Advances for Caring for Patients with Cancer

Cayuga Medical Center’s First Annual Oncology Teaching Day will be held April 15, 2016 in the Bonnie Howell Education Center at CMC. It’s targeted to practicing and student nurses and has been approved for CME credits.

Topics include: The Evolution of Cancer Treatment; Advancing Secondary Prevention with Low Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening; Oral Chemotherapy and Chemotherapy Safety; Physical Activity for the Cancer Survivor; Management of Treatment Related Side Effects; and a panel discussion on Survivorship.

You can register online at cayugamed.org or complete the form on this brochure:

CMC Oncology Teaching Day

For more information, contact Deborah Danko, RN, OCN at ddanko@cayugamed.org or (607)252-3937.

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