policy at the ACCC 45th Annual Meeting
As the oncology landscape continues its rapid evolution, the As the oncology landscape continues its rapid evolution, the ACCC 45th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit in Washington, D.C., provides oncology care professionals with a unique opportunity to discuss the most pressing issues facing cancer care. Cancer care leaders from around the country—healthcare executives, business leaders, and multidisciplinary providers—will come together to discuss key issues facing today’s cancer programs and practices.
On March 20, attend one of our pre-conference events. The Radiation Oncology and Surgical Oncology Pre-Conferences will explore forward-thinking strategies to strengthen your programs and practices. Or you can attend Capitol Hill Day to meet with legislative staff from your state and advocate for meaningful policies that will benefit patients and providers. These events are FREE with your AMCCBS registration.
On March 21–22, experience two days of inspired learning about the challenges facing oncology professionals today. Through breakout sessions, featured panels, case studies, and Deep Dive Workshops, you’ll come away with new information and practical approaches to improving cancer care delivery. Read our agenda for more.
Also on March 22, the ACCC Oncology Care Model Collaborative Workshop brings together representatives from OCM-participating practices to share their challenges and solutions. Learn from your peers how best to meet requirements and continue the transformational changes that the OCM has generated. The OCM Collaborative Workshop is FREE with your Annual Meeting registration.