2013.09.03 Weekly Broadcast Email
The following updates were made to the CCCWF CCOP Research Base website for the week of September 3, 2013.
13th Annual Meeting:
The CCCWF CCOP Research Base 13th Annual Meeting will be held October 24-26 in Asheville, NC. Please visit our annual meeting website for the meeting agenda, accommodation information, and registration. Registration is available until September 23. We look forward to seeing you in October!
-Invitation for sites participating in the Statin Study (WFU, SCCC-Forsyth and Charlotte, Upstate, Greenville, University of Miami and Wichita CCOPs) and any other interested parties:
On Saturday, October 26 at 7 a.m. you are invited to attend an investigator’s meeting for the “Preventing Anthracycline Cardiotoxicity with Statins” or PREVENT study. This study will look at the effect of statins on the cardiovascular health of women receiving anthracycline chemotherapy for Stage I-III breast cancer, and is set to begin recruiting this fall.
During this session, I will be providing an overview of the study design, followed by a review of the MRI protocol. This session will be essential for principal investigators, on-site project managers, physicians involved in MRI, and MRI technicians from the participating CCOP sites. Any CCOP staff are also welcome to attend and engage in this discussion and question and answer session.
I look forward to meeting with all of you as we move closer to the opening of this protocol. See you in October.
W. Gregory Hundley, M.D.
Principal Investigator, PREVENT study
Professor of Internal Medicine (Cardiology) and Radiology
Wake Forest University School of Medicine
During the month of August, 25 patients were accrued to CCCWF CCOP Research Base trials. Congratulations to the Wichita CCOP for accruing the most patients. See the Research Base website spotlight section for further information.
There were 3 adverse events received during the month of August.
99211 AE 13, 99311 AE 3 and 97211 AE 3
They have been attached to this email and summarized on the AE page of the website.