Addressing Long-Term Side Effects After Treatment for Anal Cancer - Support Meeting
I work for the HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation (www.analcancerfoundation.org). On October 9th we have got an incredibly exciting event happeneing in New York City.
For the first time, a forum exclusively dedicated to anal cancer survivors will bring together a panel of experts to discuss long-term side effects and quality-of-life concerns after treatment. The Foundation is co-sponsoring this educational support meeting with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC).
The panel will focus on sexual function and management of side effects resulting from radiation therapy. We invite all anal cancer survivors and their families to this event. For a copy of the flyer, click Anal Cancer Survivors Forum. Please share information about this event with your family and friends.
Addressing Long-Term Side Effects After Treatment for Anal Cancer
Support Meeting for Anal Cancer Survivors
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
5:30 – 7:00 PM*
417 East 68th Street, Room ZRC-136
(between 1st & York Avenues), New York City
Leading the event will be Dr. Karyn A. Goodman, Associate Attending in the Radiation Oncology Department, and Dr. Jeanne Carter, Head of Female Sexual Medicine and Women’s Health programs, at MSKCC. The HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation’s Executive Director, Justine Almada, as well as three patients will also speak at the event.
There will be an opportunity for questions following the panel discussion. The event is open to all anal cancer patients and survivors.
MSKCC has requested that all guests register beforehand. Please RSVP to 646-888-4740 or e-mail [email protected].
We hope to see some of you there and if you have any questions in the mean time, please feel free to email us on [email protected]
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