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CANCER BUZZ Podcast

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The CANCER BUZZ podcast features fresh perspectives on hot topics in oncology care delivery. CANCER BUZZ is where stakeholders from the front lines of care to the C-suite, from research to the registry, from chairside to benchside, talk about top-of-mind questions and real-world impact.

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Miami Cancer Institute shares their unique approach to helping patients with cancer understand why biosimilars may be their best—and most cost-effective—option for treatment.
Learn about the importance of reaching diverse populations with clinical trials where they live and how one clinical trial has prioritized community engagement.
Learn about the role of financial navigation in helping patients and providers understand the options available to patients in need of biomarker testing.
Learn how the Livestrong Cancer Institutes and Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin are reaching out to young women in high school to generate interest in oncology.
Learn about dermatology’s role in the cancer care continuum and how cancer teams can better integrate dermatology into the immunotherapy care process.
We look at recent adaptations in oncology—and how some of these changes can actually make cancer care stronger moving forward.
We look at the latest data on the effects of COVID-19 on cancer practices and explore how you can adapt to changes in oncology business.
Learn how surgical oncology has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and how programs are adapting to fluctuations in staff availability and patient volume.
Learn about the ways cancer programs are working to reduce drug waste and curb the rising cost of cancer care.
Learn how some cancer programs are finding creative ways to engage patients and adapt screening programs during these difficult times.
Laura Holmes Haddad shares how her battle with breast cancer changed her perception of the resources available to younger adults with cancer, and what cancer programs can do to meet their needs.
Krista Nelson, ACCC President 2021-22, shares how Providence Cancer Institute has made staff resiliency and morale a priority during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about Ochsner Cancer Center’s testing strategy for COVID-19 and how you can adapt their guidance when establishing your own testing protocols.
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.
We discuss the personal protective equipment (PPE) shortages that cancer programs face, and how one program has taken creative steps to get what they need.
Learn how two cancer programs used a unique quality improvement model to improve care for lung cancer patients who are uninsured or on Medicaid.
Learn how Nebraska Medical Center treats patients with cancer in the same institution where the most serious COVID-19 patients receive treatment at the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit.
Learn about the mental health implications of treatment with cancer immunotherapy, and how cancer care providers can better integrate mental health awareness into the IO care continuum.
Learn how cancer programs can quickly and securely establish telemedicine platforms to continue delivering quality care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Discover how the coronavirus has affected cancer care in New York City, and how one health system has adapted to meet these challenges.
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The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author(s)/faculty member(s) and do not reflect the official policy or position of their employer(s) or the Association of Community Cancer Centers.