A 6-Day Virtual Live Event

May 13-18, 2024

This VIRTUAL, 6 day live event is perfect for any woman diagnosed with cancer, or their loved ones. It's great for doctors who need a resource for their patients, and even for the doctors themselves. We plan to go over common terms and provide valuable resources for anyone on this journey.


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Agenda

(All times listed in EST)

 


Monday, May 13


8:00-8:05 PM: Introduction | Tiffany Troso-Sandoval, MD


8:05-8:45 PM | Oncology 101- Understanding The Basics Of Cancer Staging, Treatment Types And How To Organize Yourself! | Tiffany Troso-Sandoval, MD


8:45-9:30 PM | Radiation Therapy — What And Why? | Pinaki Dutta, MD


9:30-10:15 PM | Demystifying Oncology Clinical Trials | Douglas K Marks, MD

 



Tuesday, May 14


8:00-8:45 PM | How Do I Know If My Emotions Are Normal?' Advocating For Mental Health Support In Cancer Care | Renee Drolet, MD, MA

8:45-9:20 PM | Integrative Oncology: Navigating The Landscape Of Non-Conventional Care Towards Better Outcomes | Shelly Latte-Naor MD


9:20-10:00 PM | Palliative Care And How It Can Help Patients Journeying With Cancer | Pramita Kuruvilla, MD, FAAFP, HEC-C

 



Wednesday, May 15


8:00-8:45 PM | Cancer And Sexuality: Addressing The Impact Of Cancer On Intimacy And Sexual Health | Ann Sommer, PA-C


8:45-9:20 PM | Menopause And Breast Cancer | Corinne Menn, DO, FACOG, MSCP


9:20-10:00 PM | Living Through Cancer | Sonny Miles, MD, FACP


 


Thursday, May 16


8:00-8:40 PM | How to Ease Financial Toxicity in Cancer Care | Jodi Ciuk, Abbie Demirbulaki, Jodi Miller


8:40-9:20 PM | Cancer And The Workplace: Stopping The Stigma | Marva Bailer, MS

 



Friday, May 17


8:00-8:40 PM | Knowledge Is Power: Know Your Genes | Angela Arnold Ross, MS, LCGC


8:40-9:20 PM | When The Past Becomes Present: How To Identify And Manage The Triggers From Your Cancer Journey | Laurel Wiers, LMFT


9:20-10:00 PM | Lifestyle And Immune Cell Therapy For Cancer | Minako Abe, MD, BCEM, DipABLM

 



Saturday, May 18


10:00-10:50 AM | How Creative Expression And Art Promote Healing, Foster Hope, And Empower Patients" | Lorraine Allen, MPS Art Therapy


10:50-11:30 AM | The Importance Of Mental Healthcare For Women Struggling With A Cancer Diagnosis | Sonal Jagasia, MD MPH


11:30 AM-12:00 PM | Empowered: Building Strong SUPPORT Networks For Patients With Cancer | Tracy Norfleet, MD, MBA, DABOM, FACP


12:00-12:45 PM | Healthy Eating After Cancer: How To Nourish Your Body To Help You Thrive | Maria Cecilia Mosquera, MD MPH FAAP, Dipl ABOM, Dipl ABLM




Menopause And Breast Cancer


Corinne Menn, D.O., FACOG, MSCP lectures about managing menopause & Cancer: Hormonal and Sexual health After Breast Cancer.

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Lifestyle And Immune Cell Therapy For Cancer


Minako Abe, MD teaches us how to empower yourself with lifestyle measures to improve our immune system and heal from cancer.

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Palliative Care and How It Can Help Patients Journeying with Cancer


Pramita Kuruvilla, MD talks “palliative care”: from understanding how it can support patients with cancer to creating a trans-disciplinary team approach with focused expertise on it.

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Integrative Oncology: Navigating the Landscape of Non-Conventional Care Towards Better Outcomes


Shelly Latte-Naor MD helps us to define what integrative medicine is and how to identify guideline-supported indications for Integrative treatments.


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Healthy Eating after Cancer: How to Nourish Your Body to Help You Thrive

Maria Cecilia Mosquera, MD lectures on healthy eating after cancer – a talk and cooking demonstration on foods to help you thrive.

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Sonny Miles, MD, FACP lectures on the challenges – physical, emotional, and, spiritual – that people with cancer often experience and the importance of talking about what matters to patients. 

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Empowered: Building Strong SUPPORT Networks for Patients with Cancer


Tracy Norfleet, MD delves into equipping both healthcare providers and patients with tools to assemble a supportive team through the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. 

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Cancer and Sexuality: Addressing the Impact of Cancer on Intimacy and Sexual Health


Ann Sommer, PA-C invited you to learn, be enlightened and laugh at the facts we do not speak of: Sexuality, Women, Men, Uncomfortable Conversations. Leave with easy and exciting ways to remove discomfort.

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When The Past Becomes Present: How To Identify And Manage The Triggers From Your Cancer Journey



Laurel Wiers invites you to learn about the often over-complicated topic of triggers that are so often an accompaniment to the patient's cancer journey.

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How Creative Expression and Art Promote Healing, Foster Hope, and Empower Patients


Art therapist Lorraine Allen will teach how creative outlets including narrative writing, memoir, painting, doodling, drawing, and multimedia artwork can soothe and empower, fostering hope, calm and wellbeing.

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Radiation Therapy — What And Why?


Pinaki Dutta, MD explains exactly how modern radiation therapy uses high-energy targeted beams to destroy cancer cells while minimizing damage to healthy tissues (in order to lessen patient anxiety).

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Sonal Jagasia, MD MPH will lecture on the Intersection of Cancer and Mental Health, and everything in between.


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Genetic counselor Angela Arnold Ross dispels misconceptions surrounding inherited cancer risk. You will understand how genetic counselors empower patients with the knowledge to make informed decisions.


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Douglas K Marks, MD lectures on the importance of clinical trials in both early access to innovative therapies while also defining what will be the future standard of care. 

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Tiffany Troso-Sandoval, MD lectures on the basics of a cancer diagnosis, to help you develop CLARITY, CONFIDENCE and COMMUNITY.


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Renee Drolet, MD, MA lectures about the field of psycho-oncology, so patients can advocate for their mental health care needs that may arise at any part along their cancer journey. 


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Cancer And The Workplace: Stopping The Stigma


Marva Bailer, MS lectures on tools for going to work after a cancer diagnosis and how to build a more inclusive workplace.


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How To Ease Financial Toxicity In Cancer Care


Three representatives of Mayo Clinic will be splitting a lecture to reduce financial toxicity on cancer patients.


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New Financial Models For Lower Cost Oncology Care


George Mathew, MD, MBA will be discussing new financial models being investigated as a possible solution to high cost modern oncology care. 


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If you haven't yet tried out a SoMeDocs, now's your chance. Join this exclusive, 6-day event, and soak all of it up from the comfort of your own home. It's the easiest way to grow, without the nuisance of using time off, having to take flights, or paying for accommodations.