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Spotlight On Clinical Oncology 
Saturday, August 17, 2019
Waterfront Hotel in Huntington Beach

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Annual MOASC Oncology Summit
at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach

MOASC continues to bring cutting-edge topics presented by world renowned physicians.
You will not want to miss our 2020 program!

Join The American Society of Hematology at their  Hematologic Malignancies Meeting to gain knowledge that can help you make an immediate impact in your practice. The meeting will feature top experts in the field, comprehensive clinical content, the latest clinical research, and opportunities to interact with colleagues in an intimate, small-group setting with no competing sessions. The program content will be structured as "How I Treat" presentations, which will showcase each speaker's evidence-based treatment approaches, present cutting-edge scientific data that can be translated into new strategies for diagnosis and treatment, and address what to do in cases where there is no data. For more details or to register, please visit the ASH Website.

State Prescription Drug Return, Reuse and Recycling Laws.
Pharmaceutical donation and reuse programs are distinct prescription drug programs providing for unused prescription drugs to be donated and re-dispensed to patients. Such drug repository programs began with state legislative action in 1997. To read more click HERE.

ASCO State Affiliate Representatives at the Annual Meeting - June 2019.                                 



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Since 1990, the mission of MOASC is to “ensure access to quality and affordable care for cancer patients within their communities.” MOASC has represented more than 400 oncologists in California and neighboring states and strives for ongoing success in ensuring the continued practice of oncology care regardless of the setting, thereby ensuring greater access to oncology treatments for the cancer patient.

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