December 31, 2015

Lectures and Seminars

Cancer Education Lectures and Seminars

Since 2003, Cancer Pathways has offered cancer education lectures, at no cost to participants, around the Puget Sound. The topics are cancer-related and have included lectures on specific cancer diagnoses, psycho-social and emotional issues, family-related concerns, integrative medicine, cancer prevention, death and dying, and some of the practical aspects having to do with cancer such as finances, wills, and resources. Our goal is to provide information that empowers people to make informed decisions that directly affect the quality of their lives. 

Upcoming Lectures:

Update from ASCO: Breast Cancer Research and Treatment

Thursday, June 14th. 7:00-8:30pm

ASCO Breast Cancer Lecture with Julie GralowJulie Gralow, MD, returns from the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) to share a synopsis - for patients and caregivers - of up-to-the-minute research findings in breast cancer research, prevention, detection and treatment.

Dr. Gralow is the Director of Breast Medical Oncology at the UW/SCCA and Professor of Medical Oncology at the University of Washington School of Medicine and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.  Dr. Gralow serves as Associate Program head for the UW/FHCRC Consortium Breast Cancer Program.  She is co-author of the book Breast Fitness: An Optimal Exercise and Health Plan for Reducing Your Risk of Breast Cancer and is Medical Director, Team Physician, and co-founder of Team Survivor Northwest, an exercise and fitness program for women cancer survivors.

 

 

 

 


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Innovations in Prostate Cancer Therapy

Thursday, September 27th. 7:00-8:30pm

John Corman - Prostate Cancer LectureJohn Corman, MD, will review and discuss innovations in prostate cancer treatment and their potential impact on the growth and treatment of prostate cancer.  He will also be available to answer questions regarding the diagnosis, treatment, and management of prostate cancer.

John Corman, MD, is the Medical Director of the Virginia Mason Medical Center Cancer Institute.  He received his MD from the Baylor College of Medicine.  Dr. Corman's expertise lies in Clinical Research, Surgery, Urology, Kidney and Prostate cancers including robotic prostatectomy, nerve-sparing techniques, and interstitial seed implantation.  He is Certified by the American Board of Urology.  Dr. Corman has been voted one of Seattle's Top Doctors by both the Seattle Met and Seattle magazines.

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