Science Writers’ Seminar: Blood-borne Cancers
||National Cancer Institute (NCI)
Science Writers’ Seminar Series at Dana-Farber
Cancer Institute, Boston, Mass. Many exciting
advances have been made in treating a variety
of blood-borne cancers. Please join us for an
in-depth look at the latest scientific discoveries
about this research. The seminar will provide
perspective on timely issues such as the use of
stem cell transplantation to treat certain types
of cancer, the use of old therapies used in new
ways to cure multiple myeloma, and the risk of
a blood-borne cancer based on one’s family history.
A tour of the Dana-Farber research facilities
will be offered at the conclusion of the formal
presentations. This seminar also can be viewed
live or via an archived Web cast at http://videocast.nih.gov/.
|| Ken Anderson, M.D. (Dana-Farber) — Multiple
Robert Soiffer, M.D. (Dana-Farber) — Stem
Cells and Blood-Borne Cancers
Wyndham Wilson, M.D., Ph.D. (NCI) — Advances
in the Treatment of Aggressive Lymphomas
Multiple Myeloma patient (Dana-Farber affiliated) — The
Value of Enrolling in a Clinical Trial at Dana-Farber
|| Monday, June 20, 2005, from 11
a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Join us for talks that will begin
at 11 a.m., followed by a light lunch served at
noon. Additional talks and a Q&A session
will conclude at 1:30 p.m.
||Dana-Farber Cancer Institute For
directions to Dana-Farber, please go to http://www.dfci.harvard.edu/pat/visitors/driving/.
The seminar will be held on the Dana-Farber campus.
To register for the press briefing, please contact Dorie
Hightower or Ann Benner in the NCI Press Office at 301-496-6641
or at email@example.com.