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Savory Fall Recipe with Cancer Fighting Ingredients – Sweet Potato Apple Soup

Have you ever visited the website Eat to Beat Cancer at www.eattobeat.org? What a great resource to teach you how to incorporate cancer fighting ingredients into your daily meal planning.   Did you know sweet potatoes are part of the Morning Glory family?   Did you know sweet potatoes and yams are not the same thing?   The Eat to Beat Cancer website provides a wealth of…

Posted on Oct. 27, 2017 in From Our Perspective

Come See Us At the GATRA Meeting

Come see us in Georgia next week! Registry Partners will be exhibiting at the Georgia Tumor Registrars Association Annual Meeting When: November 6-9, 2017 Where: Middle Georgia State University, Macon, GA Please stop by and learn more about “Building a Brighter Future” with Registry Partners and take a moment to “Register to Win” a Visa Gift Card!

Posted on Oct. 27, 2017 in News & Events

Consultant Spotlight: Pamela Marshall, RN, BSN – Senior Project Manager, Pediatric Registry Services

Pamela (Pam) Marshall, RN, BSN, serves as a Senior Project Manager for Registry Partners Quality Division, Pediatric Services. Prior to joining Registry Partners, Pam served as the VPS Site Coordinator at Texas Children’s Hospital for two and a half years managing the VPS data collection process for PICU and CVICU, training new VPS data collectors and serving as a member of the Critical Care Quality Team….

Posted on Oct. 26, 2017 in Consultant Spotlight

Recap of the Minnesota Cancer Registrars Association and Wisconsin Cancer Registrars Association 2nd Annual Regional Conference

Recap of the Minnesota Cancer Registrars Association and Wisconsin Cancer Registrars Association 2nd Annual Regional Conference Bloomington, Minnesota October 12 – 13, 2017 Submitted by Jackie Ruby, BA, CTR – The first day of the MCRA/WCRA Regional Meeting focused on changes in the 8th Edition AJCC Cancer Staging Manual for prostate, lung and breast cancer primary sites. Some highlights included using prognostic stage instead of anatomic…

Posted on Oct. 26, 2017 in News & Events