This year, more than 1.6 million people in the United States will learn they have cancer. With every new diagnosis, a patient's life and the lives of their loved ones change drastically. While these families must grapple with many tough questions and decisions in light of a cancer diagnosis, one issue in particular has been at the forefront of many conversations: how do we define value in cancer care?
Attendees at the Turning the Tide Against Cancer National Conference, held on October 9, hoped to answer this question by focusing on patient-centric solutions to address the cost and value of cancer care. In our Storify recap, we take a look at the day's conversation: