Future of Cancer Care: ACS CAN Policy Forum in New York City
Friday, November 20, 2020 (All day)
Hard Rock Cafe Times Square
New York, NY 10036
Future of Cancer Care Policy Forum in New York City
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is hosting its annual policy forum, The Future of Cancer Care, in New York City, on Friday, November 2020. This policy forum and networking event will bring together leaders in business, cancer research, innovation, policymakers, health care delivery, and payers to discuss how we will prevent, detect, and treat cancer in an era of increasing personalized medicine.
Cancer remains a critical health problem and how we diagnose and treat cancer will continually evolve. Personalized medicine is revolutionizing cancer care and research is the birthplace of this innovation. The future of cancer is a world with more cancer prevented, improved early-stage diagnosis, effective and affordable treatments with better outcomes for patients.
Past Speakers Have Included:
Vivian J. Bea, MD, MBS, Section Chief, Breast Surgical Oncology, New York-Presbyterian, Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
Neal Meropol, MD, Vice President, Research Oncology, Flatiron Health
Cardinale B. Smith, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of Quality for Cancer Services, Mount Sinai Health System
Dr. Christopher O’Donnell, PhD is Executive Director, Worldwide Research, Development & Medical and Principal, Pfizer Ventures.
Diane Nathaniel, Stage III Colon Cancer Survivor
Jeffrey L. Molter, Director of Communications, NYU Perlmutter Cancer Center
ACS CAN is committed to ensuring that our progress to prevent cancer and save more lives continues by collaborating with key partners. We invite you and your organization to join us in the fight against cancer by sponsoring this year’s event.
Jennifer Bland, CEO, NewYorkBIO
Sandra Cassese, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties, & Chair-elect, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network board
Suri Kasirer, President, Kasirer
John Manna, Member, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network board
Neal Meropol, Vice President of Research Oncology, Flatiron Health
Jeff Molter, Director of Communications, NYU Langone Perlmutter Cancer Center
Brad Perkins, Co-founder and Chairman, Perkins Eastman
Robert Reid, Partner, Reid McNally & Savage
Ninfa Segarra, SVP of Government and Community Affairs, St. Barnabas Health System
Caitlin Tolman, Vice President, SVB
Past Sponsors Include:
Abbvie - AstraZeneca - Hard Rock Café
Hologic - Takeda Oncology
Bristol-Myers Squibb - CBRE - Celgene - CVS Health
Genentech - Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
NYU Langone Health - Perkins-Eastmam
Janssen Oncology - Kasirer - Merck - Novartis
Reid McNally & Savage - Sanofi
John Manna - Kris Kim - Peggy Silbert
Sandra Cassese - Paul Hull - Daniel Webster
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
ACS CAN is the nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy affiliate of the American Cancer Society and is the nation’s leading cancer advocacy organization working every day to make cancer priorities a state and national priority. ACS CAN is committed to ensuring that our progress on critical policy issues is achieved in collaboration with key partners. We invite you to join us in this critical dialogue and help us all save more lives from cancer.
For more information contact Shalini Vallabhan
Contributions or membership payments to the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, Inc. are not tax deductible.