Cancer registrars’ work spotlighted

CRANSTON – The more than 25 cancer registrars who work in Rhode Island health care organizations were recognized last week during National Cancer Registrars Week. Cancer registrars collect and maintain data related to the state’s cancer patient population. The information is submitted to state and national cancer registries for use in research, treatment and prevention…

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