FREE LECTURE AT WINTHROP: “LEUKEMIA, MYELOMA & LYMPHOMA: NEW TESTS, NEW DRUGS, NEW HOPE”
Mineola, NY – Winthrop-University Hospital’s Advances in Cancer Care educational series will offer a free program, “Leukemia, Myeloma & Lymphoma: New Tests, New Drugs, New Hope,” on Tuesday, October 21, 2008. It will be held at Winthrop’s Community Outreach Center, 101 Mineola Boulevard at the corner of Second Street in Mineola.
The approach to the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic leukemias, as well as multiple myeloma, is changing, based on the results of extensive, ongoing research. Harry Staszewski, MD, Chief of the Division of Oncology/Hematology at Winthrop, will update you on the latest information and explain the research that has resulted in the newest approaches. A question and answer period will follow the lecture.
Parking and the entrance are at the rear of the building. Admission is free, but seating is limited and reservations are required. Please call (516) 663-9370 to reserve your space.
The Advances in Cancer Care series is a free community health education program presented by the Institute for Cancer Care at Winthrop. For information on other educational programs offered at Winthrop, please call the Welcome Center at 1-866-WINTHROP.# # #