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Meet September’s Registry Rock Star: Cassie
Cassie

Cancer Registry Fact: With cancer registries, doctors can tell cancer patients how long people with a certain type of cancer tend to live after diagnosis and if they may qualify for clinical trials.

Cassie has worked in healthcare for over 17 years but always had a special interest in oncology. She started working in the cancer registry profession six years ago. She was initially intrigued to learn about how many types of cancers existed in the world. She then decided to become a CTR to learn more about how cancer was treated and how she could play a valuable role in providing a cure one day.

Fun Facts About Cassie

  • Credentials: CTR
  • During her free time, Cassie loves spending time with her two daughters and two fur babies. She enjoys playing competitive board and card games on family nights and volunteering on Friday nights during high school football season. She also enjoys traveling as much as she can, tries to learn something new every day, and absolutely loves to bake and hopes to own a bakery one day.
  • Her hometown is Ukiah, California.
  • The number one item on her bucket list is to visit an elephant sanctuary to spend the day learning and playing with elephants, as well as feeding and bathing them.
  • Her favorite rock ‘n’ roll band is Def Leppard. 

As part of the CHAMPS Oncology team, Cassie believes better data saves lives™. Cancer has affected several members of her family, friends and the community she serves. She is proud to work every day in honor of her grandmothers and her second mom.

Registry Rock Star features a different CHAMPS Oncology employee every month. To learn more, follow #RegistryRockStar on social media. What’s your favorite part about working in the cancer registry?

Interested in joining our team of Registry Rock Stars? Learn about CHAMPS' cancer registry careers.

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