This year, NCCS and a diverse group of guest contributors will revisit the Imperatives for Quality Cancer Care as published in 1995 and evaluate progress made to date in achieving the principles proposed and ensuring that they guide the cancer care experience. Each month, we will review and discuss one of the 12 principles. We will also look forward, offering prescriptions for progress and advice for cancer survivors, providers, and health reformers. Read our introductory post for this exciting blog series and watch NCCS CEO Shelley Fuld Nasso’s introduction below.
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