Duke Cancer Institute, in partnership with the Sarcoma Foundation of America, will host a patient education conference, What is Sarcoma?, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 9, at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
Patients, caregivers and survivors will have an opportunity to submit questions related to sarcoma research and care.
Topics will included the latest scientific breakthroughs in sarcoma research, clinical trials, medications and treatments and immunotherapy. Duke expert panelists include:
- Richard F. Riedel, MD, Moderator
- Nicole A. Larrier, MD, MS - Radiation Oncology
- Jennifer Hsing Choe, MD, PhD - Medical Oncology
- Ben Weast, LPC - Licensed Family Therapist
- William Eward, MD, DVM - Orthopaedic Cancer Surgeon
The conference will be held in Room 0916 (Duke South Amphitheatre) at the Duke Clinical Building. The Duke Clinical Building is located at 40 Duke Medicine Circle. The conference is free and includes lunch. Registration, which ends Sept. 9 at 2:59 p.m., is required. To register, visit Ask The Experts: What is Sarcoma?