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December 05, 2011 (Post Falls, ID)

CHAMPS’ Mary Marshall presents at Kootenai Cancer Center

On December 5, CHAMPS Oncology Cancer Registry Specialist Mary Marshall spoke to a Women’s Wellness group at the Kootenai Cancer Center of Post Falls, Idaho.

Her presentation highlighted the importance of data and documentation in combating cancer. To download Marshall’s full presentation on the topic, click here.

Marshall has been in the cancer registry for over 17 years, working as an oncology data coordinator for the last seven years prior to joining the CHAMPS Oncology team. In her role as a Cancer Registry Specialist, Marshall regularly speaks to cancer support groups and other community groups interested in learning what a Cancer Registry is. She provides them with handouts, statistics and offers them the opportunity to ask questions throughout the interactive presentation.

Marshall is passionate about the cancer registry field and the part it plays in combating cancer. Her motto about the profession is, “How do you fight disease if you don’t document it?"

CHAMPS Oncology partners with cancer programs nationwide to transform quality cancer data into valuable information — information that can be used to achieve accreditation, strategic planning, community outreach and cancer care objectives. With 35 years in the industry, CHAMPS  provides clients with personalized and specialized compliance management services, including Commission on Cancer consulting; cancer registry management and operations; quality control; cancer information management; abstracting assistance; and workflow and productivity analysis. For more, visit