When did learning give back so much? From today through February 10th, join our World Cancer Day Challenge to earn CME and help us donate to cancer research at the same time! For every OMedLive session you attend, we’ll donate $10 to the American Cancer Society. For every CME credit hour claimed, we’ll boost it to $25, up to $5,000.
Lung Cancer CME
Get updates on guideline recommendations for genetic testing, current treatments, key therapeutic targets, and adverse effects as well as safety and efficacy of emerging novel treatment options for NSCLC.
Jeff Weber, MD, PhD an oncologist specializing in melanoma discusses the pathophysiology of melanoma. Other topics include mechanisms of response and resistance associated with existing class agents, immune response-related adverse events, and strategies for predicting response to therapy.
Invasive Fungal Infectious Disease CME
Our panel of four infectious disease experts discusses the epidemiology of invasive mycoses. The session was held on our sister site, IDCareLive.com, but is relevant to oncologists and other cancer-focused HCPs. Other topics include guidelines for an algorithmic approach to treating patients, new weapons to fight candida, mortality associated with mucormycosis, and drug interactions with azole-based therapies.
Pancreatic Cancer CME
Discuss the newest guideline recommendations with experts from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Topics include; recent FDA approvals, overcoming chemotherapeutic treatment resistance, emerging data on new therapeutic agents and the potential for targeted therapies for pancreatic cancer.
We hope you enjoy our offerings for World Cancer Day CME. Remember, any of the above four sessions can earn up to $25 to help fight cancer. You can view even more CME sessions online at OMedLive.com.
About OMEDLive CME
All our CME events are Category 1, live-online, and available On Demand after the live event for 6 months. We encourage live attendance due to the interactive nature of all our events – don’t miss out on the chance to ask questions and get expert answers. All CME events – agendas, learning objectives and disclosures are available online.
These programs have completed – to find current and upcoming programs, please visit OMEDLIVE or IDCareLive