CAP Foundation Connects Patients, Pathologists, and Care
The CAP Foundation champions patient-centered and humanitarian roles for pathologists, striving to connect people, especially those in need, to the specialized, life-saving skills of pathologists.
See, Test & Treat®
The See, Test & Treat program, a CAP Foundation humanitarian funding initiative, provides free cervical and breast cancer screenings to women in medically underserved communities. The unique aspect of the See, Test & Treat program is the partnership between CAP member pathologists who work with gynecologists, radiologists, and other clinicians to provide women with screening, results, and an initial follow-up care plan in one day and at no cost to those served.
Saturday, September 8, 5:30 PM
CAP Foundation President’s Circle Dinner: Sip, Taste & Eat for See, Test & Treat
(By invitation only)
The CAP Foundation cordially invites its President’s Circle members (annual donors of $1,000 or more) to enjoy an outstanding view, delicious dinner and the chance to mingle with friends and colleagues.
Sunday, September 9, 5:45 PM
Don’t Miss this Spotlight Event:
The Inaugural Presentation of The Herbek Humanitarian Award
The Gene and Jean Herbek Humanitarian Award draws its inspiration from Gene N. Herbek, MD, FCAP, and his wife, Jean, and their unwavering commitment to patient care and vision to establish the College’s See, Test, & Treat program. The College will bestow the inaugural Herbek Humanitarian Award at the CAP ’12 Spotlight Event to a CAP Fellow who provided outstanding direct patient services to women in underserved communities through the See, Test & Treat program.
Monday, September 10
ST105 CAP Foundation Keitges Program on Medical Ethics:
Genetic Testing in Late Onset Autosomal Dominant Disorders 2:00–4:00 pm