2nd Annual Colorectal Cancer Survivors Conference

Last Modified: January 6, 2002

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Date: April 19-22, 2002
Location: Newport Beach, California, USA

Symposium Web Page: www.colorectal-cancer.net

Sponsors: Colorectal Cancer Network

Who Should Attend: Colon and rectal cancer survivors, caregivers and advocates


  1. Meet and hear notable colon and rectal cancer experts, survivors, and advocacy leaders
  2. Obtain the most recent information on treatment, side-effect management and coping
  3. Connect with other patients and caregivers facing the same issues and needs
  4. Learn ways to convey to your community the important message that this cancer can be nearly curtailed through proper screening

Objectives: To learn about the latest therapies available for the treatment of Multiple Myeloma.

Registration Info: Check our website at www.colorectal-cancer.net

Fees: $200, includes all materials and meals. Financial assistance is available for those unable to afford.

Continuing Education: No

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