Next Meeting: Thursday, February 16, 2017, 6:00 PM
This month we are still in Weill Cornell, Room A106.

FREE! No Registration or RSVP required. FREE!

Complementary Care for Prostate Cancer Fighters

Fran Conway, RN, RYT
Complementary Care Clinical Programs, New York-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medicine

Weill Medical College of Cornell University, Room A106
1300 York Avenue, New York.
Entrance North East corner of East 69th Street and York Avenue


Upcoming US TOO NY Programs

March 16, 2017, "Getting Your Life Back: Fixing the Side Effects of Prostate Cancer Treatment," Rajveer S. Purohit MD, MPH, Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology, Weill Cornell Medicine


Useful Information

Click HERE for links to other Prostate Cancer related web sites.

Click HERE for suggestions for the newly diagnosed.

Click HERE for a list of past UsTOO New York speakers.

Click HERE for speaker slides and other PCa-related documents.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NYU, and Malecare all hold regular group meetings for Prostate Cancer fighters as well. Check their websites for more information.


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After the presentation, we have a question and answer session, and provide an opportunity for patients to network with others who have had similar experiences. We welcome all, old friends as well as new, and especially spouses, significant others, and other family members.

 

Dr. Barbieri takes questions throughout his presentation on the genomics and prostate cancer.