Melanoma Information Sessions 2020

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2020 MELANOMA INFORMATION SESSIONS

The Melanoma Network of Canada’s Patient Information Sessions are a series of presentations by leading Canadian oncologists, dermatologists, surgeons, psychologists and more on the latest in melanoma treatment options and support services. These presentations offer patients, their families, friends, and health care providers not only with the most up to date information on the disease, but a chance to speak to doctors and experts, while connecting with peers. The Patient Information Sessions are free of charge and offered across Canada. Livestreaming of the presentations will be offered, where possible.

“I learned more at this meeting than I have in the last four years of treatment. Thank you for arranging this and giving us renewed hope.”

Frequent Topics

• Immunotherapy and targeted therapies
• Pipeline of treatment options
• Clinical trials
• Surgical and radiation treatments
• Support services for patients
• Anxiety with diagnosis and treatment
• Fear of recurrence

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A few hours of your time can make a big impact on your community. We are looking for volunteers to help with registration and set up for any of our Melanoma Patient Information Sessions. Contact Mary Zawadzki for more information: 1-877-560-8035 | mzawadzki@melanomanetwork.ca

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