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Advocacy


MSHO continuously contacts legislators, provides comments to policy makers, and collaborates with payers on issues of concern to those delivering care to cancer patients.

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Education


It is important that our members are aware of meetings, webinars, and other educational opportunities specifically designed to address the complexities of cancer care.

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Research


MSHO is committed to furthering the advancement of cancer care by supporting the many organizations that provide cancer clinical trials to Michigan’s cancer patients.

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MSHO Foundation


The MSHO Foundation is a 501c3 organization which was formed in 2011 to address the growing educational needs of hematology and oncology professionals in Michigan.

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Job Board


MSHO offers our members an opportunity to share current job openings or post your resume as a job seeker on our website. Click here to view job openings, posted resumes, or to create a new post.

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Welcome

The Michigan Society of Hematology and Oncology (MSHO) is a non-profit 501c(6) corporation, formed in 1985 to address the growing needs of oncologists, radiation oncologists and hematologists in all practice settings in the state.

It is the Mission of MSHO to promote exemplary care for patients with cancer and/or blood disorders through advocacy, education and research. 

 

Health And Safety Protocols

To learn more about MSHO's health and safety protocols, CLICK HERE 

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Mon
18
2022
July 18, 2022
8:00AM-4:30PM

Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN) Review Course

MSU Management Education Center - Troy

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Fri
23
2022
September 23-24, 2022

MSHO Annual Meeting

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Grand Traverse Resort - Traverse City

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