KDMC to host 2014 Regional Cancer Conference
ASHLAND -- The 2014 Regional Cancer Conference, sponsored by King's Daughters Medical Center, is an all-day professional conference set to begin at 7:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 12, in the Health Education Center on King's Daughters main campus, 2201 Lexington Ave., Ashland.
Registration is $20 and includes conference materials, continuing education credits, continental breakfast and lunch. The program is approved by the Kentucky Board of Nursing for 8.4 contact hours and by the Kentucky Heart Foundation for 6.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.
The registration deadline is Monday, Sept. 8, and can be done online at kdmc.com/register.
Topics and speakers include the following:
It Takes More than a Pill ... to be Well, Charl Van Wyck, M.D., radiologist on staff at King's Daughters.
Chemo-Predictive Assay for Patients with Malignant Solid Tumors, Pier Paolo Claudio, M.D., associate professor of biochemistry and microbiology, Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
Chemotherapy in the Elderly, Eduardo Pike Siccion, M.D., assistant clinical professor, department of Medical Oncology, City of Hope, Duarte, Calif.
Varied Approaches to Multidisciplinary Management of Elderly State HER2-Positive Breast Cancer, Edward H. Romond, M.D., professor of medicine, University of Kentucky College of Medicine/Markey Cancer Center.
Nutritional Management of Side Effects in Cancer Treatment, Amy McFann, R.D., L.D., dietitian on staff at KDMC.
Cancer and Exercise, Ryan Ison, B.S., M.S., exercise physiologist, orthopaedics/neuromedicine service line director for KDMC.
Inherited Cancers, Shelly Rudnick, M.S., CGC, board-certified genetic counselor, GeneDx.
Insights into Febrile Neutropenia, Denise Holly, R.N., BSN, oncology clinical specialist with Amgen.
For more information about the Cancer Conference 2014, contact Crystal Sullivan of the Kentucky Heart Foundation at 606-408-1728 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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