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The Oncology Foundation of Maryland and the District of Columbia Presents: Critical Conversations. A learning series to bring together, in a non-competing forum, patients, patient advocates, doctors, and the research industry to provide education and information on available cancer resources at no cost.

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MARCH EVENT 

 

 

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MARCH IS
Colorectal Cancer
Awareness Month
American Cancer Society




Join us for this informative discussion on:
Colorectal Cancer: 
What Patients Need To Know

Told from a physician and patient perspective.


March 20, 2024
7:00-8:00 pm EST


REGISTER HERE!


OCTOBER EVENT 

 

 

FORUM #6

What Patients Should Know About Biomarkers and Why They Matter

Cesar Santa-Maria, M.D., MSCI
Assistant Professor of Oncology
Women’s Malignancies Program
Johns Hopkins Medicine


 

 

 

FORUM #5

 

 

Genetic Testing and Counseling

with Aimee Macagney, MS, CCm Maryland Oncology Hematology




 

 

 

FORUM #4

 

 

Caregiver Support

With Dr. Sherry Cormier

 

Dr. Cormier is a licensed psychologist, a certified bereavement trauma specialist, and the author of two psychology textbooks and a recent self-help book about loss and grief: "Sweet Sorrow: Finding Enduring Wholeness after Loss and Grief" which she wrote afterbeing a caregiver to her late husband who died from cancer. It is an honor for her to be a volunteer at the Annapolis Wellness House where she currently facilitates the Caregivers Support Group. More information about her can be found on her website at www.sherrycormierphd.com.




 

 

 




 

FORUM #3

 

 

Proton Therapy

With Dr. Kunaprayoon

 

Dr. Kunaprayoon is a board-certified radiation oncologist who specializes in proton therapy with several years of experience in the treatment of all cancer disease sites.




 

 

 

 

 

FORUM #2

 

 

Clinical Trials: Through the Patient’s Lens

With Dina George Lansey, MSN, RN

 

Assistant Professor of Oncology in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Assistant Director for Diversity and Inclusion in Clinical Research and Deputy Associate Director for Community Outreach and Engagement at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center








FORUM #1


Lung Cancer Screening - A Beginner's Guide

With Dr. Mark Goldstein

 

Dr. Goldstein's Slides

 

Click Here to view the Forum Brochure.