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Dr. Paul Richardson at Ann's Place
Jun
23
7:00 PM19:00

Dr. Paul Richardson at Ann's Place

The Latest on Multiple Myeloma as a Paradigm for the Treatment of Blood Cancers

Ann's Place is excited to welcome Dr. Paul Richardson.  This presentation is open to patients, family members, physicians, and health care providers.  Register with Eventbrite below!

"The status quo is not enough for the treatment of multiple myeloma and other blood cancers"  - Dr. Paul Richardson Dana Farber Cancer Institute

Join us at Ann's Place for an informative presentation addressing the latest on multiple myeloma as a paradigm for the treatment of hematologic malignancies.

Dr. Paul Richardson is:

  • World renowned leader in research, drug development, and the treatment of Multiple Myeloma
  • Director of Clinical Research, Jerome Lipper Center for Multiple Myeloma at Dana Farber Cancer Institute. 

Public Registration Form:

If you are a client of Ann's Place please register through the client portal here.

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Mar
29
6:30 PM18:30

Latest Trends in the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer

Julianne Artman , MHA, RN, OCN, Danbury Hospital,  Laura Donnely , MSW, LCSW, Ann's Place,  Dr. Vincent Rella , Medical Oncologist, Danbury Hospital,  Dr. Daniel O'Brien , Gastroenterologist, Danbury Hospital,  Shannon Morrill-Cornelius , CGC, Genetics Counselor, Danbury Hospital,  Michael Deluca , Cancer Survivor.

Julianne Artman, MHA, RN, OCN, Danbury Hospital, Laura Donnely, MSW, LCSW, Ann's Place, Dr. Vincent Rella, Medical Oncologist, Danbury Hospital, Dr. Daniel O'Brien, Gastroenterologist, Danbury Hospital, Shannon Morrill-Cornelius, CGC, Genetics Counselor, Danbury Hospital, Michael Deluca, Cancer Survivor.

Ann’s Place held a presentation entitled “Latest Trends in the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer” on March 29th in honor of Colorectal Cancer Awareness month.  There were four experts with different backgrounds who came to speak about Colorectal cancer from different perspectives.  The panel included a Medical Oncologist, a Gastroenterologist, a Genetic counselor and a Colon Cancer survivor.  The topics covered were the importance of prevention and screening, the types of treatments available now, and what treatments we can hope to see in the future.  The Genetic counselor spoke about the role of genes in determining one’s risk for developing Colorectal cancer.  The Colon Cancer survivor shared his experience of diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.  This program was well attended and followed by a lively question and answer period.

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