The Maryland and District of Columbia Society of Clinical Oncology, Inc. (“MDCSCO”) is committed to improving the quality and delivery of care in medical oncology in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia. We promote appropriate standards of care in oncology and cooperate with investigators conducting cancer research.

In addition, we assist in the continuing education of oncologists and educate the public, the government, insurance carriers, and other health care providers about appropriate prevention of cancer and other therapeutic options for patients with cancer.

We encourage you to join more than 250 current members in providing the leadership in our progressive future. Click here to find out more about our membership.

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Membership Benefits

Membership is Now FREE for
Members and for Allied

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The Maryland and District of Columbia  Society of Clinical Oncology now offers FREE professional memberships to physician oncologists. Click here for the flyer.

As a member, you get the following benefits:

  • Free attendance at ALL MDCSCO events.
  • A legislative voice on issues of high priority to the practice of oncology.
  • Being a member of one of the U.S.'s strongest ASCO state affiliates and representation at ASCO.
  • Representation at NCCN.
  • Opportunity to be considered for elected office and other leadership roles within MDCSCO.

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October 24 -  Annual Membership Meeting and Awards
Lung Cancer Treatment Advances, Mei Tang, MD, GBMC
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ASH Abstracts - The late-breaking abstract submission site will open October 18 and will close October 30 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific time to accommodate the results of high-quality research that was not available by the ASH annual meeting general abstract submission deadline.

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Make connections that drive hematology and your career forward.

With more than 25,000 attendees, the ASH annual meeting is the best place to connect with hematology professionals from around the world. It’s not uncommon for connections made at the meeting to lead to new jobs, research opportunities, or important collaborations that help advance the field of hematology.

But what are the best opportunities for networking at the ASH annual meeting?