MD Anderson Events
PIKNIC/CancerCare Annual Survivorship Series, Part 1 - Chemobrain: The impact of cancer treatments on memory, thinking and attention
Anderson Network's PIKNIC (Partners In Knowledge, News In Cancer) program is an informal educational forum that provides patients, caregivers, family members, volunteers, faculty and staff an opportunity to hear about those issues, needs and concerns relevant to the cancer experience.
The CancerCare’s Annual Cancer Survivorship Series: Living With, Through & Beyond Cancer is a four-part telephone education workshop program which offers cancer survivors, their families, friends and health care professionals practical information to help them cope with concerns and issues that arise after treatment ends.
Each forum will be telecasted to our Regional Care Centers in the Bay Area, Katy, Sugar Land and The Woodlands. See fliers for more information.
Date: 5/7/13, 11:30am to 1pm
Time: 5/7/13, 11:30am to 1pm
Location: Mays Clinic Telehealth Classroom, Floor 1, near Elevator S (ACB1.2345)
Directions: Classroom is located in the conference area behind elevator 'S'.
Format: Community Event
Speaker: Monica Loghin, M.D.
Speaker Bio: Assistant Professor, Neuro-Oncology
Sponsor: Volunteer Services/Anderson Network
Contact: Marisa Mir - (713) 745-9206 - firstname.lastname@example.org
May 7 Mays Clinic PIKNIC CancerCare Flier.pdf (PDF, 174 KB)
May 7 Bay Area PIKNIC CancerCare Flier.pdf (PDF, 172 KB)
May 7 Katy PIKNIC CancerCare Flier.pdf (PDF, 172 KB)
May 7 Sugar Land PIKNIC CancerCare Flier.pdf (PDF, 172 KB)
May 7 Woodlands PIKNIC CancerCare Flier.pdf (PDF, 172 KB)
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