Join Patient Power via live stream for Myeloma Event on October 8th
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Patient Power is taking to the web on Sunday, October 8th with The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to host a live, virtual town meeting. Viewers tuning in to the live stream can expect to learn about today’s treatment options for myeloma and how to live life to the fullest with their condition from an expert panel; including Dr. Robert Orlowski and Advanced Practice Nurse, Tiffany Richards, from MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Dr. Noopur Raje from Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center. Jack Aiello, a patient advocate and 20-year myeloma survivor, will moderate the event.
Attendees can expect a thoughtful and informative discussion on lifestyle strategies for combatting side effects and the latest myeloma research news. Questions sent in advance through email to myelomapatientpower.info will also be incorporated into the conversation. This online event is free to attend.
Patients and care partners can register now (https://www.patientpower.info/event/myeloma-october-2017) to attend this free online event on Sunday, October 8th from 10:30 am to 1:15 pm CT. By registering, patients can watch via live stream from their computer.
Patients often wonder how to live their best life with myeloma, and researchers are constantly pushing forward to look for new insight into the disease. A past viewer who was both a medical specialist and patient said, “your presentation was both a trigger for discussion and my own journal searches. Both have enabled me to argue for treatments I might not have otherwise received.” You can feel informed and empowered too by registering here: https://www.patientpower.info/event/myeloma-october-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