2008 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference

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Hope, Innovation, Progress, Support:
The 2008 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference

June 28, 2008, Sheraton Cincinnati North Hotel

A free educational event for patients, caregivers & family members.

1. Brain Tumors: What are they and where do the come from?
—Tania Carreón-Valencia, MS, PhD

2. Overview of Brain Tumor Treatment: Surgery
—Christopher McPherson, MD

3. Overview of Brain Tumor Treatment: Radiation
—John Breneman, MD

4. Overview of Brain Tumor Treatment: Chemotherapy
—Margie Gerena Lewis, MD

5. Frontiers for the Future of Brain Tumor Treatment
—Ronald Warnick, MD

6. Managing Symptoms & Side Effects of Brain Tumors
—Tara Orgon Stamper, CNRN, ANP-BC

7. Five Points for the Journey
—Jennifer Fonseca & Harriet Patterson, MPH.

8. Psychological Effects of Brain Tumors on Patients & Caregiver
—Aileen Bankemper, PhD

9. Lessons on Life & Spirituality
—Kenneth Czillinger, MDiv

10. Life Comes at You Fast
—Sandy Hempel

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