January News Bulletin


Advocacy Chats - Educational Conversations on Cancer Advocacy and Policy Issues

COA's Crystal Ball for 2023
With a new year and a new Congress, what developments in cancer policy can advocates expect? Join COA Director of Patient Advocacy & Education, Rose Gerber, MS; COA Managing Director of Policy, Advocacy, and Communications, Nick Ferreyros; and COA Executive Director, Ted Okon, MBA, to learn what 2023 could mean for cancer care on Wednesday, January 11 at 12:00 p.m. ET. Register today.

ICYMI: What’s Legal About Cancer? Insurance, Employment, and Finances
When a patient receives a cancer diagnosis, questions often come up about insurance coverage, the future of employment, and how to pay for treatment. COA’s Rose Gerber spoke with Triage Cancer Chief Operating Officer Monica Fawzy Bryant, Esq, to discuss the legal and financial issues facing cancer patients. Stream it on @OncologyCOA's YouTube channel today.

Advocacy Spotlight: Amplifying the Voices of CPAN Advocates

Thousands of CPAN advocates have worked to protect community oncology for more than a decade, and each one has a powerful personal story. Some advocates join CPAN following treatment in a community oncology setting, some join as community oncology professionals, and some join to support loved ones. No matter the reason, each advocate knows firsthand the value of locally delivered cancer care, and the power of CPAN’s collective voice.

CPAN will spotlight and celebrate the efforts and stories of advocates and chapter leaders throughout 2023. CPAN will feature what led each member to advocate for community oncology, what they value about locally delivered cancer care, and the importance of organizations like CPAN to them.

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