Fall Symposium - Boston sponsored by Melanoma Foundation of New England.

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Hello All,

I've attended the past few symposiums presented by the MFNE and found them excellent resources. 

Jerry from Cape Cod.

An Evening with the Experts

A presentation of the latest in melanoma treatment and research

An opportunity for education, discussion & connection for patients,
survivors, families & friends

Tuesday, November 16, 6:30 – 9:00 pm

Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Jimmy Fund Auditorium
35 Binney Street, Boston, MA

Speakers:
F. Stephen Hodi, MD, Clinical Director, Melanoma Program, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Donald P. Lawrence, MD, Clinical Director, Center for Melanoma, Mass General Hospital
Anand Mohadevan, MD, Radiation Oncology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
 

    Dana Farber Cancer Institute
    Jimmy Fund Auditorium
    35 Binney Street, Boston, MA

RSVP:
Melanoma Foundation of New England at (978) 371-5613 or tsignet@mfne.org

Services:
Free Admission, Refreshments, Free Parking (in the Smith Building at 1 Jimmy Fund Way)

It's about kickin' Melanoma's butt! "Meh. Get on with it. Do not feed rabid monkeys. To fear is one thing. To let fear grab you by the tail and swing you around is another." in memory of NicOz

Jerry,

 

This sounds great.  I know so many people could benefit from this but are unable to attend in person.  Do you know if there is audio available after the event?

 

Stay Strong

King

Stage IV 7/05 Liver mets

Hi King.

The MFNE actually has online videos available of all seminars at www.mfne.org

 

Jerry

It's about kickin' Melanoma's butt!

"Meh. Get on with it. Do not feed rabid monkeys. To fear is one thing. To let fear grab you by the tail and swing you around is another." in memory of NicOz

Jerry,

 

That's fantastic!  Thank you so much.  It's going in my "favorites" right now.

 

Stay Strong
King

I hope to see many of you there next Tuesday!

Jerry from Cape Cod

It's about kickin' Melanoma's butt!

"Meh. Get on with it. Do not feed rabid monkeys. To fear is one thing. To let fear grab you by the tail and swing you around is another." in memory of NicOz

Would love to go Jerry but can only afford one trip from Montreal in a short time frame, sounds very interesting....attended a workshop this weekend in Plattsburgh. Lo and behold, one of the cancer survivors has a sister who has just had SNB and waiting for results.  She asked about my pin that you generously gave me, wanted to buy one for her sister...sob sob, I just had to give her mine...it was a tough decision but I feel good about it.  Val

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Nothing is worth more than this day!

pps... I also have my 4th treatment on that day and then 2 weeks later my scans...so my mind is all about stress although the workshop helped me.

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Nothing is worth more than this day!

Val,

Send me an email through the profile info.

Jerry from Cape Cod

It's about kickin' Melanoma's butt!

"Meh. Get on with it. Do not feed rabid monkeys. To fear is one thing. To let fear grab you by the tail and swing you around is another." in memory of NicOz

Hi Jerry, for some reason I can't see your e-mail under your profile...I can see some others but not yours...I usually use val_lowe2@hotmail.com   Val

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Nothing is worth more than this day!