Member Benefits

Membership in the American Society of Clinical Oncology and Association for Clinical Oncology (collectively, ASCO) connects you to a multidisciplinary, global network of nearly 50,000 oncology professionals. We are committed to providing our members with the best possible member experience and ensuring that the entire cancer care team receives the resources needed to provide high-quality care and conduct practice-changing research. Our new membership structure provides more benefits to more members. 

Member Benefits

Premier Oncology Periodicals

Exclusive Access and Savings at ASCO Meetings

Career and Educational Development Resources**

Practice Improvement Tools

  • Become a recognized ASCO Certified practice: a continuous improvement program supporting your practice in delivering high-quality, patient-centered, value-based care
  • Evidence-based recommendation tools like ASCO Guidelines and ASCO's Coding and Reimbursement Service
  • Access to clinical trial resources to support physician investigators and research staff with conducting and managing clinical trials
  • Learn more about the ASCO Quality Training Program, Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®), and additional practice support tools and resources at qualityprograms.asco.org

Advocate Locally, Nationally, and Globally

  • Get the latest policy news and push for positive change through ASCO in Action and the ASCO ACT Network
  • Learn about the ASCO Association PAC, providing a collective voice on Capitol Hill (for U.S. domestic members only)
  • Make change in your state: find your local State Oncology Society and attend one of their upcoming events
  • Keep up on global cancer policy issues including those affecting clinical trials, health disparities and other global challenges 

Eligibility for ASCO Activities**

*International members will receive all Journals online only. Print available for an additional fee. US members will receive print and online.

**Criteria other than member status may apply just as career stage or job role. See individual program requirements.

Membership Fees

The American Society of Clinical Oncology and the Association for Clinical Oncology (collectively, ASCO) offers membership for all members of the cancer care team, with the same resources, products, and publications available to all.

Our new and improved online application will determine if you qualify for any discounts based on your career stage, job role, or country of practice.

Membership connects you to a global network of oncology professionals, provide savings and access to member benefits, and amplifies your oncology voice by providing policy and advocacy support. The unique knowledge and experience each of our members bring the highest quality resources in education, policy, the pioneering of clinical research, and above all, advancing the care for patients with cancer.

Please note that membership is not available to physicians or others who are employed or primarily consult in the fields of sales, marketing, financial planning and analysis, business development, or the media.

Member Primary Role Dues
Physician/Scientists /Researchers $695
Early Career & Retired  $348
Affiliated Health Professionals $174
Member in Upper Middle-Income Country* $104
Trainees/Emeritus/ Member in Low and Low-Middle Income Country* $0

World Bank List*
Retired/Emeritus Application

Dues paid to the Association will not be tax-deductible as charitable contributions, although they may be tax-deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses. A certain portion of dues paid to the Association will not be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses, as they will be allocated to lobbying activities. The Association estimates that this portion will be no more than 9% of each member’s dues for 2024. Please contact your tax advisor for additional information.

Random Quote

"I value the broad exposure ASCO affords my specialty throughout the oncology world. All of us have the opportunity to learn about the latest advances in our field and to broadly share our own research."
Clifford Hudis, MD, FASCO