Explore our ACCC 2020 Impact Report, the Oncology Issues, Vol.36, N.6, and our video podcast, CANCER BUZZ TV.

Membership benefits that address your changing needs

The Indiana Oncology Society membership offers targeted resources that address state-specific challenges and solutions that help its members strengthen their practice’s bottom line and meet the daily demands of providing quality cancer care:


  • Complimentary registration to our live events, including our bi-annual conferences and educational symposia.
  • Robust advocacy support with state and federal policymakers and healthcare experts, including representation on ASCO's State Affiliate Council.
  • Free continuing education credits for physicians (CME) and nurses (CNE) through live events and accredited online courses
  • Collaborative opportunities for peer-to-peer learning through ACCCeXchange—a members-only listserv, and regional in-person networking events. 
  • Impactful educational programs through the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC), including webcasts, workshops, publications, case studies, environmental scans, and onsite learning.
  • Industry updates on the latest drug approvals, clinical trials, COVID-19 resources, and oncology breakthroughs.
  • Select member benefits from ACCC—including access to its peer-reviewed Oncology Issues journal and the Financial Advocacy Boot Camp, two sets of dynamic, online courses that address the growing issue of financial toxicity.
Current membership of IOS runs July 1 - June 30

If you have questions about your membership, please email  our Membership Department.

1801 Research Boulevard Suite 400
Rockville, MD 20850
Tel: 301.984.9496 | Fax: 301.770.1949
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I have served on the IOS board for three years and having the opportunity to work closely with legislatures and educating them on what our patients are dealing with is invaluable. IOS unites professionals to bring fresh perspectives and find new ways to help patients. It is a privilege to work with these professionals on behalf of cancer patients in Indiana.quote-right-60x60

Mary Miller, MSN, RN-BC, OCN
Franciscan Health Oncology