The Gold Standard is a workplace- based program that focuses on lowering the risk of cancer.
The Life Sciences Consortium (LSC) brings together oncology companies to accelerate discovery and development of new therapies for all cancer patients. Visit Website
CEO Cancer Gold Standard™
The CEO Cancer Gold Standard™ is a workplace-based wellness accreditation program that provides a framework for employers to lower the risk of cancer, detect it early, and ensure access to high-quality care.
In order to become Gold Standard-accredited, employers must meet a series of requirements that are based on up-to-date scientific evidence. The requirements encompass providing coverage for certain benefits as well as fostering a culture of wellness whereby employees are encouraged to make healthy lifestyle choices.
The CEO Cancer Gold Standard™ focuses on five critical areas, known as the Five Pillars.
Pillar #1 Prevention
Pillar #2 Screening
Pillar #3 Cancer Clinical Trials
Pillar #4 Quality Treatment and Survivorship
Pillar #5 Health Education and Health Promotion
For each area of focus, or pillar, CEO Cancer Gold Standard organizations:
Please visit www.cancergoldstandard.com for much more information about the Gold Standard, including how to apply for accreditation.
Life Sciences Consortium
The Life Sciences Consortium (LSC) was formed in 2005 by the CEO Roundtable on Cancer as a means of bringing together leading oncology pharmaceutical/biotechnology companies to build collaboration in cancer drug development. The goal of these collaborations is a transformation in research and development that will effectively deliver new agents to prevent and treat cancer to people who need them and fulfill the promise of our emerging understanding of cancer biology. This collaboration focuses on exploring and solving issues common to all cancer companies engaged in drug discovery and development that cannot be solved by any company alone. Please visit www.ceo-lsc.org for much more information about the Life Sciences Consortium and its progress.