Durham, NC - October 05, 2017

(Co-hosted by Duke Cancer Institute)

Date: Thursday – October 5, 2017
Time:  4:30pm – 8:00pm EDT
Location:
Great Hall at
Trent Semans Center
Duke University Medical Center
8 Searle Center Drive
Durham, NC 27705

Free parking at PG1 (Trent Drive Garage)

Individuals can attend in-person or watch via live stream. Registration is below.

Presenters and Topics

TimeAgenda

4:30pm

Registration

5:00pm

Welcome
Samantha Guild
AIM at Melanoma

5:15pm

Prevention and early detection
Jennifer Powers, MD
Assistant Professor, Dept of Dermatology
Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa Health Care

5:30pm

Questions for the surgeon: when do you need a SLNB or node dissection?
Georgia Beasley, MD
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Dept of Surgery
Duke University School of Medicine

5:45pm

Side effects of immunotherapy
Brent Hanks, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Duke Cancer Institute

6:05pm

What does having a mutation mean? Side effects of targeted therapy
April Salama, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Duke Cancer Institute

6:25pm

Break

6:40pm

Coping with melanoma
Ben Weast MA, LPC, NCC
Family Therapist, Patient Support Program
Duke University Cancer Center

6:55pm

Financial toxicity
Yousuf Zafar, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Duke Cancer Institute

7:15pm

Patient panel

7:30pm

Panel Q & A

7:55pm

Closing

Other Information

Parking and bagels and coffee included.
If you have any questions, please email sguild@AIMatMelanoma.org.

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