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2023 Regional Meetings

Join us for THREE Regional Meetings - new in 2023!

CAR-T in the VA: March 25th


This meeting is intended to help attendees:

  1. Describe the role of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapies currently FDA-approved for the treatment of lymphoma and myeloma, including existing evidence for use and pharmacology.
  2. Delineate the process in referring and conducting initial evaluation of potential patients for CAR-T cell therapy within the VA system.
  3. Describe the acute care of CAR-T cell therapy before, during, and after cell infusion - including grading and treatment of cytokine release syndrome (CRS) and immune effector cell-associated neurotoxicity syndrome (ICANS).
  4. Describe the process for assessing disease response to CAR-T cell therapy and long-term patient follow up.

Updates in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Treatment: May 6th

This meeting is intended to help attendees:

  1. Describe how to apply new studies to guide neoadjuvant or adjuvant treatment of patients with non-small lung cancer;
  2. Explain how to choose the proper treatment for patients with unresectable and locally advanced non-small cell lung cancer;
  3. Identify the appropriate treatment for advanced non-small cell lung cancer; and
  4. Apply principles of optimal tele-oncology practices for patients with non-small cell lung cancer

Omni Severin Hotel
40 W Jackson Pl | Indianapolis, IN 46225
Fisher Ballroom

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Breast & GYN Cancer: Multidisciplinary Discussions on Veteran Survivorship: July 29

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The Westshore Grand
4860 West Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, FL 33609
MEETING ROOM: Bayshore Ballroom (Lobby Level)
SCHEDULE: Starts at 10:00 am and end at 4:00 pm.

ROOM RESERVATION: Please click here to book your room.


Understand the specific survivorship issues for women after breast/gynecologic cancer treatment with topics including:

  1. Identification of sexual dysfunction and how to manage.
  2. Promoting endocrine therapy adherence to improve breast cancer survival.
  3. Managing bone health specifically during/after breast cancer treatment.
  4. Lymphedema identification and management
  5. Cancer care navigation-from previvorship and beyond.

CE ACCREDITATION: This course is eligible for 4 CE credits.