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    Recent webinar “Making the Case for Collaboration between Oncology and Primary Care” is now available online.


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    Learn more about the award recipients.

    2023 CPEN AWARDS

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The mission of the Cancer Patient Education Network (CPEN) is to promote and provide models of excellence in patient, family, and community education across the continuum of care.


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The Cancer Patient Education Network and the American Association for Cancer Education stand together with other healthcare organizations to condemn racism and the resulting health disparities. Police violence is a public health issue. It has an immediate impact, but it also has a profound and long-term impact on stress, mental health, and other social determinants of health in too many communities today. This is the result of a decades-long failure to build equity and inclusion and to address the underlying social determinants of health. We condemn anti-Black police violence and all other forms of structural anti-Black racism, and we support efforts to combat anti-black racism in our work as educators.