NCCN


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AcronymDefinition
NCCNNational Comprehensive Cancer Network
NCCNNorth Carolina Center for Nursing (Raleigh, NC)
NCCNNevada County Community Network
NCCNNational Council of Churches of Nepal (Nepal)
NCCNNorth Coast and Cascades Network (US NPS)
NCCNNorth Coast Clinics Network (California)
NCCNNorth Carolina Conservation Network (environmental group)
NCCNNational Conference on Computer Networks
NCCNNew Covenant Church Nelspruit (South Africa)
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It is part of our mission and aligns perfectly with the goals of the NCCN Foundation.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network([R]) (NCCN([R])), with support from the NCCN Foundation and the LIVESTRONG Foundation and through collaboration with Critical Mass: The Young Adult Cancer Alliance (Critical Mass), announces the availability of the NCCN Guidelines for Patients([R]): Caring for Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA).
The NCCN Compendium is widely recognized as the authoritative resource concerning the appropriate use of oncology drugs and biologics," said William T.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network([R]) (NCCN([R])) Affiliate Research Project (ARP), developed by the NCCN Oncology Research Project (ORP), has qualified Norton Cancer Institute, a community-based affiliate of Moffitt Cancer Center--one of the 21 NCCN Member Institutions.
The NCCN Guidelines are widely recognized as the standard for clinical policy in oncology in the United States and increasingly internationally," says William T.
The NCCN Guidelines([R]) are created by multidisciplinary panels of cancer experts from NCCN Member Institutions and feature algorithms or "decision trees" that address every appropriate management option from initial work-up throughout the course of the disease.
23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, Lung Cancer Alliance (LCA), the only national organization devoted solely to patient support, community outreach and advocacy for all those living with or at risk for lung cancer, congratulated the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) on its release of "The NCCN Guidelines for Patients: Lung Cancer ," updated treatment guidelines for those diagnosed with lung cancer.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network([R]) (NCCN([R])) today announces the availability of the NCCN Biomarkers Compendium[TM], a tool developed to identify how biomarkers are appropriately used to screen, diagnose, monitor, and provide predictive or prognostic information to ensure, ultimately, that patients with cancer have access to appropriate testing.
In addition, MOSAIQ also will provide active access to the NCCN Drugs & Biologics Compendium(TM), which delineates uses of drugs and biologics in the care of patients with cancer, listing FDA-approved disease indications as well as off-label recommendations for use, and to the NCCN Chemotherapy Order Templates(TM).
Anchored in clinical quality and evidence-based medicine, Value Pathways powered by NCCN will build upon The US Oncology Network's Level I Pathways and help patients receive the highest-quality care with the best opportunity for positive outcomes, while also recognizing the importance of value in determining appropriate treatment options.
The patient guidelines are the result of a collaborative effort between NCCN and ACS and are derived directly from the professional oncology practice guidelines developed for physicians by the NCCN.
The NCCN ORP is pleased to announce the funding of these five new studies, as a result of the Tivozanib Request for Proposals," said Diane Paul, MS, RN, Vice President, NCCN ORP.