Cancer Education

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Mar 28, 2019

Brain Tumor Patient and Family Education Symposium

By Megan Roessler M. Ed., @meganroessler

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The Mayo Clinic Cancer Education Program in collaboration with Brains Together For a Cure is offering a patient education symposium focusing on current topics surrounding brain cancer.  This education event is for patients, families, caregivers and the public.  Keynote speaker Dr. Terri Armstrong from National Institutes of Health will be joining us from Bethesda, MD.  She is a leading researcher on quality of life studies and symptom management for brain tumor patients.  She will be talking about taking control of your journey and being your own best advocate. Mayo Clinic physicians and staff will be presenting on a variety of topics including treatment options, rehabilitation, coping strategies and more. The event will be held at Assisi Heights Spirituality Center in Rochester, MN on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 8:15 a.m. - 3:15 p. m.  Click here for a more detailed schedule and registration information.

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