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Advocating for the Issues Important to Community Cancer Centers and Their Patients

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On March 14, advocates for community cancer centers took to Capitol Hill to speak with legislators and advocate for the issues important to them and their patients.

On March 14, advocates for community cancer centers took to Capitol Hill to speak with legislators and advocate for the issues important to them and their patients. At the Association of Community Cancer Centers' (ACCC) 44th Annual Meeting and Cancer Business Summit, Blair Burnett of ACCC, George Spurlock of Southern Cancer Center, and Randall Oyer, MD, of Lancaster General Health, discussed their experiences with Capitol Hill Day and what issues they discussed with legislators.

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For coverage of sessions and interviews with speakers from the ACCC 44th Annual Meeting and Cancer Business Summit, visit our conference page.

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