Renew, Relax, Rejoice

The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania
Last Modified: April 30, 2004

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Conference Dates: May 15, 2004
Conference Location: Bridge Level, Penn Tower Hotel, Philadelphia, PA


Sponsoring Group: The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania

Topics Covered: Complementary and Alternative Medical Topics

  • Acupuncture
  • Aromatherapy
  • Qi Gong
  • Tai Chi
  • Shiatsu
  • Myofascial release
  • Reiki
  • Yoga
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Program Objectives: Many cancer patients explore complementary and alternative medical (CAM) approaches as a means of enhancing their energy and sense of well-being. This conference will provide information and guidance to patients interested in CAM therapies.

Who Should Attend: Families and loved ones are welcome. However, the afternoon CAM treatment sessions will be reserved for cancer patients only.

Conference Brochure:
Brochure View the full conference brochure as a PDF. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader which is available free online.

Conference Agenda: 8:15 am to 4:00 pm

Registration Information: Registration deadline is May 7, 2004. Lunch must be reserved at the time of registration. Register by phone or for more information call 215-614-1818 or 1-800-789-PENN. Register by mail by sending the form to:
Renew, Relax, Rejoice
Abramson Cancer Center
1635 Penn Tower
3401 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104

You may also register on-line at using the below form.

Name:
Street Address:
City:
State: ZIP Code:
Country:
Email Address:
Daytime Telephone #:
Lunch must be reserved at the time of registration.
Yes, I would like to order a box lunch for $12 to be paid at the conference. I would like:
         Organic Chicken
         Vegetarian

No, I would not like to order lunch.


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