The topic of cancer can feel overwhelming to anyone affected by it. It’s important to get helpful information from a reliable source about cancer, its treatment, and how to cope.
Our educational forums cover a range of cancer-related topics, including understanding cancer, preventing cancer, living with cancer, and life after treatment. Some of our programs are tailored to patients and caregivers, and others are geared toward members of the general public who have not yet been affected by cancer.
These events at NYU Langone’s Perlmutter Cancer Center provide valuable information about steps you can take to reduce the risk of cancer and how to recognize cancer signs and symptoms.
For more information about upcoming events, call 212-263-2266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our cancer education series offers lectures, panel discussions, and presentations by cancer specialists, healthcare professionals, and survivors, who share the newest information on diagnosis, treatment options, research, and resources.
Our survivorship learning series focuses on the unique issues related to living with cancer and life after treatment.
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Register for Our Upcoming Educational Events
We maintain a robust schedule of cancer educational events for patients and the general public. These events are free, but registration is required. For more information about upcoming events, call us at 212-263-2266, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or register online.
Watch Our Previous Lectures
If you missed one of our cancer educational events, you can view previous lectures on our YouTube channel.
The Faces of Cancer
Join us to celebrate life after a cancer diagnosis. A panel of cancer survivors representing a range of ages and diagnoses tell their stories and share their experiences. This special event also touches on the unique needs and issues of survivors. Surgical oncologist Deborah M. Axelrod, MD, and medical oncologist Marleen I. Meyers, MD, moderate the event.
Updates from the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2019 Meeting
This annual symposium presents a balance of clinical, translational, and basic research, providing a forum for interaction, communication, and education for a broad spectrum of researchers, health professionals, and those with a special interest in cancer. Join medical oncologists Francisco J. Esteva, MD, PhD, and Michael Grossbard, MD, for a discussion of the latest findings presented at this symposium, including prevention strategies, diagnosis, treatment, research, and survivorship.
Cancer and Survivorship Care Guidelines
Cancer survivorship covers physical, psychosocial, and economic issues of cancer, beyond the diagnosis and treatment phases. Family members, friends, and caregivers are also considered part of the survivorship experience. In this lecture, medical oncologist Marleen I. Meyers, MD, discusses issues related to the ability to get healthcare and follow-up treatment, late effects of cancer treatment, second cancers, and quality of life. She also discusses the Survivorship Care Plan.
Lunch is provided after the program. This program is presented in collaboration with NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull.
Date: Thursday, June 20, 2019
Location: NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull 760 Broadway, 10th Floor Solarium, Brooklyn, NY
Registration: To reserve your seat, please call 718-963-5771 or register online.
Men’s Health Seminar
In this seminar, physicians educate, inspire, and engage attendees on topics related to prostate health, prostate-specific antigen (PSA), low testosterone, and erectile dysfunction. Also on the program this year, new treatment options for benign prostatic hyperplasia, urinary issues, brain health, heart health, weight loss, type 2 diabetes prevention, and much more. Speakers include urologist Aaron E. Katz, MD, and renown functional medicine physician Frank Lipman, MD.
For more information, call 516-663-2316.
Date: Saturday, June 22, 2019
Location: 101 Mineola Boulevard, Treiber Family Conference Center, Room G-018
Registration: To reserve your seat, please register online.
How to Thrive After Prostate Cancer
Some prostate cancer treatment side effects, such as fatigue, neuropathy, and decreased stamina, may linger after treatment has finished. Join this interactive session with rehabilitation specialist Jonas M. Sokolof, DO, to learn about oncology rehabilitation, which offers a wide range of therapies designed to help you rebuild strength and endurance, regain independence, reduce stress, and continue to participate in the daily activities that are important to you.