Last Modified: January 30, 2005
Conference Dates: March 5, 2005
Conference Location: San Francisco
Sponsoring Group: Northern California Cancer Center
Conference Web Page URL: www.nccc.org
Topics Covered: treatment, research, side effect management, disability and insurance benefits, pain management, reconstructive surgery, intimacy and sexuality, quality of life issues, family concerns
Conference Objectives: New & Practical Information About Living With A Diagnosis Of Breast Cancer treatment, research, side effect management, disability and insurance benefits, reconstructive surgery, intimacy and sexuality, quality of life issues
Who Should Attend: Patients and families; nurses and social workers
Conference Agenda: Morning: Current Events (treatment/research/side effect management); Communication Issues (doctors/patients/families). AFTERNOON (breakouts) Treatment/disease stage; quality of life issues; fertility options; insurance and disability issues; family issues (talking w/ children, single parenting, child custody), pain management.
Registration Information: acteva.com firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888-315-5988
Conference Fees: $25; Scholarships
Continuing Education: Yes
Feb 9, 2010 - Well below 1 percent of American women without a personal history of breast cancer have been taking tamoxifen to prevent breast cancer in the past decade, according to a report in the February issue of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention.
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