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Thank you for attending the AACR Cancer Susceptibility and Cancer Susceptibility Syndromes 2014. AACR is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AACR designates this activity for a maximum of 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Request for Credit
To receive CME Credit you must complete the following Request for Credit Survey. A credit certificate (for physicians) or certificate of attendance (for non physician attendees) will only be issued to those who complete the survey. Your certificate will be sent by email after the survey is completed.

* 1. Contact Information

2. Please enter your AACR ID number

3. Address Information

* 4. Please indicate your email address

APPROVED SESSIONS WORKSHEET PDF: If you don't remember which sessions you attended, please access the following link to the Sessions Worksheet PDF: Approved CME Sessions Worksheet for AACR Cancer Susceptibility and Cancer Susceptibility Syndromes

* 5. Number of Credits Claimed

* 6. Select One

* 7. Which statement best describes your practice setting?

* 8. Please rate your scope of knowledge in Cancer Susceptibility and Cancer Susceptibility Syndromes prior to participating in this CME activity.

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Knowledge Level

* 9. Activity included opportunity to learn interactively from faculty/participants?

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Please rate

* 10. Content covered was useful and relevant to my practice?

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Please rate

* 11. To what extent were the learning objectives met by this CME activity?

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Articulate how research obtained in one susceptibility syndrome can potentially be applied to another susceptibility syndrome.
Assess the current state of cancer susceptibility research – specifically Fanconi Anemia, Cowden Syndrome, TSC Syndrome, and Li-Fraumeni Syndrome.
Explain the role of chemoprevention strategies for specific susceptibility syndromes.

* 12. The speakers presented sufficient scientific evidence to support the content presented?

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Please rate

* 13. Meeting Presentations were free from commercial influence or bias?

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Please rate

* 14. Disclosure of relevant financial relationships were routinely provided?

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Please rate

* 15. Based on my participation in the meeting, I am more confident in my ability to care for my patients?

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Please rate

* 16. Please indicate any barriers you perceive in implementing changes to your practice (check all that apply).

* 17. Please rate your scope of knowledge in Cancer Susceptibility and Cancer Susceptibility Syndromes after participating in this CME activity.

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Knowledge Level

18. Please provide any additional comments or suggestions for use in planning future AACR CME activities.

Thank you for your participation in the AACR Cancer Susceptibility and Cancer Susceptibility Syndromes 2014. Your Certificate will be processed soon and sent by email.

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