Continuing education credit for physicians, pharmacists, and case managers is available as listed below. Newest supplements are listed first. All supplements in PDF.
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Adjuvant chemotherapy can improve survival in patients with early-stage breast cancer or colorectal cancer who have undergone surgical resection, but the benefit from this treatment is not universal. A distinguished panel of experts addresses the advance in molecular diagnostic testing and its impact on optimal care for cancer patients. David M. Hyams, MD, FACS, presents the epidemiology of breast and colorectal cancers and discusses treatment options and how molecular diagnostics can be used to better manage patients. Cari Bruins, PharmD, focuses on the impact of molecular diagnostics on health outcomes and cost in quality-of-care initiatives. Winston Wong, PharmD, shows the value of incorporating genomic testing into oncology treatment pathways.
This continuing education program is based on an educational symposium held at the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy 22nd Annual Meeting and Showcase, San Diego, April 6, 2010. The University of Arizona College of Medicine at the Arizona Health Sciences Center designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy offers 1.5 contact hours. Release date: Oct. 15, 2010 for a period of 2 years.