In addition to being trained as an auto claim law specialist, Daniel “Dan” Hohal of Wilkes-Bare, PA, is also licensed to handle workers’ compensation claims. Regarding his interests away from work, Daniel Hohal is devoted to helping charitable associations like the National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS).
The mission of the National Brain Tumor Society is to find new and better ways to treat and ultimately prevent the occurrence of brain tumors. One of their initiatives is called Clinical Trial Endpoints.
Its main goal is to show people the value of investing time and money into research trials for the betterment of patients with brain tumors. In order to do this, the Endpoints Steering Committee was created. Its job is to advise the current and future programs of Clinical Trial Endpoints.
By doing so, it can work with the NBTS as well as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to allow new and alternative treatments to be approved for further research and clinical trials. To disseminate this information, the NBTS and the CTE will hold workshops for the benefit of experts, philanthropists, and other organizations in order to show them their progress as well as the long-term goals they are working to achieve.