Live Online and Free: Blood Cancer Patient Education Forum

JanineT GRACE Community Outreach
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GRACE Community Outreach Team

Blood Cancer ONCTalk will be held Saturday, February 25, 2023.

 

This live, virtual, interactive patient education event includes presentations and panel discussions covering general subjects relevant to a diverse range of blood cancers and treatment options, as well as an opportunity to speak with the experts in a Q and A session. 

 

Follow the link above for info about the faculty, registration, and agenda.

 

 

 

 

This live, virtual, interactive patient education event includes presentations and panel discussions covering general subjects relevant to a diverse range of blood cancers and treatment options, as well as an opportunity to speak with the experts in a Q&A session. 

 

Speakers includes top medical professionals presenting  patient-focused discussions to educate the patient and caregiver communities to become advocates for their own health and well-being. 

I joined GRACE as a caregiver for my husband who had a Pancoast tumor, NSCLC stage III in 2009. He had curative chemo/rads then it was believed he had a recurrence in the spine/oligometastasis that was radiated. He's 10 years out from treatment.

JanineT GRACE …
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GRACE Community Outreach Team

The forum was a big success. If you weren't able to attend the live session we'll have an on-demand version available soon.
If you have questions that weren't addressed please ask on our site forum.

I joined GRACE as a caregiver for my husband who had a Pancoast tumor, NSCLC stage III in 2009. He had curative chemo/rads then it was believed he had a recurrence in the spine/oligometastasis that was radiated. He's 10 years out from treatment.

JanineT GRACE …
Posts: 606
GRACE Community Outreach Team

Hi Everyone, I'm glad you have found this thread and sorry that you need to be here. 

 

We've got the forum up for on-demand streaming. This full version will be broken down into specific topics soon.

 

If you still have questions (which we all always do) don't hesitate to ask them here or create a new thread. 

 

Take care,

Janine

 

 

I joined GRACE as a caregiver for my husband who had a Pancoast tumor, NSCLC stage III in 2009. He had curative chemo/rads then it was believed he had a recurrence in the spine/oligometastasis that was radiated. He's 10 years out from treatment.