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What does CNCCG stand for?

CNCCG stands for Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups

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Topics Covered Include: --An Introduction to Patient Power --Case study: Online CML support groups and Novartis' Gleevec --Case study: Gilead Sciences' Preveon --Relationships Between Pharma --Case study: The Terrence Higgins Trust (UK) --Case study: Prostate Cancer Awareness Week (US) --Case study: Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups (US) --Case study: American Medical Women's Association --Case study: aging patients --Case study: American Diabetes Association --Case study: The DoD Breast Cancer Research Project --Case study: The Breast Cancer Coalition (UK) --Building Effective Relationships --Case study: Pharmacia and G.
The following cancer community partners support the Bristol-Myers Squibb Tour of Hope(TM): American Society of Clinical Oncology Foundation, C-Change, CancerCare, Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation, the Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups, Lance Armstrong Foundation, the National Coalition of Cancer Survivorship, and the Oncology Nursing Society.
Business Editors/Health/Medical Writers PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 17, 2003 Comprehensive Guide to Cancer Clinical Trials Now Available To the Public The Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups (Coalition) announces the debut of Cancer Research: A Guide to Clinical Trials, an online service designed to educate and empower cancer patients and their caregivers.
The following organizations are showing their support as partners: Lance Armstrong Foundation, CancerCare, the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship, the Oncology Nursing Society, Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation and the Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups.
Representatives of the medical research community in Minnesota worked closely with health plans, patient and community advocates, representatives of the American Cancer Society Midwest Division and the Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups, and under the auspices of the MN Departments of Commerce and Health, to develop a model program for payment of routine care costs in clinical trials.