The SARC Research Advocacy Council (RAC), established in 2019, is modeled on the National Cancer Institute’s program to engage and train patient advocates to become “research advocates” across four key functions: advise, design, review, and disseminate.

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The RAC convenes regularly remotely and in person to learn and interface with sarcoma investigators, including exciting opportunities to “embed” in SARC’s current and planned clinical trials and/or helping to develop patient-facing research educational programs.

The RAC is seeking additional motivated individuals who are passionate about helping to support and drive sarcoma research advancements.

Please contact Caralynn Hampson, SARC Project Coordinator, to learn more.

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