This webinar series covers the foundational elements of biomarker testing and application in cancer care. Topics include biomarker basics, inherited cancers, cost and coverage, laboratory medicine and tumor-specific case examples.
Learn more about the role of laboratory medicine professionals and pathologists, including a review of testing techniques and applications as well as lab-specific regulations and their impact on biomarker testing.
This webinar will provide an introduction to cancer biomarkers, its relevant terminology, and implications for cancer care.
Review of current policies and regulations that drive costs related to biomarker testing.
Deep dive into the differences between germline and somatic mutations, with case examples, and presentation of findings from the LUNGevity/FORCE patient survey.
This webinar will take a deeper dive into the differences between germline and somatic mutations and what this means for patients with cancer and their families.
To support the cancer care team in the integration of biomarkers into everyday practice, ACCC developed a Biomarker Lexicon and a Biomarker Resource Library. This webinar explores how cancer programs can use these tools, plus members of the BiomarkerLIVE Advisory Committee describe the current cancer biomarker landscape and present three case examples.
Patricia Friend PhD, APRN-CNS, AOCNS, AGN-BC, Associate Professor and Program Director, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL
Jennifer Godden, PharmD, BCOP, Co-Director, Oncology Precision Medicine, Advocate Aurora Health Care, Milwaukee, WI
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