There are 16.9 million cancer survivors in the U.S.
How will we help them?
Source: 2019, National Cancer Institute, Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences
The number of cancer survivors is projected to increase by 28%, to 21.7 million in 10 years.
Over the next decade, those who have lived 5 or more years after diagnosis will increase 33%, to 15.1 million. With an increase in survivorship comes an increased need for safe, effective pain treatments that enable and support longer lifespans.
This is such a great conference! Wonderful content.
Mellar P. Davis, MD, FCCP, FAAHPMSection Head, Palliative Care Department, Geisinger Medical System
The annual meeting is incredibly well organized.
Sharona Ben-Haim, MDAssistant Professor of Surgery, University of California, San Diego
The CPRC conference reinforced the notion that a multi disciplinary approach to meeting is a powerful way to generate creativity.
Isabelle N. King, MDMedical Director of Palliative Care, Marin General Hospital
Enjoyed the approachability of faculty. The anatomic/neuro anatomy correlation with methods was fantastic.
Cheryl Taylor, MD
This conference was great to get to know people in many disciplines.
Hailey Lankford, PA-C
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Because of my participation in the CPRC Annual Meeting, I plan to increase multidisciplinary collaboration.
Konstantin Slavin, MDProfessor of Neurosurgery, University of Illinois at Chicago
The CPRC Annual Meeting reminded me to look at the entire patient, know your strengths/weaknesses and rely on multi-modal (team) therapy/approach.
Edwin Brian Robbins, PA-C
Excellent coordination between multiple specialties.
Lenard Roy Durrett, MD, PhDAnesthesiologist | Pikeville, KY
Good variety of topics, passionate faculty.
Peggy Kim, MD, MS, MBAAnesthesiologist | Madison, WI
Well done. Will recommend conference to others!
Rebecca Desso, MDAnesthesiologist | Salt Lake City, UT
The tragic passing of Dr. Lisa Stearns
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Web Content Accessibility
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Welcome to the 8th Annual Cancer Pain Conference
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Assessment of Health Care Utilization and Cost
Assessment of Health Care Utilization and Cost of Targeted Drug Delivery and Conventional Medical Management vs. Conventional Medical Management Alone for Patients […]
We invite you to the 8th Annual Cancer Pain Research Consortium Conference (Nov 1-2, 2019)
Approaching the 2018 CPRC Annual Meeting
About 10 years ago, I admitted to myself that I was interested in treating pain. In spine surgery, that was not a […]
A Review: The 2017 Cancer Pain Annual Conference
I recently attended the 2017 Cancer Pain Conference: Integrating Interventional Pain Management and Supportive Care in Patients Diagnosed with Cancer presented by Dr. Lisa Stearns and the Valley Cancer Pain Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Role of Radiation Therapy in Palliative Care of the Patient With Cancer
Consortium member Stephen T. Lutz, MD and co-authors publish in the Journal of Clinical Oncology Lutz, S. T., Jones, J., & Chow, […]
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