SEER Patterns of Care Studies describe, characterize, and compare practice patterns and treatments provided for cancer in different geographic areas of the United States. SEER Patterns of Care/Quality of Care Studies (POC/QOC) are conducted to satisfy a Congressional directive (under Public Law 100-607, Sec. 413 (a) (2) (C) adopted November 4, 1988) to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to ?assess the incorporation of state-of-the-art cancer treatments into clinical practice and the extent to which cancer patients receive such treatments and include the results of such assessment in the biennial reports??. To select the cancers to satisfy this directive, the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences has been working closely with the Division of Cancer Treatment. This year?s Patterns of Care (POC) Study shall investigate state-of-the-art therapies for patients with cancers of sites: Stage IV colon cancer, Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), and multiple myeloma.
|Effective start/end date||10/1/11 → 9/30/15|
- National Cancer Institute: $509,492,447.00
- National Cancer Institute: $137,084.00
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