DUPLICATE SESSIONS; 1 HOUR LONG
AS A CHAMPION FOR LUNG CANCER PATIENTS, you are at the
In this webinar, attendees will learn from experts about blood-based testing and what this new
Katy A. Wong, PhD, Medical Science Liaison, Oncology
PhD, University of Illinois, Chicago, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Tufts Medical Center
Nancy B. Trainer, RN, BSN, MBA, Sr Medical Science Liaison, Oncology
BSN, Ursuline College, MBA, John Carroll University
Diagnosing and characterizing lung cancer
Treatment resistance and disease progression
Genetic mutation testing, including new blood-based testing
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November 10, 2016
It's Lung Cancer Awareness Month! I know it's not a well known event but I wanted to do my part to remind you that the simplest thing you can do to help is talk about it. Lung cancer has an unshakable stigma. We need to talk about it to change the general public's views of lung cancer and their lack of compassion. I wrote a rant about how invisible lung cancer is and how it's going to be near impossible to change perception of this disease, but there's too much negativity in this world as it is so, despite it being therapeutic for me to write the rant, I omitted it. Happy Lung Cancer Awareness Month! Go for a hike, go for a swim, talk incessantly, use those lungs and appreciate what you have :).
I hope this isn't too late but AstraZeneca wanted me to invite anyone interested in their webinar. It will happen on November 15 (tomorrow) at two different times. The information is below. My apologies if this reaches you too late.