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Empowered patients who understand their diagnosis and treatment plans feel more in control of their situation and are able to make educated decisions about their care. There are many ways to help empower patients with information about laboratory and pathology results by getting involved with the ASCP Patient Champions Program.

Take a look at the options below, and if you have any additional ideas, please fill out the contact form below or email us at Champions@ascp.org. We look forward to working with you!


Patients are at the core of health care; without patients, there is no health care. Though it can be tough to receive a diagnosis, patients and their caregivers can take control of their treatment by understanding their diagnosis and care options. Patient Champions advocate for themselves and are sharing what they have learned to empower other patients, caregivers, and advocates.

If laboratory tests have helped you manage an illness or supported your recovery, we want to hear your story! By sharing your journey, you can help others as they navigate the often challenging road of diagnosis, management, and recovery. Please fill out the contact form here or email us at Champions@ascp.org.



If you are a healthcare professional and would like to get involved, please reach out to us. Healthcare professionals can provide assistance with educational content, participate on our Advisory Board, and take part in and other activities that make our program impactful.

Additionally, here are some areas in which we can use your help:

  • Distribute our patient educational materials. We are constantly working to create more materials and we would love help with distributing our current materials to patients. We can provide either an electronic file for you to print or hard copies of our materials.
  • Share our videos. You can follow us on Instagram and Facebook and like, share, and forward our posts and videos. If you have educational posts on your social media channels that you are willing to share with us, please let us know and we may repost them (and tag you, of course).


The Patient Champions program would not be possible without partner organizations.

Each of our partnerships is a collaborative effort and we encourage you to reach out to discuss options and ideas such as following:

  • Using our videos on your website, at conferences, and in presentations
  • Creating educational materials together
  • Writing articles, blogs, and conducting research
  • Hosting conferences together
  • Facilitating educational webinars, courses, and content
  • Sponsoring events.

If you’re interested in partnering with us to educate and empower patients, please fill out this form.


Our Champions have been diagnosed with a variety of illnesses: breast cancer, thyroid cancer, leukemia, Ewing sarcoma, aplastic anemia, hepatitis C, Crohn’s disease, Behçet's disease, and more. They have received multiple treatments and surgeries, including liver, kidney, and bone marrow transplants; chemotherapies; and medications.

Our Champions are passionate about sharing what they have learned on their journeys and about the laboratory with others. All Champions receive media training with detailed speaking points about the topic prior to an interview or presentation. Please email us to request a media kit.

Our Patient Champions can share their stories through a variety of mediums:

  • Speaking engagements
  • Radio/TV/Phone Interviews
  • Magazine and journal articles
  • Social media
  • Blog posts
  • Advisory boards

If you would like to contact an ASCP Patient Champion for an interview or speaking engagement, please fill out this form.

*All Champions receive media training with detailed speaking points about the topic prior to an interview or presentation. Please email us at Champions@ascp.org to request a media kit.



If you have questions about our program, our Champions, or how you can get involved or support our mission, please reach out to us through the contact form below or email us at Champions@ascp.org.