Resources for Physicians, Nurses, and Patients

Collected here are easily-accessible print, digital, and video resources you can use when providing guidance or sharing information with your colleagues, a care team, your patients, or their caregivers. Updated regularly, these tools and resources provide supplemental support for the most current programs offered by Bio Ascend.

Healthcare Provider Resources

These 3 quick reference guides are meant to be used as a tool for nurses involved in the care of patients with ovarian cancer receiving maintenance therapy with PARP inhibitors in the first-line setting following platinum-based chemotherapy. A downloadable PDF is available for each of the 3 currently-approved regimens:

For each of these documents, the first page is directed towards nurses and what they need to know most about dosing and dose adjustments for PARP inhibitors. The second page is meant as an outline for facilitating a conversation with patients regarding common adverse events that may occur during first-line maintenance therapy. We hope you find these Drug Digests as a helpful tool for your practice.­

Patient Resources

Optimizing Breast Cancer Care:
The Patient Perspective

A Supplement to On-Topic Virtual Roundtable

Meet Julia Maues and Sheila McGlown, two Breast cancer survivors and patient advocates, as they share their stories about living with HER2+ Breast cancer, their fight against it, and the commitment they share in bringing awareness to racial disparities in the treatment of cancer care.

Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the Changing Care of Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma:
The Patient Perspective

A Supplement to On-Topic Virtual Roundtable

Meet Tom Tucker, 15 year multiple myeloma survivor and co-leader of the San Diego Multiple Myeloma Support Group and Leukemia and Lymphoma Society first connection volunteer.   Listen to Tom share his story leading up to his diagnosis and commitment to engaging patients in their journey with Multiple Myeloma.

Practice Points Downloadable Resource

Practice Points “New Targets, New Agents, New Combinations: Navigating the New Landscape in Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma: Personalizing the Care of Patients with Relapsed Refractory Multiple Myeloma” is an educational resource​ to reinforce key points of the associated webinar series available as a downloadable PDF.