Join Patient Power via live stream for lung cancer event. Moderated by Andrew Schorr, Patient Power co-founder and two-time cancer survivor, the webinar will cover evidence-based treatment management tools and resources that experts use to help lung cancer patients stay strong.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SEATTLE, WA- Patient Power, a leading cancer education resource, will host a live, complimentary educational webinar for lung cancer patients and their families titled, “How Do I Stay Strong During Lung Cancer Treatment?” on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at Noon Pacific (2:00 pm Central; 3:00pm Eastern) This Patient Empowerment Network webinar will offer expert advice from Dr. Christine Lovly, a physician-scientist at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, and Dr. Ishwaria Subbiah, Palliative Care and Integrative Medicine Specialist at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Moderated by Andrew Schorr, Patient Power co-founder and two-time cancer survivor, the webinar will cover evidence-based treatment management tools and resources that experts use to help lung cancer patients stay strong. Live attendees will also have the opportunity to get their questions answered by the panel. Questions can be sent in advance to lungpatientpower.info.
This informative webinar will specifically cover:
• Symptoms and side effects of lung cancer treatment
• Goals of supportive care therapy
• Strategies for staying healthy during treatment
• Getting the support cancer patients really need
For more information and to register for the webinar, visit https://patientpower.info/lifewithlung2.
By registering, patients can watch via live stream from their computer. The event will also be recorded and available for on-demand viewing shortly afterwards at http://www.patientpower.info.
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
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