Join Patient Power in Little Rock for Myeloma Event
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For the second year in a row, Patient Power is proud to partner with the Myeloma Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) for a multiple myeloma town meeting on Saturday, September 9, 2017 in Little Rock, Arkansas. All aspects of myeloma will be covered in an easy-to-follow “talk-show style” format during this free event. UAMS experts Drs. Gareth Morgan, Dr. Faith Davies and guest expert, Dr. Guido Tricot, will speak about the significance of genetic profiling, imaging and how to get involved with developing research. The event is free for patients and caregivers to attend. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet and connect with others living with myeloma over complimentary breakfast and coffee.
Register now (https://patientpower.info/event/myeloma-arkansas-2017) to attend this free event on Saturday, September 9th from 9:00 am to 12:45 pm CT at UAMS Myeloma Institute (501 Jack Stephens Drive, Little Rock, AR 72205). Parking and refreshments are complimentary for attendees. If unable to attend in-person, patients and care partners can still register (https://patientpower.info/event/myeloma-arkansas-2017) to watch online via live stream from their computer and get access to the replay.
Multiple myeloma patients and their loved ones need to be informed of the latest treatment and research news and what it means for them, particularly genetic testing and imaging. One past town meeting attendee said, “I have such a better understanding of my myeloma since being here. I now feel confident and informed as I go back home and continue to my life.” You can feel this way too by registering here: https://patientpower.info/event/myeloma-arkansas-2017
ABOUT PATIENT POWER
Patient Power® is a service of Patient Power, LLC led by founders Andrew and Esther Schorr, supported by team members around the world. They are committed to helping each person they touch approach their illness in a way that gives them the best chance of good health: getting smart about their diagnosis, seeking out the best healthcare providers, getting second and even third opinions on what approach to take – including, if appropriate, participating in a clinical trial, and drawing on others for support. https://www.patientpower.info/about
Contact: Theresa Clementi