A Best of MASCC Meeting is a MASCC-endorsed conference held in a region or continent other than that of the Annual Meeting. Best of MASCC Meetings feature selected Annual Meeting presentations and aim to disseminate the most recent advances and guidelines in supportive care in cancer to healthcare professionals on a local level.
Holding a Best of MASCC Meeting requires formal application and approval by the MASCC Executive Committee.
Our certification program recognizes oncology centers worldwide that demonstrate best practices in supportive care in cancer.
The MASCC Foundation has set the goal to raise up to $25,000 to fund a new Emerging Leaders Scholarship to specifically support early-career researchers. This scholarship will award $5,000 each to five early-career researchers working on promising research in supportive care. Each scholarship recipient will pursue a research project under the guidance of an experienced mentor, culminating in a publication of value to the supportive care community.
Donations can be made here or by filling out the form below. Your contribution will help fund the future of supportive care research. Together, we can help make excellent cancer care possible.
For program participation at a supportive care meeting other than the MASCC/ISOO Annual Meeting.
MASCC produces clinical practice guidelines on a variety of topics within supportive cancer care, led by our study groups.
MASCC Guideline Summary Templates: For Use by MASCC Study Groups
Joint MASCC/ISOO Guidelines:
Joint MASCC/ISOO/ASCO Guidelines:
- MASCC/ISOO/ASCO Guideline Summary Template – Document
- MASCC/ISOO/ASCO Guideline Template – Slide Set
- ISOO/MASCC/ASCO Guideline Summary Template – Document
- ISOO/MASCC/ASCO Guideline Template – Slide Set
Joint MASCC/ESMO Guidelines:
Each year, MASCC joins forces with the International Society for Oral Oncology (ISOO) to host the pre-eminent international conference on supportive care in cancer.
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MASCC study groups are focused topic groups devoted to specific areas in supportive care in cancer.