Free virtual symposium for people with melanoma offers updates on advances in care

Join Providence Cancer Institute of Oregon and AIM at Melanoma Foundation on Oct. 7, for “Living with Melanoma Symposium: A Path to New Treatments.” This is a FREE live virtual patient education event for people with melanoma, plus their family and friends.   

Talks include: 

  • "Basics of Clinical Trials,” presented by Chris Fountain, RN, Clinician-Research, Providence Cancer Institute 

  • “Case Studies Illustrating Recent Advances in Medical Care,” presented by Brendan D. Curti, M.D., Medical Oncologist, Medical Director, Providence Melanoma Program, Providence Cancer Institute 

  • “New Treatments Under Development in Melanoma,” presented by Matthew H. Taylor, M.D., Medical Oncologist, Co-Medical Director, Providence Melanoma Program, Providence Cancer Institute  

  • “Communication with Family & Friends,” presented by Dawn Brucker, LCSW, OSW-C, Oncology Social Worker, Providence Cancer Institute 

There will be time for discussion and questions after the presentations.  

Register online: aimatmelanoma.org 

Living with Melanoma Symposium: A Path to New Treatments 

Friday, Oct. 7, 2022 
10:00 a.m. – Noon 

aimatmelanoma.org 

This event is hosted by Providence Cancer Institute and AIM at Melanoma Foundation. 

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